Annual Analysis of Competitiveness, Simulation Studies and Development Perspective for 34 Greater China Economies: 2000 - 2010

Annual Analysis of Competitiveness, Simulation Studies and Development Perspective for 34 Greater China Economies: 2000 - 2010

By: Wei Cher Yoong Sangiita (author), Yuan Randong (author), Khee Giap Tan (author), Mu Yang (author)Hardback

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China is emerging as one of the economic giants of the world, and is gaining international influence and global leadership that commensurate with its rise. China's performance will have far-reaching consequences on whether the economic awakening of the country, which began more than three decades ago, can become a good model to be emulated by other developing economies.This book is a collection of policy papers and data-sets for the 34 Greater China economies. With a comprehensive approach to competitiveness, the research by Asia Competitiveness Institute (ACI) at Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, takes into account different factors that collectively shape the ability of a nation to achieve substantial and inclusive economic development over a sustained period of time.ACI's methodology goes beyond rankings as it conducts policy simulations on how each economy can improve its competitiveness. These policy simulations are a compelling value-added proposition as they enable policymakers, industry leaders and administrators to identify relative challenges and opportunities, and to prioritise areas in crafting public policies and development strategies.

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  • publication date: 28/02/2014
  • ISBN13: 9789814579421
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 1164
  • ID: 9789814579421
  • weight: 2141
  • ISBN10: 9814579424

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