China : Trade, Foreign Direct Investment, and Development by Yanqing Jiang

By Yanqing Jiang

Trade and overseas direct funding (FDI) play an important function in shaping China’s improvement suggestions. the improvement of China’s economic climate creates powerful pressures for non-stop restructuring. China for that reason explores how alternate and FDI impact China’s improvement recommendations concerning the technique and development of restructuring. The publication goals to supply the reader with findings that shed new mild at the similar matters and difficulties. the 1st bankruptcy introduces the subjects, and next chapters input into theoretical dialogue and empirical research of exchange, FDI, and improvement recommendations, by means of a concluding ultimate chapter.

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    • applies quite a few statistical and econometric methods
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Tsui, Kai-yuen (2007) ‘Forces shaping China’s interprovincial inequality,’ Review of Income and Wealth, 53(1), 60–92. ; and Chen, Z. (2007) ‘Globalization and regional income inequality: empirical evidence from within China,’ Review of Income and Wealth, 53(1), 35– 59. D. (2003) ‘Sources of China’s economic growth 1952–1999: incorporating human capital accumulation,’ China Economic Review, 14, 32–52. : World Bank. 27 China WB (2005) World Development Report 2006: Equity and Development. New York: Oxford University Press.

Y ¼ ðy1 ; . . ; yG Þ is a vector of regional GDP per capita, where yg ¼ ðyg;1 ; . . ; yg;Ng Þ. g;n ¼ Mg;n = G g¼1 k¼1 Mg;k , in which the letter M stands for population. In the present study China’s regions are grouped into the eastern, central, and western zones so that G is equal to 3. Eq. 1 can be applied to examine how overall interregional inequality in China has changed over time. To help us focus on the income gap between coastal and inland regions, we can further decompose the overall inequality measure in Eq.

OECD (2005) OECD Economic Surveys: China, Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Perkins, D. (1988) ‘Reforming China’s economic system,’ Journal of Economic Literature, 26, 601–45. Romer, D. (2006) Advanced Macroeconomics, Third Edition, New York: McGrawHill. Psacharopoulos, G. (1994) ‘Returns to investment in education: a global update,’ World Development, 22, 1325–43. Sisci, F. ’ Asia Times Online, 20 October 2005. html The Economist (2005) ‘The OECD on China’s economy: a model of reform,’ The Economist, 15 September 2005.

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