China's Ecomic Development, 1950-2014: Fundamental Changes and Long-Term Prospects is a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of Chinese ecomic development from 1950-2014 focusing on current world-wide attention to the ecomic reform. Chu-yuan Cheng covers a wide range of topics, including the cultural effects and ideological influences on China's ecomic development; the process of China's transition from a planned to a market ecomy, leadership changes and the root of the Cultural Revolution; the machine-building industry and scientific and engineering manpower in China; China's new development plans in the twenty-first century and the process and consequence of the Quiet Revolution ; the international ecomic relations including the U.S.-China, Si-Japanese ecomic relations and access to WTO; ecomic relations across the Taiwan Strait and the formation of the Greater China Ecomic Sphere; and the long-term development prospect of the Chinese ecomy in the twenty-first century and beyond.
Dr. Chu-Yuan Cheng is professor emeritus of economics at Ball State University.
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Economics: Professional & General
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3 black & white illustrations, 6 charts, 57 tables