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Times Higher Education Supplement
“This edition is even better than the first edition sinceit has extended coverage of agriculture – which continues tobe a very important part of the Chinese economy – more oneducation, on corruption, and other important issues. Even more sonow it is required reading for learning about the still fastestgrowing economy in the world.” Gary Becker, University ofChicago
“Gregory Chow’s China’s EconomicTransformation has become the definitive text for the study ofthe world’s most dynamic economy. The new second editionimproves on the magisterial first edition with more extensivediscussions of a broad range of current policy issues: corruption,inflation and money supply, education, income inequality, and ruraldevelopment.” James J. Heckman, University of Illinois,Chicago
“Few economists know as much about China as Gregory Chow.This is an encyclopedic achievement, and the first edition hasalready become a standard reference.” Olivier Blanchard,MIT