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Will China's recent economic growth continue at the same rate? For how long? What obstacles lie in the way of sustained growth? Who gains and why? Gregory Chow covers these and many other issues.
Introduction: Transformation of China’s Economy.
Part I: Historical Background and General Survey.
1. Economic Lessons from History.
2. Experiment with Planning and Economic Disruptions.
3. Economic Reform up to Middle 1990s.
4. Problems and Prospects of Further Reform.
Part II: Analysis of the Macroeconomy.
5. Economic Growth.
6. Economic Fluctuations.
7. Macroeconomic Policies.
8. Effects of Political Movements on the Macroeconomy.
Part III: Topics in Economic Development.
10. Western Development and Environmental Policies.
12. Human Capital.
Part IV: Analysis of Individual Sectors.
13. Banking and Financial System.
14. Shanghai Stock Price Determination.
15. Behavior of State Enterprises.
16. The Non-state Sectors.
17. Foreign Trade.
18. Foreign Investment.
Part V: Studies of Economic Institutions and Infrastructure.
19. Use or Misuse of Assets.
20. The Legal System and the Role of Government.
21. Education System and Policy.
22. Taking Stock and Looking Ahead.
Conclusion: Lessons for the Study of Economic Transformation.
Posted September 15, 2011