Dragon versus Eagle: The Chinese Economy and U.S.-China Relations

Title

Dragon versus Eagle: The Chinese Economy and U.S.-China Relations

Year

2012

DOI

10.17848/9780880994057

Abstract

This book contains a group of papers that examine the complex and evolving economic relationship between China and the United States.

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Download 1. Introduction (262 KB)

Contents

  1. Introduction / Wei-Chiao Huang and Huizhong Zhou
  2. U.S.-China Economc Relations and Value Chains in Global Production Networks / Robert B. Koopman
  3. China's Economy from an American's Perspective / Gene H. Chang
  4. Winners and Losers in China's Economic Reform / Terry Sicular
  5. Changes in the World's Workshop: The Demographic, Social, and Political Factors behind China's Labor Movement / Mary Gallagher
  6. Left Behind in Old Age? Sources of Support for China's Rural Elderly in a Period of Growth, Migration, and Demographic Transition / John Giles
  7. China in 2049 / Zhiwu Chen

Note

The papers in this book were presented at the 2010–2011 Werner Sichel Lecture-seminar Series held at Western Michigan University

Sponsorship

W.E. Upjohn Institute, Timothy Light Center for Chinese Studies

ISBN

9780880994040 (cloth) ; 9780880994033 (pbk.) ; 9780880994057 (ebook)

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Huang, Wei-Chiao and Huizhong Zhou, eds. 2012. Dragon versus Eagle: The Chinese Economy and U.S.-China Relations. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. https://doi.org/10.17848/9780880994057