Few observers are unimpressed by the economic ambition of China or by the nation's remarkable rate of growth. But what does the future hold? This meticulously researched book closely examines the strengths and weaknesses of the Chinese economic system to discover where the nation may be headed and what the Chinese experience reveals about emerging market economies. The authors find that contrary to popular belief, cutting-edge innovation is not a prerequisite for sustained economic vitality-and that China is a perfect case in point.
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Dan Breznitz is an associate professor at the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs and the College of Management, and an associate professor by courtesy at the School of Public Policy at Georgia Institute of Technology. He is author of the award-winning book Innovation and the State, published by Yale University Press, and a Sloan Foundation Industry Studies Fellow. He lives in Atlanta. Michael Murphree is a project coordinator at the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He lives in Atlanta.Review:
"Run of the Red Queen" is an important book. It should make both Chinese bureaucrats and Western pundits think twice before pronouncing on China's "innovation deficit".
--The Economist - Schumpeter
"One of the best, if not the best, book written in the last ten years on Innovation in China."
Arnoud DE MEYER, President: SMU
Run of the Red Queen offers a fresh, powerful, in-depth empirical account of some of the dynamics behind China's economic growth. Doug Guthrie Science July 22, 2011
"A new, illuminating book" Tyler Cowen New York Times Aug 20th, 2011
"Run of the Red Queen makes, we think, many important contributions to furthering our understanding of IT and the impact of the Internet, our understanding of economic development, and our understanding of China. It should be read by anybody wishing to better understand these topics." -- Jefferey Barlow Interface
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