Table of contents for The globalization of the Chinese economy / edited by Shang-Jin Wei, Guanzhong James Wen, Huizhong Zhou.


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 1. A Globalizing China: An Introduction                       1
   Shang-Jin Wei, Guanzhong James Wen and Huizong Zhou

PART 1: TRANSFORMATION IN THE CHINESE ECONOMY                 11

 2. Revamping the Industrial Policies                         13
   Ding Lu
 3. The Future of the Agricultural Sector                     34
   D. Gale Johnson
 4. Telecommunications: Moving Towards Competition            47
   Ding Lu
 5. Telecommunications: Recent Rate Adjustments               68
   Huizhong Zhou
 6. Automobile and Fuel Industries                            82
   Jason Z Yin and David F. Gates

PART 2: SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS                                  101

 7. Reconfiguration of the Labor Market                      103
   Haizheng Li and Guifang (Lynn) Yang
 8. Regional Inequality                                      118
   Xiaobo Zhang and Kevin Honglin Zhang
 9. Urbanization and Population Relocation                   134
   Guanzhong James Wen

PART 3: LINKAGE WITH THE WORLD                               153

 10. The Impact on the US and Other Countries                 155
   Zhi Wang
 11. The Impact on Taiwan                                    190
   Chen-yuan Tung
 12. Foreign Investment in China: Macro Determinants         205
   Kevin Honglin Zhang
 13. Foreign Investment in China: Firm Strategies            221
   Minquan Liu, Luodan Xu and Liu Liu



 14. Explosion of Trade Disputes?                              244
   Jason Z. Yin and Doowon Lee





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: China Foreign economic relations, Globalization Economic aspects China, Globalization Social aspects China, Investments, Foreign China, China Economic policy 2000-China Economic conditions 2000-International economic integration