Guest Editor's Introduction
So you think the economic reforms instituted in China since 1978 have been a great success? That China, now the world's third largest economy in gross terms, is "on a roll" toward becoming an "economic giant" and one of the major players in the newly emerging global economy? That, compared to former communist countries that adopted political democracy >i>and>/i> reform, especially Russia, China has maintained a better balance between political stability and economic growth that should, in fact, be emulated by other comparable nations? The "Chinese economic miracle" is a reality, you believe, and so the world must sit up and take notice.
Volume (Year): 33 (2000)
Issue (Month): 3 (May)
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