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Sex ratios, entrepreneurship, and economic growth in the People"s Republic of China
|Statement||Shang-Jin Wei, Xiaobo Zhang|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- working paper 16800, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 16800.|
|Contributions||Zhang, Xiaobo, National Bureau of Economic Research|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011656013|
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Entrepreneurship has generated significant economic growth and job creation in China (Huang, ; The Economist, ). Over the last 35 years, the entrepreneurial sector has grown rapidly. A pretty technical book that delves into the mysteries of China’s financial developments throughout the s and s, Factions in Finance is a fascinating look at how politics can affect.
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Sex Ratios, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Growth in the People's Republic of China Shang-Jin Wei, Xiaobo Zhang. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in February NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth, International Finance and Macroeconomics, Labor Studies.
Get this from a library. Sex ratios, entrepreneurship, and economic growth in the People's Republic of China. [Shang-Jin Wei; Xiaobo Zhang; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- China experiences an increasingly severe relative surplus of men in the pre-marital and economic growth in the Peoples Republic of China book cohort.
The existing literature on its consequences focuses mostly on negative aspects such as crime. Since the sex ratio imbalance will become worse in the near future, this growth effect is likely to persist.
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation Wei, Shang-Jin and Zhang, Xiaobo, Sex Ratios, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Growth in the People's Republic of China (February ).Cited by: Sex Ratios, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Growth in the People’s Republic of China Shang-Jin Wei and Xiaobo Zhang NBER Working Paper No.
February JEL No. E2,F3,F43,J1,J2,O1,O4 ABSTRACT China experiences an increasingly severe relative. This book provides an analysis of the existing, economic dynamics entrepreneurship factors contributing to entrepreneurship in China. Featuring contributions from prominent authors such as Zoltan Acs, and Jian Gao it first poses a theoretical question of whether entrepreneurship exists in China and, if so, the extent and form it : Ting Zhang.
Professor’s Book Explores Dynamics Between Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth in China 6-Dec PM EST, by University of Baltimore, Merrick School of Business. Downloadable (with restrictions). This book provides an analysis of the existing economic dynamics and factors contributing to entrepreneurship in China.
Featuring contributions from prominent authors such as Zoltan Acs and Jian Gao, it first poses a theoretical question of whether entrepreneurship exists in China and, if so, the extent and form it takes.
Entrepreneurship and Growth: Evidence from China Entrepreneurship, Economic growth, China JEL Classification: L26, O53, O 1 1. Introduction Since the publication of the famous book by Schumpter () which emphasizes the role of the entrepreneur as File Size: KB. This powerful and meticulously researched study explores the role of rural industry and entrepreneurship in the Chinese economic miracle.
Linda Grove considers especially the development of the Gaoyang industrial district, China's best-known rural industrial district of the pre–World War II by: "Sex Ratios, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Growth in the People's Republic of China," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
Mu, Ren & Zhang, Xiaobo, " The role of elected and appointed village leaders in the allocation of public resources: Evidence from a low-income region in China," IFPRI discussion.
China can learn a lesson from Vietnam, which has seen its sex ratios at birth fall precipitously out of balance over the past two decades, as the. Established China as the People's Republic of China and ruled from until Chang Kai-Shek Chinese president who drove the communists out of Shanghai; leadr during WWII, When Mao Zedong won the Chinese civil war inthis leader of nationalist Chinese republicans withdrew to the island of.
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The government. This paper presents that despite the People's Republic of China's remarkable economic growth, improvements in population health outcomes actually slowed during the reform period. Along with increasing commercialization of the health sector, urban-rural disparities in health have increased, and there are large health inequalities between the rich and the by: The Economy of People’s Republic of China from Anton Cheremukhin, Mikhail Golosov, Sergei Guriev, Aleh Tsyvinski to through a lens of a two-sector growth model.
The main goal of the paper most comprehensive attempt to construct high-quality data for economic analysis of China’s economy: Holz( File Size: 1MB. This paper analyses economic and social indicators across provinces in the People's Republic of China.
This paper summarizes a wide range of economic and social indicators for different provinces in the People's Republic of China and contrasts the position of the. policies for stimulating human capital, entrepreneurship, and economic growth in a country should be considered together.
In this paper, we apply the vector autoregression (VAR) model to investigate the relationships among entrepreneurship, economic growth, and employment, using Taiwanʼs quarterly macro data from to Very good. Chinese growth in the s depended on rural entrepreneurship, market-directed purchases, and local innovation.
Afterwhen the reformist Zhao Ziyang was purged from the leadership, policy changes at the center made China more dependent on urban /5. As the third decade of economic reforms in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) draws to an end, its remarkable growth performance appears almost unstoppable.
Between andgross domestic product (GDP) and per capita GDP grew at average annual rates of % and %, by: 1. The slow growth of these countries and the rapid development of the so-called Asian Tiger countries (Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan and South Korea) was the source for a redefinition of the development strategy.
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1 As such, policy designed to meet the unique needs of female entrepreneurs is essential to promoting both gender equity and economic development in China. We begin our paper with an overview of the historical and ongoing economic.