Economics of Contemporary China: Policies and Practices
£75.00 Regular Price
Editor-in-Chief: Wang Yujing
Deputy Editor-in-Chief: Liu Shuhan, Zhu Hong
£75 €90 $120In 1949, the People’s Republic of China (P.R.C.) was founded. Since then it has seen fast economic development which can roughly be divided into two stages: planned economy and market economy. China’s economic development, especially the amazing achievements made after the adoption of the reform and opening-up policy—so-called “the Chinese Miracle”, has attracted worldwide attention. This book objectively presents contemporary China's economic policies and practices in the course of transformation from planned economy to market economy with rigorous data and detailed information.This book is intended principally for international readers, especially for those foreign students who are studying in Chinese universities or in their home country. The purpose of this book is to help them better understand the historical background, the development process and the overall features of the contemporary Chinese economy.
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