Economic Analysis of Chinese Transportation

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Fengbo Zhang, Aug 27, 2009 - Transportation - 200 pages
Dr. Zhang received his Ph.D. in Economics from Kyoto University in Japan. In 1986 he was a Senior Research Fellow at the STATE COUNCIL Research Center in China, introduced Western economics to China, assisted Deng Xiaoping leadership in promoting reform and open policies. Since 1988, he was a visiting scholar at Harvard University and the National Bureau of Economic Research, USA, represented leading Japanese companies during the rapid investment boom in the USA, and joined Fuji Bank. In 2003, he joined Citigroup as a Senior Vice President for Citibank Lending. He has published more than 10 books, including A CHINESE ECONOMIST'S JOURNEY and ANALYSIS OF CHINESE MACROECONOMY. He is regularly invited to speak to Chinese government and business leaders. The first edition of this book was published by the People Press, the top publisher in China in 1987, and has been used as key textbook for Chinese major universities as well as government training.

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Subject and Research Methodology on the Transportation Economy
The Rise of Chinas Modern Economy and Railways
Basic Statistical Analysis of Freight Transportation
Structure of Freight Transportation 62
Economic Analysis of Freight Transportation
Relations of Freight Volumes and Levels of Economic Development of Various Areas
Economic Analysis of Passenger Transportation114
Transportation Price
Development Trend of Chinas Freight and Passenger Transportation 161 Chapter 10 Econometric model of Chinas Transportation System
Dynamic Analysis of Chinas Transportation Policy

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