Table of contents for China's surging economy : adjusting for more balanced development / edited by John Wong & Wei Liu.

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Table of Content: 
1China¿s Changing Economic Growth Modes in Historical Perspective
 Liu Wei & Cai Zhizhou, School of Economics, Peking University 
2	China¿s Economic Growth in East Asian Context 
John Wong, East Asian Institute, Singapore 
3China¿s Eleventh Five Year Plan: A Critical Perspective 
Tan Kong Yam, Asian Research Center, Nanyang Technology University, Singapore 
4China in Search of New Source of Growth
Wu Yanrui, School of Economics and Commerce, University of Western Australia
5Limited Catch-up and China¿s Economic Growth 
Yang Rudai & Yang Yao, China Center for Economic Research , Peking University
6Manufacturing Fragmentation and the Emergence of China as a Trading Nation
Sarah Tong, East Asian Institute, Singapore 
7China's Central-Local Fiscal Disparity
Lin Shuanglin, Department of Public Finance, Peking University
8China¿s Banking System Reform: A Critical Survey 
He Liping, Department of Finance, Beijing Normal University
9China's Capital Market Reform: Problem and Prospects
Lu Ding, Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan
Li Ning, Department of Business Policy, NUS business School, Singapore 
10Chinese Government Spending on Primary Education Inequality and Trend
 Zhao Litao & Tan Soon Heng, East Asian Institute, Singapore
11China's Demographic Dividend and Economic Growth
 Wang Dashu, School of Economics, Peking University 
12Problems and Prospects of China's Health Reform
 Ake Blomqvist, Department of Economics, National University of Singapore

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

China -- Economic conditions -- 2000-.
China -- Economic policy -- 2000-.