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Globalisation and economic growth in China [electronic resource] / edited by Yang Yao, Linda Yueh.

Author/Creator:
LSE-PKU Conference Corporate Author
Publication:
Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific, c2006.
Format/Description:
Conference/Event
Book
1 online resource (299 p.)
Conference Name:
LSE-PKU Conference (1st : 2005 : Beijing, China)
LSE-PKU Conference
Series:
Series on economic development and growth ; v. 1.
Series on economic development and growth, 1793-3668 ; v. 1
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Subjects:
Globalization -- China -- Congresses.
China -- Economic conditions -- 2000 -- -Congresses.
China -- Economic policy -- Congresses.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
In the 26 years since market-oriented reforms were introduced, China has emerged onto the world stage as a major economic presence, particularly since her accession to the World Trade Organisation in 2001. This book is a collection of papers on the effects of globalisation on China's growth prospects and of China's growth on the wider economy. The issues explored include the sustainability of China's continuing economic reform and the necessary reforms to sustain that growth; the considerable effects of her integration into the global economy and its implications for the conduct of Chinese
Contents:
CONTENTS; Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction; Part I: Growth and Internal Reforms; 2. Is China's Growth Real and Sustainable?; 3. Market Instability and Economic Complexity: Theoretical Lessons from Transition Experiments; 4. The Impact of Privatisation on Firm Performance in China; Part II: External Reforms and Impact; 5. Putting the Cart before the Horse? Capital Account Liberalisation and Exchange Rate Flexibility in China; 6. China's Competitiveness Intra-Industry and Intra-Regional Trade in Asia; 7. The Economic Impact of Globalisation in Asia-Pacific: The Case of the Flying Geese Model
8. China's Trade Policies in Wider Asian Perspective 9. After the CMI: The Future of Asian Monetary Cooperation and China's Role; Part III: Conclusions and Implications; 10. China's Economic Reforms in the Globalisation Era; Index
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Yao, Yang.
Yueh, Linda Y. (Linda Yi-Chuang)
ISBN:
1-281-92463-6
9786611924638
981-277-323-1
OCLC:
879023725