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The ability to critically assess existing understanding of economic and social issues, the limitations of that understanding and the limitations of their own knowledge and understanding of those issues. For help with Wattle, click here. What are some of the major regional reform experiments discussed by Xu?
Undergraduates are required to write two 5 page papers focused on the weekly readings, as well as to complete a take-home examination in the final week of the course. The ability to identify, define and analyse theoretical and applied economic problems and identify or devise approaches to investigate and solve these problems.
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Lecture Week 10, Tutorial Week Lecture Week 9, Tutorial Week What are some of the benefits of state ownership from the perspective of the Chinese government? Pritchett, Lant and Lawrence Summers, These surveys will be offered online, and students will be notified by email to their ANU address when the surveys are available in each course.
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Use OCW to guide your own life-long learning, or to teach others. Voice of America, Asia Service http:China’s economy required more complex investments too — in health care and and start-ups, for example.
A turning point for the Chinese economy came in With the recession affecting many other countries, China’s government took steps to avoid the recession and. This course analyses the development of China's economy between ideology and economic necessity, dramatic failure and extraordinary success.
This part of the course covers the period sincewhen the People's Republic of China was established. The final two weeks of the course will be devoted to student-led Panel Discussions to enable a deep exploration of some of the major themes presented throughout the course: themes that continue to be hotly debated both within and outside of China and which make the Chinese economy such a.
Description In this course we use the basic micro and macro economic s tools to better understand the modern Chinese economy. The course provides a broad survey of economics as applied to the analysis of the Chinese transition from. This course aims to provide a selective but in-depth review of the academic literature on China's economic development, in both historical and contemporary context.
It is targeted at students with some knowledge of economic theory and econometrics at the undergraduate level.
China's Transition to a Market Economy: How Far across the River?” in Nicholas C. Hope, Dennis Tao Yang, and Mu Yang Li, ed., How Far Across the River: Chinese Policy Reform at the Millennium.Download