China's new place in a world in crisis : economic geopolitical and environmental dimensions

Full title: China's new place in a world in crisis : economic geopolitical and environmental dimensions / editors Ross Garnaut, Ligang Song, Wing Thye Woo.
Other authors: Garnaut, Ross.
Song, Ligang.
Woo, Wing Thye.
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245 0 0 |a China's new place in a world in crisis :  |b economic geopolitical and environmental dimensions /  |c editors Ross Garnaut, Ligang Song, Wing Thye Woo. 
264 1 |a Acton, A.C.T. :  |b ANU E Press,  |c 2009. 
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490 1 |a China Update Series 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0 0 |g Part I  |t China's New Place in World Economy and Politics.  |t China's place in a world in crisis /  |r Ross Garnaut --  |t China and international fi nancial reform /  |r Wing Thye Woo --  |t From an effi cient to a viable international financial market /  |r Chen Ping --  |t China's increasing external wealth /  |r Guonan Ma and Haiwen Zhou --  |t The geo-strategic implications of China's growth /  |r Hugh White --  |t Part II  |t Macroeconomic Adjustments Amid Global Recession.  |t China's exchange rate policy, its current account surplus, and the global imbalances /  |r W. Max Corden --  |t Macroeconomic performance amid global crisis /  |r Yiping Huang, Ken Peng and Minggao Shen --  |t Economic crisis, Keynesianism and structural imbalance in China /  |r Xiaolu Wang and Fan Gang --  |t State-owned enterprises in China: reform dynamics and impacts /  |r Xiao Geng, Xiuke Yang and Anna Janus --  |t Economic transition and labour market integration in China /  |r Prema-chandra Athukorala, Kyoji Fukao and Tangjun Yuan --  |t Flying geese within borders: how does China sustain its labour-intensive industries? /  |r Cai Fang, Dewen Wang and Qu Yue --  |t Impact of economic slowdown on migrant workers /  |r Sherry Tao Kong, Xin Meng and Dandan Zhang --  |t Part III.  |t Economic Integration.  |t Global implications of China as a manufacturing powerhouse /  |r Huw McKay and Ligang Song --  |t China's textile and clothing trade and global adjustment /  |r Will Martin --  |t Inflow of foreign direct investment /  |r Chunlai Chen --  |t Chinese foreign direct investment in the Australian resource sector /  |r Peter Drysdale and Christopher Findlay --  |t Part IV.  |t The Environment and Climate Change.  |t Greenhouse gas emissions reduction: a theoretical framework and global solution /  |r Project Team of the Development Research Centre of the State Council, People's Republic of China --  |t Can China rescue the global climate change negotiations? /  |r Stephen Howes --  |t Moving towards low-carbon economic growth /  |r Jinjun Xue. 
546 |a English. 
520 |a The world and China's place in it have been transformed over the past year. The pressures for change have come from the most severe global financial crisis ever. The crisis has accelerated China's emergence as a great power. But China and its global partners have yet to think or work through the consequences of its new position for the governance of world affairs. China's New Place in a World in Crisis discusses and provides in-depth analysis of the following questions. How have China's growth prospects been affected by the global crisis? How will the crisis and China's response to it impact China's major domestic issues, such as industrialisation, urbanisation and the reform of the state-owned sector of the economy? How will the crisis and the international community's response to it affect the rapidly emerging new international order? What will be China's, and other major developing countries', new role? Can China and the world find a way of breaking the nexus between economic growth and environmental sustainability -- especially on the issue of climate change? 
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776 0 8 |i Print version:  |t China's new place in a world in crisis : economic geopolitical and environmental dimensions.  |d Canberra, Australian Capital Territory : Australian National University E Press, 2009  |z 9781921536960 
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