The New Chinese Economy: Dynamic Transitions into the Future by Elias C. GrivoyannisThe New Chinese Economy: Dynamic Transitions into the Future by Elias C. Grivoyannis

The New Chinese Economy: Dynamic Transitions into the Future

byElias C. Grivoyannis

Paperback | April 3, 2012

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The most recent account of what is going on in the fast changing world and Chinese economics. Topics in the book include economic development, banking and finance, education reform, consumption patterns, the impact of social networking, population dynamics, policy making, and the challenges ahead for the rising economic global superpower.
ELIAS C. GRIVOYANNIS Associate Professor of Economics at Yeshiva University, USA, specializing in Forensic Economics, Health Economics, International Economics, Financial Markets and Institutions, Econometrics, Energy and Environmental Economics.
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Title:The New Chinese Economy: Dynamic Transitions into the FutureFormat:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.43 inPublished:April 3, 2012Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230115683

ISBN - 13:9780230115682

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Table of Contents

A Historic Background of China's Economy International Implications of China's Opening Economy The Role of Government Agencies in China's Economic Growth Land Property Rights and Land Transferring in China's Industrialization Process Private Banking Development in Modern China Higher Education Reform and Precautionary Savings in China Social Network and Consumption Smoothing in Rural China Accounting for Consumption Inequality in China's Population The Dynamics of Income Distribution in Chinese Cities The Club Convergence Across Chinese Provinces Population Mobility to Chinese Cities and Policies for the Equalization of Public Services Financial and Economic Stability in China at the End of the US Great Moderation