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Contemporary China

The Dynamics of Change at the Start of the New Millennium

Edited by Jurgen Haacke, Peter Preston

Routledge – 2002 – 360 pages

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    978-0-7007-1637-1
    November 28th 2002

Description

With a large and growing economy and a leadership dedicated both to domestic reform and the further integration into international society and the world economy, China is facing and posing important challenges at the local, national, regional and wider international level. This book analyses the developmental trajectories of China up to and into the new millennium. Focusing on the substance and underlying forces of change, it considers issues and developments in monetary policy, foreign exchange policy, the trade regime, state-owned enterprise reform, regional economic development as well as social changes, particularly those related to social welfare reform and the Internet. The book also covers economic and political developments in 'Greater China', particularly the prospects of reunification after Taiwan's presidential elections, and analyses the core issues and challenges in China's contemporary relations with the USA, Japan, South-East Asia and Europe.

Reviews

'Strong analytical expositions of some components of change in China … can be recommended to undergraduate and graduate students.' - China Quarterly

Name: Contemporary China: The Dynamics of Change at the Start of the New Millennium (Hardback)Routledge 
Description: Edited by Jurgen Haacke, Peter Preston. With a large and growing economy and a leadership dedicated both to domestic reform and the further integration into international society and the world economy, China is facing and posing important challenges at the local, national, regional and wider...
Categories: Chinese Studies, Chinese Economics, Chinese Politics