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Professor Guo Rongxing delivers exactly what he promises: an introduction to the Chinese economy. But he touches all the right bases, and his explanations are always clear. The treatment is balanced, with appropriate historical perspective. The final chapter on fundamental issues in China's economic development is particularly thoughtful.
— Richard C. Bush, Senior Fellow and Director, Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies, The Brookings Institution, and Co-author of A War Like No Other: The Truth About China's Challenge to America
Teachers of introductory courses on the People's Republic of China will find this book very useful. It not only provides an introduction to the success of the world's most dynamic economy, it places that development in its social, cultural, and political contexts with a great deal of insight and erudition.
— David S. G. Goodman, Professor of Chinese Politics and Director, Institute of Social Sciences, University of Sydney
An excellent overview of basic facts about China's economy, society, political system, government, geography and history.
— Pieter Bottelier, Economist and Senior Adjunct Professor, Johns Hopkins University
Professor Guo Rongxing uses events from Chinese history and concepts from Chinese philosophy to illuminate Chinese political economy, thereby adding an important, previously missing piece of the Chinese jigsaw puzzle and bringing a valuable Chinese perspective to understanding China.
— Giles Chance, Visiting Professor, Guanghua Business School, Peking University Author of China and the Credit Crisis