The Economic Development of China: A Comparison with the Japanese Experience

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This book identifies that problems that China must face to develop its economy and elucidates the structural deficiencies which lay behind these problems. Chinese economy compared with other economies in the world. The book also analyzes China's present economic situation and, where possible, provides prescriptions for solving its problems by comparing it with the Japanese development experience.

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About the author (1994)

Ryoshin Minami is Professor of Economics at the Institute of Economic Research.

David Merriman is Assistant Professor of Economics at Loyola University of Chicago.

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