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Title The global recession and China's political economy / edited by Dali L. Yang
Published New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (xii, 267 pages) : illustrations
Series China in transformation
China in transformation.
Contents PART I: ECONOMIC REBALANCING AND ADJUSTMENT -- China's Response to the Global Crisis, and the Lessons Learned; B. Naughton -- Guojin Mintui: The Global Crisis and Changing State-Economy Relations in China; D.L. Yang & J. Jiang -- Visible Hand or Crippled Hand: Stimulation and Stabilization in China's Real Estate Markets, 2008-2010; F. Su & R. Tao -- Global Crisis and China's Trade Adjustment; S.Y. Tong -- PART II: STATE-SOCIETY RELATIONS AND GOVERNANCE -- Slowdown in the World's Workshop? Chinese Labor in the Global Recession; W. Hurst -- Public Goods and State-Society Relations: An Impact Study of China's Rural Stimulus; E. Michelson -- The Role of the Legal Institutions in Dealing with the Financial Crisis in China; X. Zhang -- Corruption, Local Protectionism, and the Global Crisis in China; A. Wedeman -- China's Rising Appeal to Taiwan and Hong Kong in the Wake of the International Financial Crisis; J. Cheng -- The China Model and the Global Crisis: A Historical Comparison; M. Wan
Summary While the rest of the world was mired in the Great Recession, the economies of Brazil, China and India stood out for their resilience. Yet these societies did not stand still. In this volume, leading China scholars from multiple disciplines dissect how China responded to the raging tides of global financial crisis at the macroeconomic level and in key sectors. They also analyze how the efforts to promote economic rebalancing and trade adjustment have affected state-society relations and governance in China. Taken as a whole, this important volume reveals much about the dynamics and dilemmas of China's political economy and governance
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009.
China -- Economic conditions -- 2000-
China -- Economic policy -- 2000-
Form Electronic book
Author Yang, Dali L.
ISBN 1137070463 (electronic bk.)
9781137070463 (electronic bk.)