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Author Shiguo, Liu, author

Title The impact of foreign direct investment on income distribution in China / author, Liu Shiguo ; translator, Zhou Yong ; polisher, Andy H. Keller
Published [United Kingdom] : Paths International Ltd., [2014]
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Description 1 online resource
Series Foreign Investment in China
Foreign Investment in China
Contents Cover; Title Page; Contents; Chapter 1 Overview; Chapter 2 Overview of Research on the Effects of FDI on the Income Gap among Residents of the Host Country; Chapter 3 A Theoretical Model of the Effects of FDI on Income Distribution among Residents of the Host Country; Chapter 4 The Dynamic Panel Data Analysis Method; Chapter 5 Empirical Analysis of the Effects of FDI on the Income of Corporate Employees in China; Chapter 6 Empirical Analysis of the Effects of FDI on Employment in Chinese Enterprises
Chapter 7 Estimating a Simultaneous Equation Model of the Effects of FDI on Wage Rates and Employment at Chinese EnterprisesChapter 8 Measuring the Effects of FDI on Income Distribution in China; Chapter 9 Main Conclusions, Policy Recommendations, and Follow-up Research; References; Postscript; Copyright
Summary The income gap in China has been widening since the country started economic reform in 1978. It can be said that the increasing penetration of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) into the Chinese economy and a widening income gap among residents are two remarkable phenomena that appeared almost at the same time after China began reform and openness. People are therefore prone to correlate the two phenomena and ask: Is there a certain correlation between FDI and the widening income gap in China? If there is, how does the strength of this correlation evolve? What strength has it reached so far? How
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed October 20, 2014)
Subject Capital movements -- China.
Income distribution -- China.
Investments, Foreign -- China.
Form Electronic book
Author Keller, Andy H., editor
Yong, Zhou, translator
ISBN 1844642364 (electronic bk.)
9781844642366 (electronic bk.)