Chinese Industrialisation: Path Dependence and the Transition to a New Model
China�s economic structure can be characterised as both over-industrialised and under-urbanised relative to its level of income per head. Further, for such a large economy, it is highly export oriented. The design of any new growth model will need to respect these major structural legacies. The �overindustrialised� assessment reflects a high proportion of secondary activity in gross value added relative to its peers; and the under-urbanised assessment reflects the fact that the policy framework...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Press (1965-Present)|
|Source:||China: A New Model for Growth and Development|
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