Regional Economic Development in China

Regional Economic Development in China

Saw Swee-Hock ; John Wong

Format: Print Book

ISBN: 9789812309419

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This book incorporates a selection of fourteen revised papers presented to the International Conference on "China's Regional Economic Development: Cooperation, Challenges and Opportunities for Singapore", organized jointly by the Saw Centre for Financial Studies, NUS Business School, and the East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, in May 2008. The fourteen chapters discuss in considerable detail the recent shift adopted by the Chinese Government towards the regional development of the country in order to achieve a more balanced economy for the whole country. The economic challenges and opportunities in the various parts of the region are examined in the context of this new policy. The book, with contributors from experts in the topics covered, will be invaluable to businessmen, analysts, academics, students, and policy-makers.

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Preliminary pages
1. China's Regional Economic Development: An Overview
2. New Trends in China's Regional Economic Development
3. Regional Economic Development in China: Agglomeration and Relocation
4. Cost Impact and Industrial Upgrading in Pearl River Delta Region: Case Study on Shenzhen and Dongguan
5. Development of Pearl River Delta as a Mega-city Region
6. Comparing Two Economic Regions: Indonesia-Malaysia-Singapore Growth Triangle and Pearl River Delta Region
7. Shanghai and Yangtze River Delta: A Revolving Relationship
8. Recent Developments in Yangtze River Delta and Singapore's Investment
9. Bohai Rim's Regional Development: Problems and Policy Options
10. Qingdao's New Development Strategies
11. Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-city: Features of a Model of Sustainable Living
12. FDI, Capital Formation, and Economic Growth of Western China: A Comparison Across Three Regions
13. Chongqing's Development Strategy and Its Role in China's Development
14. Regions with Net Outward Migration: Issues and Challenges

Subjects:Economic Development

Number of Pages: 332


Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

Publication Date: 40057

Format: HB

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