The Economist debates whether China has a better development model than the West. Stefan Halper, Senior Fellow of Politics and International Studies at the University of Cambridge, defends the motion; Susan Shirk, Director of...
by Japhet Weeks | Nov 10, 2008
The Financial Times argues that China must seize the opportunity presented by its recently announced stimulus package to bolster consumer spending at home and abandon the development model it has used up until now, or else: The...
by Xiao Qiang | Mar 4, 2007
Arthur Kroeber, the managing editor of China Economic Quarterly published following essay on the Financial Times: People in the rich world perturbed by China’s rise spend a great deal of time these days consoling themselves with a political fantasy. China’s economy may be growing fast, the argument goes, but unless that growth is matched by […]
by Sophie Beach | Feb 27, 2007
From Spiegel Online: If the Middle Kingdom were not a country, but rather a giant company — let’s call it Red China, Inc. — then the Politburo would be its all-powerful board of directors. And if Hu were not a communist official but rather a capitalist corporate boss, he would find himself inundated with job […]
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