4 edition of China"s Regional Economic Disparities Since 1978 found in the catalog.
December 15, 1999
by World Scientific Publishing Company
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
Introduction. Regional disparities have existed throughout China’s history (Kanbur & Zhang, ).Chinese regions consist of geographically proximate provinces with similar economic, topographical and cultural characteristics (Figure 1).The gap between Chinese regions has translated into a substantial divide in income and, to some extent, the standard of living between primarily agricultural Cited by: 7. Other titles in the China Update Book Series include: China: Twenty Years of Economic Reform China: WTO Entry and World Recession China: New Engine of World Growth China: Is Rapid Growth Sustainable? The China Boom and its Discontents China: The Turning Point in China’s Economic DevelopmentFile Size: 5MB.
China is in the throes of two transitions: from a command economy to a market-based one and from a rural, agricultural society to an urban, industrial one. So far, both transitions have been spectacularly successful. China is the fastest-growing economy in the world, with per capita incomes more than quadrupling since , achieving in two generations what took other countries centuries. China’s Remarkable Economic Growth. John Knight and Sai Ding. Oxford University Press. Find this book: China’s strong economic performance over the past 30 years has attracted notable attention. Indeed, since Deng Xiaoping’s path-breaking reforms to open the economy in , China has registered an average annual GDP growth rate of nearly File Size: 69KB.
China's economic growth since the reform has been very rapid, exceeding the East Asian Tigers. Since the beginning of Deng Xiaoping's reforms, China's GDP has risen tenfold.  The increase in total factor productivity (TFP) was the most important factor, with productivity accounting for % of the GDP increase, compared with a decline of. In , China's Gini-coefficient - a measure of how wealth is distributed in a society - stood at (a value of 0 suggests total equality, a value of 1 extreme inequality).
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China's Regional Economic Disparities Since Main Trends and Determinants (East Asian Institute Contemporary China) [Tian, Xiaowen, East Asian Institute] on Author: Xiaowen Tian.
Get this from a library. China's regional economic disparities since main trends and determinants. [Xiaowen Tian; National University of Singapore. East Asian Institute.]. Variation in Chinas Regional Economic Disparities Since 1978 book orientation in individual regions and the weakening of government intervention in regional income redistribution have been mainly responsible for the changes in China's regional economic disparities since This study suggests that China should accelerate economic growth of its backward interior regions by deepening market-oriented reforms on the one hand, and by.
Variation in market orientation in individual regions and the weakening of government intervention in regional income redistribution have been mainly responsible for the changes in China's regional economic disparities since This study sugge.
China has experienced spectacular economic growth sinceaveraging 8 to 9% per year. As a result, on average, people’s standard of living is far higher than ever before in China’s history. However, economic disparities have also widened very significantly during this period, raising questions about the appropriateness and sustainability of existing policies.
Unbalanced economic development across regions. Regional Income Inequality in China: History and Current Situation. Income inequality between and in China. Income inequality since Inequality Between Coastal and Inland Areas. Growing income disparity between the.
There is huge variation across China’s regions in terms of population size, geographical conditions and level of economic development. China faces serious challenges posed by unbalanced regional development and regional economic disparities have increased considerably since Since the start of reforms inspectacular economic growth and poverty reduction in China have been accompanied by sharp rises in inequality and increasingly frequent manifestations of social tension through unrest of various by: 40 years of reform in China: Truly remarkable change since China still faces problems.
The economic growth has entailed great disparities. China Since Shaoguang Wang This paper traces China's move towards a market economy in the mids, the near triumph of market forces in the s, and the countermovement this engendered as inequalities between the rich and poor increased and social security networks collapsed.
China has made tremendous progress in its economic development since it began its economic reform and opened to the World in It is currently the fastest growing economy in the World. Explaining Regional Disparities of China’s Economic Growth: Geography, Policy and Infrastructure Zhengyun Sun Department of Economics University of California, Berkeley Thesis Advisor: Professor Bryan Graham1 December Abstract While China’s fast growth is unquestionable, equally significant is the rising coast–inland inequality.
Furthermore, the evolutionary dynamics revealed by our kernel estimation suggests that the disparity of the economic growth rate continuously increases sincenot only among different Author: Xiang Deng. Book Description: The year marks 40 years of reform and development in China (–). This commemorative book assembles some of the world’s most prominent scholars on the Chinese economy to reflect on what has been achieved as a result of the economic reform programs, and to draw out the key lessons that have been learned by the model of growth and development in China over the.
China has experienced spectacular economic growth sinceaveraging 8 to 9% per year. As a result, on average, people’s standard of living is far higher than ever before in China’s history. However, economic disparities have also widened very significantly during this period, raising questions about the appropriateness and.
The study uses the “Convergence Theory” to study the influence of China’s population mobility on the change of regional disparity since 2 Application of “Convergence Theory” in Chinese Economy Many researchers divide “convergence” into -convergence and -convergence in their study on regional disparity.
-convergence means the economic group whose original per capita output is low has Cited by: Table of Contents. Part I: Overview 1: Success and Challenges: Overview of China’s Economic Growth and Reform since - Wei Zhang and Xiaohui Liu Part II: Financial Sector Reforms and Monetary Policy 2: Mission Completed or Problems Unsolved.
A Policy Review of China’s Banking Reform - Charles C L Kwong 3: Entry Behaviour of Foreign Banks in the Chinese Banking Market - Yue Xu and. This collection contains thirty seminal articles about China’s reforms written by some of the most significant economists—both Chinese and non-Chinese—who have analyzed various aspects of the reforms since Lin, Justin Yifu, Fang Cai, and Zhou Li.
The China Miracle: Development Strategy and Economic Reform. Rev. Hong Kong. Considering the development of Chinese-European relations since China embarked on its open policy, these papers suggest that political relations have not significantly modified Europe's relations with China.
They imply that Europe and China tend to view their relations with each other in terms of their relationships with the U.S. Articles include: Human Rights, Europe and the People's.
His books on China include The Rural-Urban Divide: Economic Disparities and Interactions in China and Towards a Labour Market in China (both with Lina Song and both published by OUP).
The latter book received the Richard A. Lester Prize, awarded at Princeton University, for "the outstanding book in Labor Economics and Industrial Relations Cited by:.
Chapter 9. A Multiregional Economic Comparison. China’s Statistical Systems. Macroeconomic Performance. Real Living Standards. Regional Economic Disparity.
Summary. Annex. References. Chapter Regional Diseconomies and Development Strategy. Spatial Comparative Advantages. Spatial Economic Separation. (). China’s Regional Economic Disparities Since Main Trends and Determinants.
(). Climate and Economic Development in the Tropics. New York: Harper, for the Council on Foreign Relations. Decomposition of China’s Regional Inequalities. (). Determinants of Economic Growth in China: Private Enterprise, Education and Openness.See P. Aguigner, ‘Regional Disparities since ’, in S.
Feuchtwang, A. Hussain and T. Pairault (eds), Transforming China’s Economy in the s, vol. 2, London, Zed Books Ltd Google ScholarAuthor: A. S. Bhalla.