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|Title:||China’s Economic Growth: A miracle with Chinese characteristics|
Peter Nolan, Dong Fureng
|Description:||This book aims to examine China’s economic growth at the economy level, among the regions and in selected industrial sectors. It is one of the few books that have focused on understanding economic growth in post-reform China. Some of the material covered in this volume has never been published before. China has completed a two-decade reform programme and began a new era of economic development in the twenty-first century. This book is thus timely and it extends the existing literature. The data series generated in this book are themselves important resources (e.g., capital stock and regional price deflators) and can be used by other researchers. This book can be used as a valuable reference by academia, students, business economists and trade advisers. It may also be used as a textbook for units focusing on business and economic issues in China.|
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