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The Chinese Economy: Transitions and Growth ebook

The Chinese Economy: Transitions and Growth by Barry Naughton

The Chinese Economy: Transitions and Growth

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The Chinese Economy: Transitions and Growth Barry Naughton ebook
ISBN: 0262140950, 9781429455343
Page: 504
Format: pdf

Urban China is a fascinating topic of study: it displays unprecedented dynamism under market transition and globalizing forces. Market forces always work to whatever to work toward long-term good. Case in point: China, where labor shortages are working to slow growth in the nation’s economy. A slight acceleration in Chinese economic growth at the end of last year is reinforcing the common narrative that China’s expansion is a threat to other nations, including the United States. Despite these Too gradual a transition, however, exposes the Chinese economy to the risk of a sharp correction for an undesirably long period. I think of China’s growth model as merely a more muscular version of the Japanese or East Asian growth model, which is itself partly based on the American experience. Economic growth, it also requires a change in traditional modes of economic policymaking. €�While China has largely recovered from the recent downturn, its impact was an important reminder that the future growth of Chinese cities is now inextricably tied to the world economy.” Growing global linkages come with tradeoffs. Global investors will be “shocked” at China’s decelerating trade growth and it’s unlikely the government will loosen monetary policy to boost economic growth gievn the outlook for inflation, according to Gavin Parry, the managing .. Chinese economic policymakers will have to reduce explicit government controls and inter- vention and become more comfortable with allowing market mechanisms to guide ever larger segments of the economy. The development of Chinese cities was fundamentally altered with the economic . This nation, together with Founded in 2003, Post Carbon Institute is leading the transition to a more resilient, equitable, and sustainable world. China is likely the site of world economic growth’s last stand. Market Forces and the Chinese Economic Transition. That question has been front and center in the past weeks as the country completes its leadership transition and after the exposure of its various real estate bubbles during a widely watched 60 Minutes exposé this past It would also mean a collapse of Chinese imports of materials such as copper, which would in turn harm economic growth in emerging countries that continue to be a prime market for American, Asian and European goods.

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