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China's domestic transformation in a global context / Ligang Song, Ross Garnaut, Cai Fang & Lauren Johnston (eds).

Contributor(s): Garnaut, Ross [editor.] | Song, Ligang [editor.] | Cai, Fang [editor.] | Johnston, Lauren [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: China update series: 2015.; "Zhongguo jing ji qian yan" cong shu: 2015.Publisher: Acton, A.C.T. : Australian National University Press, 2015Copyright date: �2015Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781925022698; 1925022692; 9781925022681; 1925022684.Subject(s): Economic development -- China | China -- Economic conditions -- 2000- | China -- Economic policy -- 2000- | China -- Commercial policy -- 2000- | China -- Social conditions -- 2000- | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Economic Policy | Commercial policy | Economic development | Economic history | Economic policy | Social conditions | China | Systemtransformation | Wirtschaftspolitik | Wirtschaftsreform | Au�enwirtschaftspolitik | Soziale Lage | China | Economic History | Business & Economics | Since 2000 | China | economic growthGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: China's domestic transformation in a global context.DDC classification: 330.95106 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Pages:1 to 25; Pages:26 to 50; Pages:51 to 75; Pages:76 to 100; Pages:101 to 125; Pages:126 to 150; Pages:151 to 175; Pages:176 to 200; Pages:201 to 225; Pages:226 to 250; Pages:251 to 275; Pages:276 to 300; Pages:301 to 325; Pages:326 to 350; Pages:351 to 375; Pages:376 to 400; Pages:401 to 425; Pages:426 to 450; Pages:451 to 466
Summary: The phrase 'New Normal' captures the ongoing shift in the pattern and drivers of China's economic growth. China's new growth rate is both slower and imposing difficult structural change. These new economic conditions are challenging yet offer opportunities for China and its economic partners. Reforms must be deepened but also make growth more inclusive and environmentally sustainable, over this decade and beyond. This year's Update offers both global context and domestic insight into this challenging new phase of China's domestic economic transformation. How are policymakers elevating migrant workers concurrent with increasing consumption? Is China's government spending enough on education and R & D to ensure it can achieve its aspirations to ascend the global manufacturing value chain and avoid the middle-income trap? Are energy market reforms reducing or increasing the price of gas and electricity in China? What are the consequences of China's financial reforms and expanding Renminbi trading for foreign banks? What does China's new growth model mean for the international resources economy and for Africa? Do SOEs face market conditions and are they dominating China's fast-rising outbound investment? What is China's strategy for navigating fragmented international trade policy negotiations?
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The phrase 'New Normal' captures the ongoing shift in the pattern and drivers of China's economic growth. China's new growth rate is both slower and imposing difficult structural change. These new economic conditions are challenging yet offer opportunities for China and its economic partners. Reforms must be deepened but also make growth more inclusive and environmentally sustainable, over this decade and beyond. This year's Update offers both global context and domestic insight into this challenging new phase of China's domestic economic transformation. How are policymakers elevating migrant workers concurrent with increasing consumption? Is China's government spending enough on education and R & D to ensure it can achieve its aspirations to ascend the global manufacturing value chain and avoid the middle-income trap? Are energy market reforms reducing or increasing the price of gas and electricity in China? What are the consequences of China's financial reforms and expanding Renminbi trading for foreign banks? What does China's new growth model mean for the international resources economy and for Africa? Do SOEs face market conditions and are they dominating China's fast-rising outbound investment? What is China's strategy for navigating fragmented international trade policy negotiations?

Online resource; title from PDF title page (JSTOR, viewed October 27, 2016).

Pages:1 to 25; Pages:26 to 50; Pages:51 to 75; Pages:76 to 100; Pages:101 to 125; Pages:126 to 150; Pages:151 to 175; Pages:176 to 200; Pages:201 to 225; Pages:226 to 250; Pages:251 to 275; Pages:276 to 300; Pages:301 to 325; Pages:326 to 350; Pages:351 to 375; Pages:376 to 400; Pages:401 to 425; Pages:426 to 450; Pages:451 to 466

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