China and its Regions

China and its Regions

Economic Growth and Reform in Chinese Provinces

New Horizons in International Business series

Edited by Mary-Françoise Renard

In twenty years of reform in China, the key development has been the opening-up of the market to foreign trade and international investment. This increased economic openness has been accompanied by profound changes in both economic organisation and regional disparity. This comprehensive book focuses on the link between these economic reforms and the causes – and ultimately the implications – of regional inequalities in the most populous country in the world.

Chapter 7: Changes in Income Inequality in China’s Transition

Shi Li

Subjects: asian studies, asian business, asian economics, business and management, asia business, international business, economics and finance, asian economics, international business


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