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The changing shape of municipal finance in China

Nick Devas

The changing shape of municipal finance in China

a casestudy based on Shanghai

by Nick Devas

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Published by Development Administration Group in Birmingham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Municipal finance -- China.,
  • Shanghai (China) -- Economic conditions.,
  • China -- Economic conditions -- 1976-

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p25.

    StatementNick Devas.
    SeriesPapers in the administration of development -- no.43
    ContributionsDevelopment Administration Group.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination25p. ;
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15112557M
    ISBN 10070441192X
    OCLC/WorldCa26846427

      China's spectacular economic growth-averaging 8% or more annually over the past two decades-has produced an impressive increase in the standard . ANNALS OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE , { () Fiscal Decentralization in China: A Literature Review* Zhiguo Wang School of Management, Xi’an Jiaotong University, Xi’an, China E-mail: [email protected] and Liang Ma Nanyang Centre for Public Administration, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

    School of Distance Education Public Administration: Theory and Practice Page 3 CONTENTS MODULE I MODULE II MODULE III MODULE IV France - France - Regional and local government: The main units of local government, defined by the constitution as collectivités territoriales (“territorial collectivities”), are the régions, the départements, the communes, and the overseas territories. A small number of local governments, known as collectivités territoriales à statut particulier (“territorial collectivities with.

      Learn about the impact of economic conditions on government policy and understand how governments attempt to engineer certain economic conditions by controlling a country's money supply. The first book on the relation between investment, finance, and growth in China, How China Grows dismisses this concern. James Riedel, Jing Jin, and Jian Gao argue that investment has not only been the engine of growth, but also the main source of technological progress and structural change in China.


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Improving China’s Municipal Finance 1 ® Introduction rbanization has been among the most important trends in China over the past three decades. It began with market reform and opening in the s and has brought million people into cities.

During the decade of to alone, China’s urban population grew by million. Improving China’s Municipal Finance 7 Next Steps C hina is an urban nation. How cities finance services for their growing populations and provide infrastructure has critical implications for the nation’s economic growth and well-being.

Putting municipal finance back in order should be at the top of the Chinese government’s policy agenda. This book brings together analysis and insights from high-level Chinese policy-makers and prominent international scholars in addressing the key challenges China is facing in maintaining rapid growth and achieving the Government's stated goal of creating a harmonious society.

The first book on the relation between investment, finance, and growth in China, How China Grows dismisses this concern. James Riedel, Jing Jin, and Jian Gao argue that investment has not only been the engine of growth, but also the main source of technological progress and structural change in by: We draw four main conclusions about China's financial system and its future development.

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I can relate to this too, because when I worked on my own list, the first things that came up were the big things - moving house, changing city, changing country, the birth of my kids. Inthe year China carried out its new development strategies and policies in a comprehensive way, I was enrolled at a university of finance and economics.

After graduation, I worked for the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences before joining the World Bank to do research on Chinese economic policies.

In terms of area, China is the third largest country in the world, but it is the world's largest based on population. China is divided into 23 provinces, 22 of which are controlled by the People's Republic of China (PRC). The 23rd province, Taiwan, is claimed by the PRC, but it is not administered or controlled by the PRC, and is thus a de facto independent country.

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