Song, Ligang.Woo, Wing Thye. (Eds.) (©2008) China's dilemma :economic growth, the environment and climate change [Canberra] : Anu E Press :MLA Citation
Song, Ligang.Woo, Wing Thye., eds. China's Dilemma: Economic Growth, The Environment And Climate Change. [Canberra] : Anu E Press : ©2008. Print.
China's dilemma : economic growth, the environment and climate change /
Ligang Song and Wing Thye Woo, editors.
|Names:||Song, Ligang. | Woo, Wing Thye.|
|Vernacular:||China's dilemmas in the 21st century / Ligang Song and Wing Thye Woo -- pt. 1. Economic growth : determinants and prospects. Will China fall into stagflation/ Yiping Huang -- American and European financial shocks : implications for Chinese economic performance / Rod Tyers and Iain Bain -- Global production sharing and US-China trade relations / Prema-chandra Athukorala and Nobuaki Yamashita -- Rebalancing equity and efficiency for sustained growth / Justin Yifu Lin -- Rural-urban migrants : a driving force for growth / Xiadong Gong [and others] -- Rethinking thirty years of reform in China : implications for economic performance / Xiaolu Wang -- pt. 2. Impact of environment degradation and climate change. China's rapid emissions growth and global climate change policy / Ross Garnaut, Frank Jotzo and Stephen Howes -- China can grow and still help prevent the tragedy of the СОє́є commons / Warwick McKibbin, Peter J. Wilcoxen and Wing Thye Woo -- The political economy of emissions reduction in China : are incentives for low carbon growth compatible/ Cai Fang and Du Yang -- The environmental consequences of foreign direct investment in China / Qun Bao, Yuanyuan Chen, and Ligang Song -- The impact of global warming on Chinese wheat productivity / Liangzhi You [and others] -- Understanding the water crisis in northern China : how do farmers and the government respond/ Jinxia Wang [and others] -- The impact of air pollution on mortality in Shanghai / Health and Mortality Transition in Shanghai Project Research Team -- pt. 3. Energy use, the environment and future trends. Energy and environment in China / Kejun Jiang and Xiulian Hu -- Chinese urban household energy requirements and СОє́є emissions / Jane Golley, Dominic Meagher and Xin Meng -- Can China's coal industry be reconciled with the environment/ Xunpeng Shi -- Emissions and economic development : must China choose/ Peter Sheehan and Fiona Sun.
|Published:||[Canberra] : Anu E Press : Asia Pacific Press ; [Washington, D.C.] : Brookings Institution Press ; [Beijing, China] : Social Sciences Academic Press (China), ©2008.|
|Topics:||Climatic changes - China. | Economics, finance, business and management. | Economics. | POLITICAL SCIENCE - Public Policy - Economic Policy. | POLITICAL SCIENCE - Economic Conditions. | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS - Government & Business. | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS - Economics - Comparative. | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS - Economic Conditions. | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS - Development - Economic Development. | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS - Development - Business Development. | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS - Economic History. | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS - Structural Adjustment. | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS - Development - General. | Umwelt | Wirtschaftswachstum | Umweltpolitik | Wirtschaftsentwicklung | Anthropogene Klimaänderung|
|Regions:||China - Economic conditions - 2000- | China - Economic policy - 2000- | China - Environmental conditions. | China. | China|
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