This book provides an analysis of the Chinese economy in the context of globalization after China's admission to the WTO. In four parts it addresses globalization, privatization, fiscal policy and financial development. In depth analysis is also given to international trade, industrial development as well as economic performance and the labour market. The Chinese Economy after WTO Accession is a comprehensive study supported by recent data and quantitative analysis. It provides a solid basis for better understanding the possible future directions of China's economy. This volume is an indispensable source for scholars and students alike.
Shuming Bao is the Senior Research Coordinator for China Initiatives at the International Institute of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, USA. Shuanglin Lin is Lindley Professor in the Department of Economics, University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA. Changwen Zhao is Professor at the Business School in Sichuan University, China.
'...the book presents rich information and background on various aspects of China's economy...a valuable resource for scholars and students interested in studies on China's economy.' Asia-Pacific Economic Literature 'The real purpose of the book is to comprehensively examine contemporary developments in the Chinese economy. And it overall does an excellent job at that.' Journal of Asian Business