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The Resource China's economic and social problems, Gregory C. Chow, (electronic resource)

China's economic and social problems, Gregory C. Chow, (electronic resource)

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China's economic and social problems
Title
China's economic and social problems
Statement of responsibility
Gregory C. Chow
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book discusses important economic and social problems of China. It is based on the author's latest findings from his scholarly research on China's economy, his involvement with China's economic reform and development, and his personal contacts with Chinese academics, entrepreneurs, government officials and ordinary citizens for over thirty years. The book is written in a style accessible to the general reader, since most chapters are based on articles published in three major Chinese newspapers, of which the author is a columnist. It can also serve as a reference book for professionals an
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IDEBK
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Chow, Gregory C
Dewey number
  • 330.951
  • 338.951
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • China
  • China
  • China
  • China
Label
China's economic and social problems, Gregory C. Chow, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Pt. 1. Economic problems. ch. 1. Historical tradition and the present-day Chinese economy -- ch. 2. Development trends in China's trade surplus -- ch. 3. Corporate social responsibility -- ch. 4. Tax reform in Taiwan and consumption tax -- ch. 5. Will the policy to increase aggregate demand by increasing consumption succeed? -- ch. 6. Improvement of health care in China -- ch. 7. Increase in wage in China -- ch. 8. Three models of a market economy -- ch. 9. Five important components of the market institutions in Chinese agriculture -- ch. 10. Three laws on the direction of China's economic development -- ch. 11. "China's economic empire" from the American perspective -- pt 2. Economic studies. ch. 12. How to use econometric models to forecast -- ch. 13. Can economists forecast accurately? -- ch. 14. Two assumptions on expectations in econometric models -- ch. 15. How to edit the handbook of the Chinese economy? -- ch. 16. Comparing price movements in mainland China and Taiwan -- ch. 17. Demand for personal computers in the United States -- ch. 18. Further on the demand for personal computers in the United States -- ch. 19. What is the future of China's economy and political system? -- ch. 20. Further on the future growth rate of China's real GDP -- ch. 21. Using economic models to forecast China's real GDP -- ch. 22. Efficient stock markets -- ch. 23. My teacher Milton Friedman -- pt. 3. Economic policy. ch. 24. From economic theory to economic policy analysis -- ch. 25. China's foreign policies in the midst of the world recession -- ch. 26. Evaluation of the policy to reform the economic system in China -- ch. 27. Important considerations in the urbanization of China -- ch. 28. Regulation of the rate of interest and shadow banking in China -- ch. 29. Solving the debt problem of the Chinese local governments -- ch. 30. The present and future of the American recession and lessons for China -- ch. 31. Solving the problems of health care and education in the United States -- ch. 32. Two suggestions to reform the Chinese banking system -- pt. 4. Social problems. ch. 33. Comparing Chinese and American universities -- ch. 34. Have the Chinese people restored their pride? -- ch. 35. News of the American Presidential election -- ch. 36. American democracy in the light of the State of the Union address -- ch. 37. Management and cooperation -- ch. 38. Reflections on the progress of Taiwan's society -- ch. 39. Observing Taiwan for 46 years -- ch. 40. Lining up in China -- ch. 41. Let the people participate in eliminating corruption -- ch. 42. Three important qualities required for an American President
Control code
ocn883374295
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource ()
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781306942096
Isbn Type
(ebk)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
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625460
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)883374295
Label
China's economic and social problems, Gregory C. Chow, (electronic resource)
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Pt. 1. Economic problems. ch. 1. Historical tradition and the present-day Chinese economy -- ch. 2. Development trends in China's trade surplus -- ch. 3. Corporate social responsibility -- ch. 4. Tax reform in Taiwan and consumption tax -- ch. 5. Will the policy to increase aggregate demand by increasing consumption succeed? -- ch. 6. Improvement of health care in China -- ch. 7. Increase in wage in China -- ch. 8. Three models of a market economy -- ch. 9. Five important components of the market institutions in Chinese agriculture -- ch. 10. Three laws on the direction of China's economic development -- ch. 11. "China's economic empire" from the American perspective -- pt 2. Economic studies. ch. 12. How to use econometric models to forecast -- ch. 13. Can economists forecast accurately? -- ch. 14. Two assumptions on expectations in econometric models -- ch. 15. How to edit the handbook of the Chinese economy? -- ch. 16. Comparing price movements in mainland China and Taiwan -- ch. 17. Demand for personal computers in the United States -- ch. 18. Further on the demand for personal computers in the United States -- ch. 19. What is the future of China's economy and political system? -- ch. 20. Further on the future growth rate of China's real GDP -- ch. 21. Using economic models to forecast China's real GDP -- ch. 22. Efficient stock markets -- ch. 23. My teacher Milton Friedman -- pt. 3. Economic policy. ch. 24. From economic theory to economic policy analysis -- ch. 25. China's foreign policies in the midst of the world recession -- ch. 26. Evaluation of the policy to reform the economic system in China -- ch. 27. Important considerations in the urbanization of China -- ch. 28. Regulation of the rate of interest and shadow banking in China -- ch. 29. Solving the debt problem of the Chinese local governments -- ch. 30. The present and future of the American recession and lessons for China -- ch. 31. Solving the problems of health care and education in the United States -- ch. 32. Two suggestions to reform the Chinese banking system -- pt. 4. Social problems. ch. 33. Comparing Chinese and American universities -- ch. 34. Have the Chinese people restored their pride? -- ch. 35. News of the American Presidential election -- ch. 36. American democracy in the light of the State of the Union address -- ch. 37. Management and cooperation -- ch. 38. Reflections on the progress of Taiwan's society -- ch. 39. Observing Taiwan for 46 years -- ch. 40. Lining up in China -- ch. 41. Let the people participate in eliminating corruption -- ch. 42. Three important qualities required for an American President
Control code
ocn883374295
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource ()
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781306942096
Isbn Type
(ebk)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
625460
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)883374295

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