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How the Chinese economy works, Rongxing Guo

Label
How the Chinese economy works
Title
How the Chinese economy works
Statement of responsibility
Rongxing Guo
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Guo, Rongxing
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • China
  • China
  • China
  • China
  • China
Label
How the Chinese economy works, Rongxing Guo
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Previous ed.: 2007
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 332-360) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • PART I: A BRIEF
  • HISTORY OF CHINA * The Origins of the Nation * Rise and Fall of the Empire * China in the New Millennium * Summary * Case study: Why Yellow river is important * PART II: SPATIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS * Administrative Divisions * Great Regions * Geographical Belts * Southern and Northern Parts * Ethno-Culture Areas * Summary * Case study: Who owns Lake Weishan? * PART III: HUMAN AND CULTURAL CONTEXTS * Human and Cultural Contexts * Population * Labour Force * Education * Cultural Context * Summary * Case study: Age, gender, education and earnings * PART IV: POLITICAL ECONOMIC SYSTEMS IN TRANSITION * Plan and Market * Employment * Production and Ownership * Public Finance * Banking * External Relations * Summary * Case study: System dynamics a feedback model * PART V: UNDERSTANDING CHINESE ECONOMIC REFORM * Understanding Chinese Economic Reform * A Brief Narrative * Interest Groups and Stakeholders * Radical Reform, the (Un)successful Cases *Gradual/Partial Reform, the (Un)successful Cases * Whither Chinese-style Reform? * Summary * Case study: Games between radicals and conservatives * PART VI: ECONOMIC GROWTH AND INCOME DISTRIBUTION * Chinas Growth Performance * Measuring Income Inequality * Inequality: Causes and Consequences * Poverty and Social Security * Summary * Case study: A tale of two companies in transitions * PART VII: A MULTIREGIONAL ECONOMIC COMPARISON * About Statistical Data * Macroeconomic Performance * Real Living Standards * Regional Economic Disparity * Summary * Case study: Similar initial conditions, varied results * PART VIII: SPATIAL ECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY * Spatial Economics and Development Strategy * Comparative Advantage Index * Spatial Economic Separation * Chinas Search for Spatial Integration * Regional Development Strategy * Summary * Case study: Fighting for rainfalls? * PART IX: INDUSTRIALIZATION AND TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESS * Chinas Efforts on Industrialization * Post-Reform Industrialization * A Comparative Analysis * Technological Progress * Summary * Case study: Technological and economic leapfrogging * PART X: THE QUEST FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT * Background * Natural Resources * Energy Production and Consumption * Environmental Situation * Chinese Environmental Policy * Summary * Case study: Should Chinese legislations be revised? * PART XI: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC INFLUENCES * International Economic Influences * Historical Review * Foreign Direct Investment * Foreign Trade * A Quantitative Analysis * Summary * Case study: Cultural influences on foreign trade * PART XII: THE GREATER CHINA AREA: RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT * Historical Evolution * Social and Economic Differences * Complementary Conditions * Cross-Straits Economic Relations * Future Perspective * Case study: Overseas Chinese economics * Appendices * Basic Conditions of the Ethnic Minorities * A List of Major Reforms from 1978 to 2008 * Bibliography List of Boxes * List of Figures * List of Tables * List of Abbreviations * Foreword * Preface * Key Terms * Map * PART I: A BRIEF HISTORY OF CHINA * The Origins of the Nation * Rise and Fall of the Empire * China in the New Millennium * Summary * Case study: Why Yellow river is important * PART II: SPATIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS * Administrative Divisions * Great Regions * Geographical Belts * Southern and Northern Parts * Ethno-Culture Areas * Summary * Case study: Who owns Lake Weishan? * PART III: HUMAN AND CULTURAL CONTEXTS * Human and Cultural Contexts * Population * Labour Force * Education * Cultural Context * Summary * Case study: Age, gender, education and earnings * PART IV: POLITICAL ECONOMIC SYSTEMS IN TRANSITION * Plan and Market * Employment * Production and Ownership * Public Finance * Banking * External Relations * Summary * Case study: System dynamics a feedback model * PART V: UNDERSTANDING CHINESE ECONOMIC REFORM * Understanding Chinese Economic Reform * A Brief Narrative * Interest Groups and Stakeholders * Radical Reform, the (Un)successful Cases *Gradual/Partial Reform, the (Un)successful Cases * Whither Chinese-style Reform? * Summary * Case study: Games between radicals and conservatives * PART VI: ECONOMIC GROWTH AND INCOME DISTRIBUTION * Chinas Growth Performance * Measuring Income Inequality * Inequality: Causes and Consequences * Poverty and Social Security * Summary * Case study: A tale of two companies in transitions * PART VII: A MULTIREGIONAL ECONOMIC COMPARISON * About Statistical Data * Macroeconomic Performance * Real Living Standards * Regional Economic Disparity * Summary * Case study: Similar initial conditions, varied results * PART VIII: SPATIAL ECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY * Spatial Economics and Development Strategy * Comparative Advantage Index * Spatial Economic Separation * Chinas Search for Spatial Integration * Regional Development Strategy * Summary * Case study: Fighting for rainfalls? * PART IX: INDUSTRIALIZATION AND TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESS * Chinas Efforts on Industrialization * Post-Reform Industrialization * A Comparative Analysis * Technological Progress * Summary * Case study: Technological and economic leapfrogging * PART X: THE QUEST FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT * Background * Natural Resources * Energy Production and Consumption * Environmental Situation * Chinese Environmental Policy * Summary * Case study: Should Chinese legislations be revised? * PART XI: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC INFLUENCES * International Economic Influences * Historical Review * Foreign Direct Investment * Foreign Trade * A Quantitative Analysis * Summary * Case study: Cultural influences on foreign trade * PART XII: THE GREATER CHINA AREA: RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT * Historical Evolution * Social and Economic Differences * Complementary Conditions * Cross-Straits Economic Relations * Future Perspective * Case study: Overseas Chinese economics * Appendices * Basic Conditions of the Ethnic Minorities * A List of Major Reforms from 1978 to 2008 * Bibliography
Control code
FIEb16183770
Edition
Third revised edition.
Extent
xxviii, 380 pages
Isbn
9780230581005
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations 23 cm.
System control number
  • (Uk)015169845
  • (StEdALDL)1/2112612
  • UkOxUb17080893
  • (OCoLC)317926577
Label
How the Chinese economy works, Rongxing Guo
Publication
Note
Previous ed.: 2007
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 332-360) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • PART I: A BRIEF
  • HISTORY OF CHINA * The Origins of the Nation * Rise and Fall of the Empire * China in the New Millennium * Summary * Case study: Why Yellow river is important * PART II: SPATIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS * Administrative Divisions * Great Regions * Geographical Belts * Southern and Northern Parts * Ethno-Culture Areas * Summary * Case study: Who owns Lake Weishan? * PART III: HUMAN AND CULTURAL CONTEXTS * Human and Cultural Contexts * Population * Labour Force * Education * Cultural Context * Summary * Case study: Age, gender, education and earnings * PART IV: POLITICAL ECONOMIC SYSTEMS IN TRANSITION * Plan and Market * Employment * Production and Ownership * Public Finance * Banking * External Relations * Summary * Case study: System dynamics a feedback model * PART V: UNDERSTANDING CHINESE ECONOMIC REFORM * Understanding Chinese Economic Reform * A Brief Narrative * Interest Groups and Stakeholders * Radical Reform, the (Un)successful Cases *Gradual/Partial Reform, the (Un)successful Cases * Whither Chinese-style Reform? * Summary * Case study: Games between radicals and conservatives * PART VI: ECONOMIC GROWTH AND INCOME DISTRIBUTION * Chinas Growth Performance * Measuring Income Inequality * Inequality: Causes and Consequences * Poverty and Social Security * Summary * Case study: A tale of two companies in transitions * PART VII: A MULTIREGIONAL ECONOMIC COMPARISON * About Statistical Data * Macroeconomic Performance * Real Living Standards * Regional Economic Disparity * Summary * Case study: Similar initial conditions, varied results * PART VIII: SPATIAL ECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY * Spatial Economics and Development Strategy * Comparative Advantage Index * Spatial Economic Separation * Chinas Search for Spatial Integration * Regional Development Strategy * Summary * Case study: Fighting for rainfalls? * PART IX: INDUSTRIALIZATION AND TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESS * Chinas Efforts on Industrialization * Post-Reform Industrialization * A Comparative Analysis * Technological Progress * Summary * Case study: Technological and economic leapfrogging * PART X: THE QUEST FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT * Background * Natural Resources * Energy Production and Consumption * Environmental Situation * Chinese Environmental Policy * Summary * Case study: Should Chinese legislations be revised? * PART XI: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC INFLUENCES * International Economic Influences * Historical Review * Foreign Direct Investment * Foreign Trade * A Quantitative Analysis * Summary * Case study: Cultural influences on foreign trade * PART XII: THE GREATER CHINA AREA: RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT * Historical Evolution * Social and Economic Differences * Complementary Conditions * Cross-Straits Economic Relations * Future Perspective * Case study: Overseas Chinese economics * Appendices * Basic Conditions of the Ethnic Minorities * A List of Major Reforms from 1978 to 2008 * Bibliography List of Boxes * List of Figures * List of Tables * List of Abbreviations * Foreword * Preface * Key Terms * Map * PART I: A BRIEF HISTORY OF CHINA * The Origins of the Nation * Rise and Fall of the Empire * China in the New Millennium * Summary * Case study: Why Yellow river is important * PART II: SPATIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS * Administrative Divisions * Great Regions * Geographical Belts * Southern and Northern Parts * Ethno-Culture Areas * Summary * Case study: Who owns Lake Weishan? * PART III: HUMAN AND CULTURAL CONTEXTS * Human and Cultural Contexts * Population * Labour Force * Education * Cultural Context * Summary * Case study: Age, gender, education and earnings * PART IV: POLITICAL ECONOMIC SYSTEMS IN TRANSITION * Plan and Market * Employment * Production and Ownership * Public Finance * Banking * External Relations * Summary * Case study: System dynamics a feedback model * PART V: UNDERSTANDING CHINESE ECONOMIC REFORM * Understanding Chinese Economic Reform * A Brief Narrative * Interest Groups and Stakeholders * Radical Reform, the (Un)successful Cases *Gradual/Partial Reform, the (Un)successful Cases * Whither Chinese-style Reform? * Summary * Case study: Games between radicals and conservatives * PART VI: ECONOMIC GROWTH AND INCOME DISTRIBUTION * Chinas Growth Performance * Measuring Income Inequality * Inequality: Causes and Consequences * Poverty and Social Security * Summary * Case study: A tale of two companies in transitions * PART VII: A MULTIREGIONAL ECONOMIC COMPARISON * About Statistical Data * Macroeconomic Performance * Real Living Standards * Regional Economic Disparity * Summary * Case study: Similar initial conditions, varied results * PART VIII: SPATIAL ECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY * Spatial Economics and Development Strategy * Comparative Advantage Index * Spatial Economic Separation * Chinas Search for Spatial Integration * Regional Development Strategy * Summary * Case study: Fighting for rainfalls? * PART IX: INDUSTRIALIZATION AND TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESS * Chinas Efforts on Industrialization * Post-Reform Industrialization * A Comparative Analysis * Technological Progress * Summary * Case study: Technological and economic leapfrogging * PART X: THE QUEST FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT * Background * Natural Resources * Energy Production and Consumption * Environmental Situation * Chinese Environmental Policy * Summary * Case study: Should Chinese legislations be revised? * PART XI: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC INFLUENCES * International Economic Influences * Historical Review * Foreign Direct Investment * Foreign Trade * A Quantitative Analysis * Summary * Case study: Cultural influences on foreign trade * PART XII: THE GREATER CHINA AREA: RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT * Historical Evolution * Social and Economic Differences * Complementary Conditions * Cross-Straits Economic Relations * Future Perspective * Case study: Overseas Chinese economics * Appendices * Basic Conditions of the Ethnic Minorities * A List of Major Reforms from 1978 to 2008 * Bibliography
Control code
FIEb16183770
Edition
Third revised edition.
Extent
xxviii, 380 pages
Isbn
9780230581005
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations 23 cm.
System control number
  • (Uk)015169845
  • (StEdALDL)1/2112612
  • UkOxUb17080893
  • (OCoLC)317926577

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