After the 1978 Economic Reform, China's economic development has been on a fast track ever since. Later on, the successful accession into the WTO in 2001 accelerated China's economic transformation and made it more integrated with the world. Today, as the second-largest economy in the world, China has earned herself a leading role on the world stage beyond dispute. This book provides readers with answers to why and how China functions as a leader in the world economy.This book surveys China's economy in four parts - economic institutions, economic problems, economic policies and economic analyses. It is based on the author's latest findings from his scholarly research on China's economy, his involvement with China's economic reform and development, and his personal contacts with Chinese academics, entrepreneurs, government officials and ordinary citizens for over thirty years. The book is written in a style accessible to the general readers, since most chapters are based on articles published in three major Chinese newspapers, of which the author is a columnist. It can also serve as a reference book for professionals, an authoritative guide for general readers and a supplementary text for university students. The author uses it as a supplementary text for his course on the Chinese economy at Princeton University.
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd
Number of pages: 232
Weight: 454 g
Dimensions: 226 x 157 x 20 mm
In 31 clearly written and concise chapters, Chow covers a broad array of topics ranging from how to stop inflation to how to improve university education. As a master craftsman and long-time student of the Chinese economy, no one is better equipped to increase our understanding of China's economic development and the future of China in the global economy. -- James A Dorn "Cato Institute, Washington, DC"
This is a book by a senior Western-trained economist who has been an insider to the extraordinary changes in China over the past 30 years, and it is both authoritative and well-argued. -- Sunday Morning Post "Sunday Morning Post"