How much external demand contributes to the growth of the Chinese Economy? - Brown Bag Lunch Seminar

The global financial crisis and the eurozone crisis have led to questions about the sustainability of the People’s Republic of China’s dependence on external demand. However, conventional measures of external demand: net exports-over-GDP and exports-over-GDP are biased and do not accurately measure the contribution of external demand to GDP growth.

This seminar proposes a simple GDP accounting approach to more accurately measure the contribution of external demand to the growth of the Chinese economy.

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