|Title:||Sustaining China’s Economic Growth in the Twenty-First Century|
|Authors:||Shujie Yao and Xiaming Liu|
|Description:||This volume includes a selection of chapters presented to the 12th Chinese Economic Association CEA (UK), annual conference in 2000. The chapters cover a wide range of issues concerning how to sustain China’s economic growth and social development in the twenty-first century after WTO accession. The book is divided into three parts. Part I deals with the general issues of economic reforms and policies. Part II is devoted to the problems related to the economic sectors, including industry, agriculture and the financial markets, and Part III deals with issues related to openness and social problems. CEA (UK) was established in 1988 by overseas Chinese students and scholars living in the UK. It has now become the leading academic organisation in the UK for research into the Chinese economy. This volume is part of its efforts to disseminate research results of its members, both within the UK and elsewhere. It is the second edited volume of conference chapters. It does not attempt to be comprehensive in its coverage, nor does it aim to provide a coherent perspective on the transition process. Instead, it presents a selection of chapters representing important theoretical and empirical contributions to our understanding of China’s reform experience, the policies adopted and their impacts.|
|Appears in Collections:||Regional and Local Development Studies|
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