The economic rise of China has had an unprecedented global impact, but its rapid trajectory has left many questions about the causes of China's success and whether it is sustainable. Through a thorough analysis of China's recent history and economic development process, the authors of this book demonstrate that China's economic 'miracle' is the result of pragmatic and well thought out policies implemented in an effective and timely manner. They also provide insight into how China's continued economic rise will affect the rest of the world. Topics of analysis include why Communism first won out in China, pragmatic and authoritarian leadership, and post-Cultural Revolution development strategies.Über den Autor:
Ken Moak is recently retired from Capilano University, Canada, where he taught for over 30 years. He taught in China for a number of summers, where he developed an interest in the country's rapid economic development and observed an economy, polity, and society much different from those portrayed by Western media.
Miles W.N. Lee (Weining Li) is a senior researcher at the China Development Institute, China, where he has developed an international vision by working on projects in Africa, Asia, and Central and North America. His research focuses on the development of Chinese small and medium enterprises and regional economy.
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