|About the Book|
China has quickly moved into a critical point in the sense that its past performance in economic growth and development has created so many unsolved problems, and for such problems to be addressed, a better understanding of these problems and a clearMoreChina has quickly moved into a critical point in the sense that its past performance in economic growth and development has created so many unsolved problems, and for such problems to be addressed, a better understanding of these problems and a clear policy framework are required for policy makers to conduct reforms. Based on high level empirical research on Chinas economic development by each of the contributors, this edited book provides an in-depth and clear analysis of many of important issues facing Chinas move to new phase of economic development and transformation, and discusses policy issues involved in further reforms.Contents: Reforming SOEs under Chinas State Capitalism (Julan Du and Yong Wang)Rebalancing Chinas Economy: Increasing the Role of Interest Rates and RMB Exchange Rates Reform (Qianjin Lu)Chinas Labour Market, Rural-Urban Migration and Growth Pattern: Future Prospect (Zhao Chen, Shiqing Jiang, Ming Lu and Hiroshi Sato)Chinas Poverty Reduction via Economic Growth: Looking Back and Forward (Yuan Zhang)Poverty of Chinese Farmers: What Should the Chinese Government Do? (Tangjun Yuan)Rising Inter-industrial Income Inequality in China: Can It Be Narrowed and How? (Zhao Chen, Ming Lu and Guanghua Wan)Chinas Health Transition and Future Health Care Financing (Jin Feng)Enhancing the Income Distribution Effect of the Social Security System in China: Empirics and Policy Suggestions (Lixin He)The Challenge of Housing Affordability in Urban China (Jie Chen)Intergovernmental Transfer and Regional Balanced Development: New Reform Agenda (Ziying Fan)Redesigning Chinas Trade Policy in the Post-Crisis Era (Changyuan Luo and Lin Chen)Energy-Saving and Emission-Abating: Chinas New Development Strategy in 2009 2049 (Shiyi Chen)The Costs and Benefits of Relational Governance and Chinas Road to Modernity (Yongqin Wang)The Future Trajectory of Chinas Political Reform: A Property Rights Interpretation (Gary H Jefferson and Jun Zhang)Readership: Academics, professionals and students interested in Chinas economic development.