This book, first published in 2002, will be provocative reading for anyone concerned with China and the world economy.
Meet the Author
More from this Author
Table of Contents
1. China as a latecomer in world industrial markets; 2. The outside world as an impetus for change in China; 3. Tailor to the world: China's emergence as a global power in textiles; 4. Beating the system with industrial restructuring: China's response to the multifiber arrangement (MFA); 5. China looms large: reform and rationalization in the textile industry; 6. Industrial change in the shadow of the MFA: the role of top-level strategy, mid-level intervention, and low-level demand in China's textile industry; 7. Chinese shipbuilding: the modest origins of an emerging industrial giant; 8. Dangerous currents: navigating boom and bust cycles in international shipbuilding; 9. Chinese shipbuilding and global surplus capacity: making a virtue out of necessity; 10. Market-oriented solutions for industrial adjustment: the changing pattern of state intervention in Chinese shipbuilding; 11. Who did what to whom?: making sense of the reform process in China's shipbuilding industry; 12. External shocks, state capacity, and national responses for economic adjustment: explaining industrial change in China; 13. China in the contemporary international political economy; Appendix: contours of the research effort.
and post it to your social network
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
See all customer reviews >