This series examines the immense importance of China within the global economy. Books in the series view the Chinese economy in many ways, such as: a transition economy; a bridge between the developing and developed nations; a vital member of the WTO; and even asÂ a potential rival to the US. Providing readers with high quality monographs and edited volumes by authors from East and West, this series is a truly global forum on one of the world's key economies.
The Institutional Transition of China's Township and Village Enterprises Market Liberalization, Contractual Form Innovation and Privatization
China's Economic Development and Democratization
Urban Transformation in China
Chinese Youth in Transition
Assessing the Extent of China's Marketization
The Chinese Economy after WTO Accession
The Revival of Private Enterprise in China
By Hongyi Chen
November 11, 2019
This title was first published in 2000. This work provides a new insight into china's township and village enterprises (TVEs). It views the governance structure of TVEs as effectively combining the comparative advantage of local government officials in external management and of dual firm managers ...
By Scott D. Rozelle, Daniel A. Sumner
November 03, 2017
This title was first published in 2003. This prominent and commanding volume collates the best research available on China's agricultural trade. Critically analyzing the agricultural supply and demand factors that underlie trade patterns such as agricultural productivity and policy, it also ...
By Xiao-yuan Dong, Shunfeng Song
July 28, 2006
This book identifies the main challenges Chinese agriculture is confronting and considers how these challenges might be met. The performance of China's agricultural production is comprehensively assessed while the factors that affect agricultural productivity are examined through detailed ...
By Yanlai Wang
November 11, 2016
China's Economic Development and Democratization examines China's transformation from an institutional perspective. It proposes an analytical framework comprising six macro institutional environments: international, ideological, political, economic, constitutional, and civil-social, to analyze the...
By Gordon G. Liu, Aimin Chen
November 28, 2016
This book provides a general description and evaluation of the process of urbanization in China and the urgent challenges facing the Chinese government. Urban Transformation in China examines the changing pattern of China's urban population and the determinants of these changes, including an ...
By Jieying Xi, Yunxiao Sun
November 11, 2016
Featuring original research findings from a key Chinese national research centre, this book provides researchers with cutting-edge, reliable and comprehensive information about children and youth in modern China. The book employs a unique methodology to analyze China's youth in terms of human ...
Edited By Xiaoxi Li
November 28, 2006
China is indisputably one of the most dynamic economic regions in the world; however the character, nature and extent of its market economy status remains in question. This book provides an empirical analysis of many aspects of the developing market economy including: government reform; the ...
By Shuanglin Lin, Shuming Bao
September 28, 2006
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 ...
By Shunfeng Song, Shuanglin Lin
March 28, 2007
The re-emergence of private enterprises is one of the most important factors in China's recent economic development. They will play a key role in maintaining China's high growth rate and honouring its commitments to the WTO. Despite this they face obstacles to growth, including borrowing ...