China's Economic Dynamics

A Beijing Consensus in the making?

Author: Jun Li

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 360

View: 925

Although Chinese economic growth continues strong, and although China coped very well with the recent global crisis, the Chinese economy faces many challenges, including how to sustain growth, how to rebalance the economy towards more domestic consumption, how to accommodate rising wages, growing social and regional inequality, and how to reform financial and monetary policies. This book examines the key challenges currently facing the Chinese economy. It considers Chinas’ increasing global impact, discusses the institutional drivers of China’s economic growth, assesses critically China’s need for structural reform, and explores issues related to sustainability and human rights.

China's Economic Dynamics

A Beijing Consensus in the making?

Author: Jun Li

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 360

View: 643

Although Chinese economic growth continues strong, and although China coped very well with the recent global crisis, the Chinese economy faces many challenges, including how to sustain growth, how to rebalance the economy towards more domestic consumption, how to accommodate rising wages, growing social and regional inequality, and how to reform financial and monetary policies. This book examines the key challenges currently facing the Chinese economy. It considers Chinas’ increasing global impact, discusses the institutional drivers of China’s economic growth, assesses critically China’s need for structural reform, and explores issues related to sustainability and human rights.

The Dynamics of China's Rejuvenation

Author: J. Huang

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Political Science

Page: 118

View: 447

The last two and a half decades witnessed China's epoch-making economic growth and great social changes, which indicates the commence of China's national rejuvenation after a near two centuries-long stagnant or backward period. In exploring the causal dynamics of China's rejuvenation, Huang's book examines the internal and external elements from various sides, in both the comprehensive way and the separate way, thus providing a convincible explanation about the driving force of China's marvellous development.

China’s Economic New Normal

Growth, Structure, and Momentum

Author: Fang Cai

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 165

View: 549

This timely volume on China’s economic “New Normal” features articles by leading scholars from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and other research institutions across the country. A broad range of perennial as well as hot-bottom topics related not just to economic growth but also to its social and political ramifications are covered, including patterns of growth, income distribution, domestic consumption, the global economic dynamics, and policy responses to these and other developments. Contributors not only combine theoretical and empirical analyses of these critical issues but also examine the historical background and the social context to what may be one of the most significant developments not just for China but also for the rest of the world.

Chinese Entrepreneurship

An Austrian economics perspective

Author: Fu-Lai Tony Yu

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 180

View: 556

After more than 30 years of reformations in agriculture, manufacturing and trade and industry, China’s economy has grown to become the second largest in the world. This book examines the contributions of dynamic entrepreneurs to the economic development of mainland China and Hong Kong – an analysis that is largely lacking in existing studies China’s economic stronghold. This book adopts theories of entrepreneurship and market processes as major analytical frameworks to conclude that entrepreneurship is the true engine of growth in mainland China and Hong Kong. Chinese Entrepreneurship focuses on the knowledge drivers and systemic challenges of these businesses to examine how entrepreneurs under uncertainty identify and pursue profit opportunities, and how their efforts have enhanced China’s economic dynamics. This book offers vital insight to students, teachers and researchers of Chinese business and economics, along with Chinese culture and expanding economies.

Critical Issues in China's Growth and Development

Author: Eden S.H. Yu

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 320

View: 471

In approximately two decades China has transformed from a stagnant socialist economy to one that is vibrant and largely market-oriented. Given China's size, rapid economic growth, and her increasing importance as an economic and political power, the country's growth and development have aroused major interest among academics and policymakers worldwide. Written by a distinguished group of economists, this volume offers insight and in-depth analysis of a wide range of issues related to China's growth and development, from the role of higher education in the country's economic growth, to socioeconomic issues such as stock market manipulation and rural-urban migration. The contributors are established scholars in the field and their research methodologies are at the frontier of modern analytical economics, including economic dynamics and computable general equilibrium analysis. The volume will be of interest to students and researchers in the areas of Chinese economic studies, finance and international economics, international business, and transitional economy.

The Butterfly Effect in China’s Economic Growth

From Socialist Penury Towards Marx’s Progressive Capitalism

Author: Wei-Bin Zhang

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 213

View: 930

This book examines the butterfly effect in China's modern economic development during the period of 1978–2018. In chaos theory, the butterfly effect refers to a phenomenon that a butterfly flaps its wings in Okinawa, and subsequently a storm may ravage New York. Deng applied a trivial idea, called the market mechanism, to China’s countryside in 1978. The idea has subsequently caused economic structural changes and fast growth in the economy with the largest population in human history. China’s per capita GDP jumped from $100 in 1978 to over US$8,000 in 2018. Eight hundred million people have made a great escape from poverty. By 2018, China was the world’s second-largest economy from its 10th position in 1978 with its 9 per cent average annual growth rate of GDP in the previous four decades. This illuminating book will be of value to economists, scholars of China, and historians.

Economic Dynamics of Global Energy Geopolitics

Author: Ikiz, Ahmet Salih

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 305

View: 616

The dominant powers in world energy geopolitics have radically changed in last couple of decades due to the increased demand for natural energy resources (i.e., coal and oil). Because of these power shifts, the economics of energy has become much more entangled in international relations. Economic Dynamics of Global Energy Geopolitics provides emerging research exploring the theoretical and practical aspects of the geo-economics of energy resources and how this affects countries’ economies. It also explores the implementation of energy supply and demand in world markets. Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics such as socio-economics, supply/demand fluctuations, and foreign direct investment, this book is ideally designed for engineers, economists, academicians, researchers, policymakers, and graduate-level students seeking current research on the role of economics and policy in energy geopolitics.