Asian Development Review: Volume 32, Number 1
What are the economic, social and policy issues confronting the People's Republic of China as it moves towards a lower but more sustainable and inclusive growth path?
This special issue contains a selection of papers on the People’s Republic of China’s (PRC) economic growth and on policies that influence its pattern. It is generally accepted that the PRC can no longer sustain the double-digit growth rates it experienced in the last 3 decades as it undergoes economic transformation.
About the Asian Development Review
The Asian Development Review (ADR) is a professional journal for disseminating the results of economic development research relevant to Asia and the Pacific. ADR is published twice a year, in March and September, by MIT Press.
- Understanding the Slowing Growth Rate of the People’s Republic of China - Dwight H. Perkins
- Sustaining Growth of the People’s Republic of China - Justin Yifu Lin and Fan Zhang
- Trilemma Challenges for the People’s Republic of China - Masahiro Kawai and Li-Gang Liu
- How Does Financial Opening Affect Industrial Efficiency? The Case of Foreign Bank Entry in the People’s Republic of China - Ran Li and Yiping Huang
- Venture Capital Investment and the Post-IPO Performance of Entrepreneurial Firms: Evidence from the People’s Republic of China - Di Guo, Kun Jiang, and Xiaoting Mai
- Export Destination and Export Market Penetration of the People’s Republic of China—Past and Future - Rui Mao and Bin Zhang
- Health Care Expenditure over Life Cycle in the People’s Republic of China - Jin Feng, Pingyi Lou, and Yangyang Yu
- Education Inequality between Rural and Urban Areas of the People’s Republic of China, Migrants’ Children Education, and Some Implications - Dandan Zhang, Xin Li, and Jinjun Xue