China's Great Economic Transformation
Loren Brandt, Thomas G. Rawski
Cambridge University Press, 2008 M04 14 - 928 páginas
This landmark study provides an integrated analysis of China's unexpected economic boom of the past three decades. The authors combine deep China expertise with broad disciplinary knowledge to explain China's remarkable combination of high-speed growth and deeply flawed institutions. Their work exposes the mechanisms underpinning the origin and expansion of China's great boom. Penetrating studies track the rise of Chinese capabilities in manufacturing and in research and development. The editors probe both achievements and weaknesses across many sectors, including China's fiscal, legal, and financial institutions. The book shows how an intricate minuet combining China's political system with sectorial development, globalization, resource transfers across geographic and economic space, and partial system reform delivered an astonishing and unprecedented growth spurt.
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Table 76 Educational attainment of the population ages 2534 by
Table 111 A Timeline of legal developments 19782004
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Figure 153 Examples of industry characteristics
Table 154 Chinas 1995 output and exports of textiles and
Figure 179 State share GFCF 19781994 vs size of the
Table 1912 Countylevel cities and access to provincial capitals
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Página 353 - Chinese economists: Many basic components of a "pure" market economy are still in their incipient stage in China, although market-oriented reform started two decades ago. Government-guided investment mechanisms, a State-controlled banking system and dominant State-owned enterprises . . . still run in a framework molded primarily on the previous planned economy.