Here we will be exploring modern day china and what transformed it from a half crippled failed state into the economic superpower we know today. If you haven’t already seen the first two video’s in this series I would encourage you to watch those as well, it doesn’t necisarily have to be in order but it is important to understand that china was once the world most powerful economy, then it wasn’t and now it may be all over again.
#economics #china #trade
Patreon – https://www.patreon.com/EconomicsExplained
Nee, V., 1992. Organizational dynamics of market transition: hybrid forms, property rights, and mixed economy in China. Administrative science quarterly
Chai, J.C., 1998. China: Transition to a market economy. OUP Catalogue
The annual data of China’s GDP published on China NBS: National data – annual – national accounts – Cross Domestic Product Archived 14 June 2018
Chi-Yun, C.H.E.N., 2005. Han Dynasty China: Economy, Society, and State Power–A Review of Cho-yun Hsu, Han Agriculture: The Formation of Early Chinese Agrarian Economy
Cheung, Y.W., Lai, K.S. and Bergman, M., 2004. Dissecting the PPP puzzle: the unconventional roles of nominal exchange rate and price adjustments. Journal of International Economics
Schurmann, F., 1973. Ideology and organization in communist China. Univ of California Press
Chang, J.K., 1969. Industrial Development in Pre-Communist China: A Quantitative Analysis. Aldine Publishing Company
Peng, X., 1987. of the Great Leap Forward in China’s Provinces. Population and development review
Li, W. and Yang, D.T., 2005. The great leap forward: Anatomy of a central planning disaster. Journal of Political Economy
Bachman, D. and Bachman, D.M., 2006. Bureaucracy, economy, and leadership in China: The institutional origins of the Great Leap Forward. Cambridge University Press
Chen, Y., 2009. Cold War competition and food production in China, 1957-1962. Agricultural history
Mastel, G., 2016. The Rise of the Chinese Economy: The Middle Kingdom Emerges: The Middle Kingdom Emerges. Routledge.