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China's Evolving Growth Model: The Foshan Story

Author(s): Geng Xiao, Zhang Yansheng, Law Cheung Kwok, Dominic Meagher

Date: May 11, 2015

Theme(s): China

Publications: Books & Reports

The Foshan Story exemplifies China’s reform driven growth model and shows clearly how the necessary institutional changes emerge not only from the “right” state-market balance but from co-operation between the two.

It is a behemoth – by some measures the biggest in the world – and when it sneezes, there is probably not a place on the planet that doesn’t at least shiver. Yet, for all that, China’s economy is poorly understood.

China’s Evolving Growth Model: The Foshan Story offers a systematic method of understanding the nation’s governance and transition to a market-based economy by examining the evolution of one of its most dynamic cities. With more than seven million people and a top-tier per capita GDP by World Bank standards, the southeastern city of Foshan has been in the vanguard of China’s market reforms since 1978.

 

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