2 edition of Capital formation in Mainland China, 1952-1965. found in the catalog.
Capital formation in Mainland China, 1952-1965.
Bibliography: p. 174-175.
|Series||Michigan studies on China, Michigan studies on China|
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|Pagination||x, 178 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||178|
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About the Book. In the s and s, the Chinese government exerted unprecedented efforts and marshaled enormous economic resources for the purpose of capital formation. It was difficult for the rest of the world to determine precisely how successful these efforts were because of the incompleteness of official investment statistics.
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Capital Formation in Mainland China, (Paperback) By Kang Chao. University of California Press,pp. Publication Date: Octo Additional Physical Format: Online version: Zhao, Gang, Capital formation in mainland China, Berkeley, University of California Press .
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Tokyo, Institute of Asian Economic Affairs, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Shigeru Ishikawa. Then, this paper measures the contribution of capital formation to the growth of these sectors, the effects of the Great Leap Forward of – and of the Cultural Revolution of – on outputs, the impact of economic reforms since on growth, the rates of return to capital, and the effects of sectorial growths on relative prices.
This book addresses the historical relationship that has arisen between the concept of capitalism and the idea of China. Formulated by European intellectuals in order to identify the social formation in which they found themselves, capitalism was portrayed as unique to Europe and as an organic outgrowth of Western civilization.
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In the s, rural China gained the upper hand. In the s, urban China triumphed. In the s, the Chinese state reversed many of its rural experiments, with long-lasting damage to the economy and society. A weak financial sector, income disparity, rising illiteracy, productivity. Based on data from China's statistical yearbooks, reports from the Administrations for Industry and Commerce, and industry surveys, the Index was created to capture the progress of China's economic and institutional transition and is published annually as a book (for the most recent one, see Fan et al., ).
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The results show that capital investment in agriculture by both government and farmers has risen significantly in the past two and a half decades Cited by: 4. He says a correlation between physical capital formation and agriculture, industry, construction, transportation and trade have a high tendency of promoting economic growth in China.
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Capital Formation in Mainland China, by Kang Chao (Author) October ; Paperback $, £K. C. Yeh. Capital formation in Communist China Fault Lines in China’s Economic Terrain Long-Term Economic and Military Trends The United States and Asia The Economy of the Chinese Mainland: National Income and Economic Development,Volume II (Appendixes) On the mainland, fixed-capital formation has been running at more than 40 per cent of GDP for more than 10 years, far above levels elsewhere .