Economic transitions with Chinese characteristics: social change during thirty years of reform
School of Policy Studies, Queen's University, Jan 1, 2009 - Business & Economics - 200 pages
Deng Xiaoping formalized a Chinese national policy of "Reform and Opening" in a December 1978 speech before a plenary of the Chinese Communist Party's Central Committee. The long-term economic results of this new direction continue to be astonishing and the subsequent 30 years have had a singular impact on China and the world.Economic Transitions with Chinese Characteristics: Thirty Years of Reform and Opening Upputs the current economic situation into a broad context and looks at a number of issues related to economic growth, finance, and technological change.Contributorsinclude Bruce Anderson (Queen's University), Gordon Betcherman (World Bank), John Cai (Fudan University), Jie Chen (Fudan University), Zhao Chen (Fudan University), Weili Ding (Queen's University), Julan Du (Chinese University of Hong Kong), Peilei Fan (Michigan State University), Emily M. Hill (Queen's University), Gary H. Jefferson (Brandeis University), Steven F. Lehrer (Queen's University), Shuzhuo Li (Xi'an Jiaotong University), Xiaofeng Liu (Fudan University), Ming Lu (Fudan University), Changyuan Luo (Fudan University), Warren Mabee (Queen's University), John Meligrana (Queen's University), Stephen Morgan (University of Nottingham), Naoki Murakami (Nihon University), Wenwei Ren (Fudan University), Ana Revenga (World Bank), Yucheng Sang (Fudan University), Christoph M. Schimmele (University of Victoria), Arthur Sweetman (Queen's University), Minna Hahn Tong (World Bank), Guanghua Wan (Yunnan University), Yongqin Wang (Fudan University), Kailei Wei (Hainan University), Guanzhong James Wen (Trinity College), Sonia M.L. Wong (Lingnan University), Zheng Wu (University of Victoria), Rudai Yang (Peking University), Shujie Yao (University of Nottingham), Yang Yao (Peking University), Linda C.W. Yung (Chinese University of Hong Kong), Jun Zhang (Fudan University), Yan Zhang (Fudan University), Ye Zhang (Nanjing University), Yuan Zhang (Fudan University), and Zhiyao Zhang (Fudan University).
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