In the completely revised second edition of this highly praised book, Susumu Yabuki, one of Japan's leading China experts, and Stephen M. Harner, A Shanghai-based investment banker, present a comprehensive and accessible analysis of China's political economy.The authors provide dozens of easy-to-grasp and up-to-date graphs, charts, tables, and maps to illustrate the reality of China, as they explain and comment on political, economic, financial and trade trends.Placing issues in historical perspective, and with a view to trends into the twenty-first century, the authors survey the realities of China's area and population, agriculture, energy needs, pollution, industrial structure, township and village enterprises, state-owned enterprise reform, unemployment, economic regions, foreign investment, state finances, fiscal and monetary policy, China's financial institutions, foreign financial institutions in China, stock markets, international finance, balance of payments and exchange rate policy, corporate finance, the role of Shanghai, government institution reform, foreign trade, the roles of Hong Kong and Taiwan, U.S.-China relations, and Japan-China relations.Useful as an introduction to China's economics, finance, and politics for students, and as a desktop reference volume for corporations, organizations, and individuals considering doing business in China, this unique study fills a genuine gap in the literature.
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(229mm x 153mm x 20mm)
Westview Press Inc
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Author Biography - Susumu Yabuki
Susumu Yabuki one of Japan's leading "China watchers," is professor of economics at the Yokohama City University. Stephen M. Harner is chief representative of Deutsche Bank AG, Shanghai representative office since 1996. Susumu Yabuki one of Japan's leading "China watchers," is professor of economics at the Yokohama City University. Stephen M. Harner is chief representative of Deutsche Bank AG, Shanghai representative office since 1996.