Contains a collection of research reports on the impact of China’s recent high economic growth and explores regional issues such as inequality, distribution of the creative class, FDI and industrial policies.
This report examines the causes of the trade gap between China and developed countries and provides an historical, theoretical, and empirical analysis that reviews China’s foreign trade system and the evolutionary process of foreign institutions.
John F. Weeks exposes the myths of mainstream economics and explains in straightforward language why current policies fail to serve the vast majority of people in the United States, Europe and elsewhere.
This book views economic development in terms of the long-run well-being of humanity, social stability, environmental sustainability, and just distribution of economic gains. The relationship between economic development and globalization is also presented.