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Bibliography on Contemporary China Studies: Economic Growth

28 References, July 3, 2006

Economic Growth (GDP, Growth Rates, Reform)

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Amsden, Alice H. (2003): The Rise of "The Rest": Challenges to the West from Late-Industrializing Economies. Oxford, New York (Oxford University Press)

Berthélemy, Jean-Claude / Démurger, Silvie (1998): Foreign direct investment and economic growth: Theoretical issues and empirical application to China. In: Review of Development Economics, Vol. 4, No. 2, 140-155

Cannon, Terry (Ed.) (2000): China's economic growth: The impact on regions, migration, and the environment. New York (St. Martin's Press)

Chen, Baizhu / Feng, Yi (2000): Determinants of economic growth in China: Private enterprise, education and openness. In: China Economic Review, Vol. 11, No 1, 1-15

Chen, Jian / Fleisher, Belton M. (1996): Regional income inequality and economic growth in China. In: Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol. 22, No. 2, 141-164

Démurger, Sylvie (2001): Infrastructure development and economic growth: An explanation for regional disparities in China? In: Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol. 29, No. 1, 95-117

Fan, Shenggen / Zhang, Linxiu / Zhang, Xiaobo (2002): Growth, inequality, and poverty in rural China. The role of public investments. Washington, DC (International Food Policy Research Institute, Research Report 125)

Henderson, Callum (1999): China on the brink. The myths and realities of the world's largest market. New York, et al. (McGraw-Hill)

Hornik, R. (1995): Bursting China's bubble. In: Foreign Affairs, Vol. 73, No. 3, 28-42

Krugman, Paul (1994): The myth of Asia's miracle. In: Foreign Affairs, Vol. 73, No. 6, 62-78

Landes, David (1998): The wealth and poverty of nations: Why some are so rich and some are so poor. New York , NY (W.W. Norton & Company)

Logan, Jeffrey (): Diverging energy and economic growth in China: Where has all the coal gone? In: Pacific and Asian Journal of Energy, Vol. 11, No. 1, 1-13

Lu, Feng (2001): Poverty reduction through Growth: China's experiences. Paper presented ath the Regional Conference on National Poverty Reduction Strategies, organized by the World Bank and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Hanoi, Vietnam, December 4-6, 2001

Maddison, Agnus (1998): Chinese economic performance in the long run. OECD, Development Studies Centre

Mody, Ashoka / Wang, Fang-Yi (1997): Explaining industrial growth in coastal China: Economic reforms ... and what else? In: The World Bank Economic Review, Vol. 11, No. 2, 293-325

Morrison, Wayne M. (2005): China's economic conditions. Updated July 1, 2005. Washington, DC (Congressional Research Service, The Library of Congress, CRS Issue Brief for Congress, Order Code IB98014)

Peng, Yusheng (1999): Agricultural and nonagricultural growth and intercounty inequality in China, 1985-1991. In: Modern China, Vol. 25, No. 3, 235-263

Ravallion, Martin / Chen, Shaohua (2004): China's (Uneven) Progress Against Poverty. Washington, DC (World Bank, Development Research Group, World Bank Policy Research Paper 3408)

Rozelle, Scott / Zhang, Linxiu / Hunang, Jikun (2000): China's war on poverty. Stanford, CA (Stanford University, Center for Research on Economic Development and Policy Reform, Working Paper No. 60)

Sachs, Jeffrey D. / Woo, Wing Thye (1997): Understanding China's Economic Performance. Cambridge, MA (Harvard Institute for International Development, Development Discussion Paper, No. 575)

Srinivasan, T. N. (2003): China and India: Growth and poverty, 1980 - 2000. Stanford, CA (Stanford University, Stanford Center for International Development, Working Paper, No. 182)

Taube, Markus / Ögütçü, Mehmet (2002): Main Issues on Foreign Investment in China's Regional Development: Prospects and Policy Challenges. In: OECD: Foreign Direct Investment in China: Callenges and Prospects for Regional Development.

Wang, Sangui / Li, Zhou / Ren, Yanshun (2004): The 8-7 National Poverty Reduction Program in China - The national strategy and its impact. A case study from reducing poverty, sustaining growth - what works, what doesn't and why. Beijing (Institute of Agricultural Economics, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences). Implementing agency contact: Fuhe Liu, Director General, Policy and Law Department, Leading Group for Poverty Reduction, State Council. The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank.

Wen, Julie Jie / Tisdell, Clement A. (2001): Tourism and China's development: policies, regional economic growth and ecotourism. Singapore, New Jersey (World Scientific)

Wilson, Dominic / Purushothaman, Roopa (2003): Dreaming with BRICs: The Path to 2050. Goldman Sachs, Global Economics Paper, No. 99

Wu, Guobao / Yang, Qiulin / Huang, Chengwei (2004): The China southwest poverty reduction project. A case study from "reducing poverty, sustaining growth - what works, what doesn't, and why. Beijing (Rural Development Institute, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences). Implementing agency contact: Wu, Zhong, Director General, External Department Leading Group for Poverty Reduction, State Council. The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank.

Wu, Harry (1998): How rich is China and how fast has the economy grown? Statistical controversies. Canberra, Asia Pacific School of Economics and Management, The Australian National University (China Economic Papers, 1998. Published online by NCDS Asia Pacific Press)

Ya, Shujie (1999): Economic Growth, Income Inequality, and Poverty in China Under Economic Reforms. In: Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 35, No. 6, 104-130

Yabuki, Susumu (1995): China's New Political Economy. The Giant Awakes. Bolder, San Francisco, Oxforg (Westview Press)

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