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Title China's fiscal and monetary policies in the new era / editors, Huang Da et al. ; translated by Hu Jinyan, Chen Xiaoli, Li Ying
Published [Reading] : Paths International Ltd ; [Beijing, China] : Economic Science Press, [2019]
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Description 1 online resource (xiii, 310 pages)
Contents Cover; Title; Abstract; Contents; Chapter 1 Introduction; 1.1 Research background basic consensus; 1.2 Existing literature: a brief review; 1.3 Analytical logic and research objective; 1.4 Related concepts and definitions; 1.5 Problems and difficulties; 1.6 Analytical structure and basic conclusions; Chapter 2: Economic Globalization and Trade Off; 2.1 Modem picture of global economy connection:the world after 16th century; 2.2 Benefits and costs of globali7.ation: question from Stiglitz; 2.3 Economic globalization: where are we going
5.2 Economic globalization and economy growth:evolution of theoretical logic andanalytical paradigm5.3 Economic globalization and economicgrowth: China as an example; 5.4 Conclusion and policy implications; Chapter 6: Global Economic Adjustment, Capital Flow and China's Economy Growth; 6. 1 Introduction; 6.2 Openness, capital flows and economic growth:theoretical logic and empirical test; 6.3 Capital flow and China ' s economic growth:empirical analysis; 6.4 Conclusion and policy implications; Chapter 7: Global Economy Growth, Economic Structure and Capital Market
7.1 Research background and problems7.2 Stucture change of global economy and capitalmarket: a historical perspective; 7.3 Economy growth, structure change andcapital market: a theoretical analysis; 7.4 Economic growth, structure change and capital market:China ' s practice; Chapter 8: China's Economy Growth and Capital Market in the Background of Global Economy Adjustment: Further Discussion; 8. 1 Introduction and data; 8.2 The connection between capital market andeconomic growth: theory and example; 8.3 Capital market and China ' s economy growth :empirical analysis
8.4 Why can't China's capital market have positive effecton economic structure change and economic growth8.5 Brief conclusion; Chapter 9: Global Economic Adjustment, Economic Growth and Fiscal Policy Choice: General Discussion; 9. 1 Introduction: adjustment theory and analyticalperspectives of analysis; 9.2 Economic adjustment stages and featuresof China ' s economic growth; 9.3 Fiscal policy choice: promoting a balanced economic growth; Chapter 10: Global Economic Adjustment, Balanced Economic Growth and Fiscal Policy Choice; 10. 1 Introduction
Chapter 3: Adjustment of Global Economy and China's Choice3. 1 China in global economic adjustment:a remote retrospect; 3.2 Trade choice and institution conflict in globaleconomic adjustment; 3.3 Government ' s role and policy choicein global economic adjustment; Chapter 4: Institution Change, Degree of Openness and Economic Growth; 4.1 Theory of institution-economy growth; 4.2 Degree of openness, institution change andeconomic growth: econometric analysis; 4.3 Conclusion; Chapter 5: Economic Globalization and China's Economic Growth : Relationship and Efficiency; 5. 1 Introduction
Notes "Chinese fund for the humanities and social sciences."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Fiscal policy -- China.
Monetary policy -- China.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Economics -- Macroeconomics.
Economic history.
Economic policy.
Fiscal policy.
Monetary policy.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Economic Conditions.
China -- Economic conditions -- 2000-
China -- Economic policy -- 2000-
China.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Form Electronic book
Author Chen, Xiaoli, translator.
Hu, Jinyan, translator
Huang, Da, editor.
Li, Ying, translator.
ISBN 1844644979
9781844644971