The political economy of China's systemic transformation

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By Statement Victoria Mantzopoulos and Raphael Shen
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Description "After three decades of reign, Mao left China a structurally rigid and functionally inefficient economy. The imperative for systemic transformation was self-evident. By 2009, China's nominal GDP reached $4.9 trillion. Its 2010 foreign reserve is in excess of $2.4 trillion. China has surpassed Japan as the second largest economy in the world. A statistical analysis of four countries indicates political stability and social calm helped gain the confidence of needed foreign investments. For China, it is foreign investment that has been fueling its export growth which in turn is most instrumental in its development path"--
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Full Title The political economy of China's systemic transformation 1979 to the present
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1976-2000
Subjects Economic policy
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Foreign Investments
Subtitle 1979 to the present
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Legacies from Mao * The Political Economy of Reform After Mao * Reform Approach and Framework * Foreign Investment * Foreign Trade Reform * A Comparative Performance * Successes * Anomalies, Challenges * Concluding Observations.
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The political economy of China's systemic transformation
Authors Raphael Shen
Victoria Mantzopoulos
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Categories Political Science
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Description After three decades of reign, Mao left China a structurally rigid and functionally inefficient economy. The imperative for systemic transformation was self-evident. By 2009, China’s nominal GDP reached $4.9 trillion. Its 2010 foreign reserve is in excess of $2.4 trillion. China has surpassed Japan as the second largest economy in the world. A statistical analysis of four countries indicates political stability and social calm helped gain the confidence of needed foreign investments. For China, it is foreign investment that has been fueling its export growth which in turn is most instrumental in its development path.
Language en
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Page Count 250
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Published Date 2011-05-15
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
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Subtitle 1979 to the Present
Title The Political Economy of China's Systemic Transformation
ISBN_100230103030
ISBN_139780230103030

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