6 edition of Fault Lines in China"s Economic Terrain found in the catalog.
July 25, 2003
by RAND Corporation
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||222|
"Fault Lines provides an excellent analysis of the lessons to be learned from the financial crisis, and the difficult choices that lie ahead. Of the many books written in the wake of our recent economic meltdown, this is the one that gets it right."--George A. Akerlof, coauthor of Animal Spirits and Identity Economics "Amidst the welter of books about our financial crisis, Rajan's book stands. In “Fault Lines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy” (Princeton University, $), Mr. Rajan concludes that the financial crisis erupted “because in an integrated.
Like Europe during World Wars, its prosperity is imperilled by territorial rivalries New fault lines have emerged in Asia that signal increasing geopolitical risks, including for global markets. Still, China’s long political and economic fragmentation between its two revolutions in and had hindered the development of a national railroad system. In , there was only one railroad line linking the north to the south (with an actual gap in Wuhan, due to the lack of a bridge across the Yangtze River, which was closed only by.
There is plenty of evidence that Americans have become increasingly divided and embittered in recent years. It is harder to say why. Barton Swaim reviews “Fault Lines” by Kevin M. Kruse and. Rapid credit growth driving high levels of investments are “a key fault line in the Chinese economy,” said David Lipton, IMF first managing director at a speech in Shenzhen, China on June
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This book addresses these key questions. China has confronted in the past two decades five of the eight fault lines that the authors consider (unemployment, corruption, water resources, HIV/AIDS, and financial fragility), and, nonetheless, it has sustained high rates of economic by: China has confronted in the past two decades five of the eight fault lines that the authors consider (unemployment, corruption, water resources, HIV/AIDS, and financial fragility), and, nonetheless, it has sustained high rates of economic growth.
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This book addresses these key questions. China has confronted in the past two decades five of the eight fault lines that the authors consider (unemployment, corruption, water resources, HIV/AIDS, and financial fragility), and, nonetheless, it has sustained high rates of economic growth.
chapter ten conclusions: fault lines in china’s economic terrain (pp. ) As indicated in Chapter One, the focus of this research has been on the potential adversities or fault lines facing China’s economy and affecting its prospects for sustaining high growth through the coming decade.
Fault Lines in China's Economic Terrain “ Fault Lines in China’s Economic Terrain should be of compelling interest to government ofﬁcials and scholars. timely, carefully researched, and well-written, a signiﬁcant contribution [to] this vital issue.”.
In Fault Lines, Rajan demonstrates how unequal access to education and health care in the United States puts us all in deeper financial peril, even as the economic choices of countries like Germany, Japan, and China place an undue burden on America to get its policies right.
Fault Lines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy is a book by Indian economist Raghuram Rajan on the underlying causes of the financial crisis, and the structural weaknesses present in the world won the Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year award in China’s implied risk in this situation is that, in case of international disagreement, this strait could easily be closed, a crisis event known as the “Malacca Dilemma”.
This scenario would put China’s economy and population in a serious situation without many options and prone to influence. A very nice synopsis of the world economy following the latest financial crisis and directions on where we may be headed.
Some key points I took away: *Three Major "Fault" lines where tensions create the possibility of future crises: 1) Domestic Political Stresses (need to deal with growing inequality) 2) Trade imbalances (America has been the economic engine by over consuming the rest of the /5(). Fault Lines is valuable primarily for its clear explanation of unintended economic consequences from well-meaning government intervention.", Washington Times "Rajan's Fault Lines is expansive and policy-focused and clearly destined to become a must-read on any list of books on the recent global crisis."Jahangir Aziz, Business StandardReviews: xvi Fault Lines in China’s Economic Terrain Most of the problems that we examine are ones that China has con- fronted in the past and, notwithstanding, has managed with suffi- cient success to sustain high rates of economic growth.
Raghuram Rajan, the governor of Reserve Bank of India warns that one of the deep fractures in the world economy is widening inequality. In his widely acclaimed book, Fault lines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy, he argues that the massive credit expansion in the US was politically motivated to assuage the concerns of rising inequality.
In the wake of the collapse that followed, Rajan has written a new book, Fault Lines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy, that warns the system is doomed to repeat its mistakes.
Like many defenders of the market, Rajan urges us not to demonize the s: Fault Lines in China’s Economic Terrain Li Jingwen, ed. 21 sichi zhong quo jingji da qu(General Trends in China’s Economic Development in the 21st Century), Liaoning People’s Press, Shenyang.
Li Qiang, Hu Jinxeng, and Hong Dayung. The Cracks Beneath the Global Economy. For all its sophistication and complexity, the world economy is filled with weak spots, or “fault lines,” that are invisible in good times but become painfully obvious during a crash, such as the recession of to CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): “Fault Lines in China’s Economic Terrain should be of compelling interest to government officials and scholars.
timely, carefully researched, and well-written, a significant contribution [to] this vital issue.”. As the emerging fault lines in Xi’s imperial construct suggest, the reality of Xi’s China is likely to be quite different from his “China Dream.” *** Elizabeth C. Economy is the C.V.
Starr senior fellow and director for Asia studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. How India can counter China.
'If Asia does become a Chinese dominated space, it will not only be because India failed to get its economic act together but. Fault Lines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy.
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