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The Book of Leviathan gSomewhat dry but otherwise veryood and useful reading One major structural observation I found very useful was the division of CHina s reform into 2 stages from 1978 to 1993 a reform without losers as Naughton calls it and then 1993 to the present a reform with losers On the reform Naughton also notes how remarkable it is that China managed to transition its economy without the major macroeconomic disturbances or the widespread banditry observed in the disintegrated USSR he attributes this to the policy of maintaining the state s provision of critical industriesservices while opening up to markets on margin such that

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Ession from basic and easy to understand topics to technical chapters such As Finance Because Of finance Because of it is suitable for both people with and without a background in economics If you want a book on the the Chinese Economy this is the one Great in detail and well organized Written by one of my professors from rad school and we used it in his class Honestly class time wasn t very necessary after closely reading the book My copy is well highlighted Excellent overview and ood detail of the Chinese economics and transition Learnt a lot about China from this book Read most of the first edition and loved the clarity of writing Important fascinating topic Looking forward and loved the clarity of writing Important fascinating topic Looking forward reviewing 2nd edition The first few chapters background and history of the Chinese economy were extraordinary and should be reuired reading for anyone doing anything related to China Then the book Riding Hard got really dry and outdated mostly repackaged literature reviews or journal articles not very interesting unless you need specific data for further research Still aood resource to keep on the shelf This was the textbook used for a sinology course in uni The chapters are clear structured and most of them were easy to read Interesting for those who want to know about the history of chinas economic transition from pre 1978 till about 2005 Some chapters might be boring though. Also for placing China's economy in interesting comparative contexts discussing it in relation to other transitional or developing economies and to such advanced industrial countries as the United States and Japan It provides both a broad historical and macro perspective as well as a focused examination of the actual workings of China's complex and dynamic economic development Interest in the Chinese economy will only row as China becomes an increasingly important player on the world's stage This book will be the standard reference for understanding and teaching about the next economic superpowe. Ucture there is some recognition that the major remain SOE controlled but there is not input on how and why even areas like the property market ostensibly freely controlled but there is not much input on how and why even areas like the property market ostensibly freely priced are still extremely dependent on policy direction one of the best researches MADE ON CHINESE ECONOMY WELL EXPLAINED AND ANALYZED INSIGHTFUL on chinese economy well explained and analyzed Insightful and not that out of date all consideringThere are alot of worse books on China so this one is pretty passabledefinitely an option to read but its not enius eminently readable or illuminating The Chinese Economy is a long dry book that covers everything you could possibly want to know about the country s economy There is background material on their economy before 1949 and the industrialization reform and market transitions that have taken place since Writer Barry Naughton also discusses different aspects of the modern Chinese economy and patterns of rowth and development including population rowth and the one child family policy Of particular interest for me at least was the information on international trade and foreign investment particularly in the United States I would imagine you would need to be really interested in the subject to enjoy the book but if China s economy does interest you then I would recommend this This is a Der Verlorene Koffer: A Graded Reader for Beginning Students great overview of China s economy Particularly useful is the progr. Nomy and the industrialization reform and market transition that have taken place since the book examines different aspects of the modern Chinese economy It analyzes patterns ofrowth and development including population rowth and the one child family policy; the rural economy including agriculture and rural industrialization; industrial and technological development in urban areas; international trade and foreign investment; macroeconomic trends and cycles and the financial system; and the largely unaddressed problems of environmental uality and the sustainability of rowthThe text is notable.