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China Economic Growth: Cause, Pros, Cons, Future

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Coursework of two take home essays of 1, words inclusive of bibliography and footnotes to be completed independently by each individual student. The essays should develop arguments, analysis and evidences on a specific research question or a set of research questions chosen by the student in consultation with teachers and should be related to the course materials covered.

Coursework of two take home essays of 1, words inclusive of bibliography and footnotes to be completed independently by each individual student.


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The essays should develop arguments, analysis and evidences on a specific research question or a set of research questions chosen by the student in consultation with teachers and should be related to the course materials covered. Survey questions on feedback to students may be non-informative because assessed work comes later in the term than the survey. Students are expected to write four essays or equivalent pieces of written work.

The 12th Five-Year Economic Plan — calls for a rebalancing of the Chinese economy with increased domestic demand and less reliance on exports, but until capital markets, specifically interest rates, are reformed and labour mobility is less restricted, Chinese workers will continue to see their dramatic improvements in productivity go elsewhere. A prodigious work with reams of data, numerous charts, and mathematical models and equations, this is without question an enormously well-researched book.

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Yet, for a non-technical economist such as this reviewer, the narrative at times gets a bit overwhelming and even leaden, with excessive references and asides in the text that should have been relegated to endnotes. Lawrence R.

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