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China's Economic Powerhouse

Economic Reform in Guangdong Province



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The Guangdong province is the forerunner of China's economic reform as it has developed rapidly from the 1980s, since opening up its economy to the outside world. This book covers the evolution of economic reform in Guangdong, its links to Hong Kong and other parts of China, and developmental strategies in different parts of Guangdong. The book analyses the many factors that have contributed to economic reform and covers topics such as development of land, human resources, the agricultural sector and industrialisation, and reforms of state owned enterprises and township and village enterprises. Consisting of 11 essays written by government officials and executives from the Guangdong province of China, this book offers insight into the economic development in Guangdong.

Author Biography

TUNG X. BUI holds the Distinguished Professorship of Global Business endowed by the Matson Navigation Company, at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He holds a doctorate in Managerial Economics from the University of Fribourg, Switzerland and a Ph.D in Information Systems from the Stern School of Business, New York University. - WAYNE D. JONES is currently a doctoral candidate in the University of Hawaii's International Management program, specialising in Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship. He has an MBA in Management & Human Resources as well as a Master of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin. - JOANNA Z. LI is currently the academic coordinator of an executive education program for Chinese government officials and business executives at the University of Hawaii. Between 1988-1995 she was a reporter for China Daily, the sole English language newspaper in China. She has written and published over 1000 reports on international trade and investment reforms in China. - DAVID C. YANG is currently the President of the Association of Chinese Scholars in Hawaii and is an Executive member of the Center for Chinese studies at the University of Hawaii. He has an MBA from the University of California at Berkeley, and a Ph.D from Columbia University. He has numerous awards for teaching excellence.
Release date NZ
December 3rd, 2002
Edited by D Yang Edited by J. Li Edited by Tung Bui Edited by W. Jones
Country of Publication
United States
2003 ed.
XVII, 255 p.
Palgrave Macmillan
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