Growth and Governance
Studying growth in Developing Asia today needs more than the mathematical result of inputs and outputs. In-depth analyses on the way strategies and systems interact are needed to understand how economies can pursue sustainable growth in times of great change.
At the heart of this study is China. We examine the challenges involved in taking the RMB to global prominence. We look at the need for rule of law and governance within the country’s government systems, and how this can result in a sustainable growth model for the world’s biggest economy.
Liu Mingkang, Michael Spence, Geng Xiao, Wu Jinglian, Zhang Yansheng,
AGI Lecture Notes
Capturing China’s $5 Trillion Productivity OpportunitySep 9, 2016
Working Paper: Can the Chinese Bond Market Facilitate a Globalizing Renminbi?May 26, 2015
Services in Global Value Chains: Solar Panel Manufacturing in ChinaApr 24, 2015
Issue Brief: The Growth of Foshan: A Tale of State and MarketNov 29, 2013
Working Paper: Bank Readiness for Interest Rate Liberalization in ChinaAug 30, 2013