The Chinese Economy: Adaptation and Growth, second editionThe book is accessible for the general reader and can be used as a college level course textbook for undergraduate and graduate studies. It is a methodical and historically accurate English language account of the decades-long market-based reorganization of the Chinese economy since its beginnings in The first three chapters briefly discuss China's geography , the Chinese economy before , the socialist centrally planned command structure from to , and a short analysis of the Chinese economic reform period that began in Then, beginning with Chapter 4, topics are narrowly defined by economic sector and discussed in greater detail. However, the book is meant to be only an introduction to the topics covered. Part II covers changes in GDP including graphs and statistics, and also covers people's place in the economy, such as human capital in education and the labor force, income inequality, and poverty.
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Handle: RePEc:mtp:titles as. This second edition has been thoroughly revised to reflect a decade of developments in China's economy, and institutional, GDP growth has surg. Part V and VI covers China's interrelationship with the world economy. Since liberalization began in the s.
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The speakers further agreed that it is a mistake to think of the growth of the two countries as essentially similar. Page 8 Share Cite. According to Nicholas Lardy of the Peterson Institute for International Economics, scale is a key difference between the two econoym. With such a range of views, The National Academies set out to describe developments in both count.