6 edition of Export performance and enterprise reform in China"s coastal provinces found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 31-32).
|Series||Economics Division working papers., 95/2|
|Contributions||Australian National University. Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies.|
|LC Classifications||HC681.A1 E28 no. 95/2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||96116012|
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23 See Jean Oi, “Cadre networks, information diffusion, and market production in coastal China,” paper prepared for the World Bank Project on “Explaining Growth: Chinese Coastal Provinces and Mexican Maquiladoras,” , for details of these networks and how they provide information to Cited by: Market integration in China (English) Abstract. Over the last three decades, China's product, labor, and capital markets have become gradually more integrated within its borders, although integration has been significantly slower for capital by:
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China’s export performance has not been uniform across provinces or ownership forms. As shown in table 2, just six coastal provinces, Guang-dong, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Shandong, Zhejiang, and Fujian, produced 74% of China’s exports in Furthermore, over two-thirds of China’s ex.
The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution CenterCited by: The study utilizes data for 26 provinces between and in an export-augmented aggregate production function approach.
The results of our study support the hypothesis that exports have contributed to the growthh of provincial incomes in China for the period examined with both the cross-sectional and pooled analyses, with the results being primarily determined by the coastal provinces Cited by: The Development of China's Export Performance, Presentation by Javier Silva-Ruete, Alternate Executive Director, IMF.
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The Chinese economic reform Increased inequality is attributed to the disappearance of the welfare state and differences between coastal and interior provinces, the latter being burdened by a larger state sector.
Special publication for the 40th anniversary of China's Reform and Opening-up. This book is very important one, because Prof. This paper attempts to quantify the resource misallocation arising from firm ownership and to evaluate the SOE reform policy in China.
State-owned enterprises (SOEs) in China typically enjoy preferred policies such as better access to financial system, reflecting the connections between these firms and various levels of government. This, however, leads to potential important distortions, Cited by: 1.
Their average growth rate was percent, higher than that of the coastal provinces. But the post-reform period evidences the opposite result: The coastal provinces have an average growth rate of percent, and the inner provinces percent.
The economic reforms benefited the coastal provinces more than it did the inner by: The coastal area includes 11 provinces (including Beijing and Shanghai) and the inland area includes the rest of 19 provinces with Chongqing counted as a part of Sichuan Province. As indicated by GDP per capita (Table 5), the coastal area is much more developed than the inland by: Export Dummy is coded 1 if the firm has export sales and 0 is the ratio of directors with political connections to the total number of y includes all the grants, incentive, compensation fee, tax break, rebate and relief provided by the is a dummy coded 1 for the firms situated in the free trade zones and 0 : Piyush Sharma, Louis T.W.
Cheng, T.Y. Leung. China’s Special Economic Zones and Industrial Clusters: Success and Challenges China’s meteoric economic rise over the past three decades is an unprecedented “growth miracle” in human history.
Since the Open Door policy and reforms that began inChina’sFile Size: KB. As part of its economic reforms and policy of opening to the world, between and China established special economic zones (SEZs) in Shantou, Shenzhen, and Zhuhai in Guangdong Province and Xiamen in Fujian Province as well as designating the entire island province of Hainan as a special economic fied Chinese: 经济特区.
Socio-economic and cultural data have shown that Jiangsu Province can roughly be divided into three parts: the developed southern Jiangsu, moderately developed mid-Jiangsu, and poor northern Jiangsu.
Historically, southern Jiangsu is the more developed part of the Province. This intra-provincial disparity has enlarged during the post-reform by: The value of exports through intermediaries grows less in the inland region relative to the coastal region, and the negative effect is larger in inland provinces with greater exposure to the reform, measured using baseline reliance on trade through intermediaries.
There are 31 provincial administrative units (hereafter provinces) in China. These provinces are traditionally grouped into three regions: eastern, central, and western ().The “three economic belts” scheme is based on the Seventh Five-Year Plan (–) and is commonly used to analyze regional inequality in China (e.g., Fan and Sun,Lee,Wei,Yu and Wei, ).Cited by: China Takes Another Step Towards A Service Economy.
China's Zhejiang province on Novem (STR/AFP/Getty Images) Foreign investment is a key component of the reform plan, as Author: Sara Hsu. China's unequal transportation system—combined with important differences in the availability of natural and human resources and in industrial infrastructure—has produced significant variations in the regional economies of China.
Economic development has generally been more rapid in coastal provinces than in the interior and there are large disparities in per capita income between y group: Developing/Emerging, Upper. What drives the volatility of firm level productivity in China. (English) Abstract.
The enterprise reforms of the s profoundly changed the structure of the economy in China. With the deepening of market economy, the share of the state-owned and collective enterprises declined.
Expansion and contraction, as well as establishment. The role of exports in economic growth continues to be debated and tested in the literature on trade an development. China is a new player in this debate with its rapid entry into international makrets.
This paper extends some of the previous empirical studies on the relationship between exports and economic growth in order to assess to what extent China's remarkable export growth has Cited by: China - Southeast coastal region: strategic issues in ports and shipping development (English) Abstract.
Since the open door policy was initiated inthe Southeast Coastal Region has experienced phenomenal rates of growth in foreign trade, averaging over 20 percent per year. China's Total Exports recorded USD bn in Aprcompared with USD bn in the previous month.
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Tax remissions were limited, however, by the urgent need for revenues to carry on the conquest of China. It was not until the s, after the consolidation of military victory, that the Qing began to permit tax remissions on a large scale.