China 2002 : WTO entry and world recession / edited by Ross Garnaut and Ligang Song.
Contributor(s): Garnaut, Ross [editor] | Song, Ligang [editor].Material type: BookPublisher: Canberra, ACT : ANU E Press, 2012Copyright date: �2012Description: 1 online resource (202 pages) : illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781922144539; 1922144533.Subject(s): World Trade Organization -- Membership | World Trade Organization | China -- Economic conditions | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- International -- Economics | Economic history | Membership requirements | China | Au�enwirtschaftspolitik | Aufsatzsammlung | AustralianGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Erscheint auch als:: WTO entry and world recessionDDC classification: 382.920951 Other classification: 83.30 Online resources: Click here to access online
Title from title screen (viewed 21 December 2012).
"First published by Asia Pacific Press, 2002."
Includes bibliographical references.
Twelve essays which discuss China with regards to its economy and its entry into the World Trade Organization.
Selected for archiving ANL
Figures; Tables; Abbreviations; Contributors; 1. Catching up with America -- Ross Garnaut; 2. Cyclical growth rebound and secular consumption patterns -- Yiping Huang; 3. State-owned enterprise reform: has it been effective -- Xiaolu Wang; 4. WTO accession and regional incomes -- Tingsong Jiang; 5. Competition, ownership diversification and industrial growth -- Mei Wen; 6. The WTO challenge to agriculture -- Xiaolu Wang; 7. Entry to the WTO and the domestic private economy -- Ligang Song; 8. Services driving growth -- Christopher Findlay and Mari Pangestu
9. The impact of WTO accession on FDI -- Chen Chunlai10. Insurance sector following WTO accession -- Ken Waller; 11. Securities market development: assessing and improving market efficiency -- Michael Hasenstab; 12. Radical economic reform and income distribution -- Xin Meng; References
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