In 1978, after nearly 30 years of socialist planning under Mao Zedong, China was one of the world’s poorest countries, saddled with an inefficient, inward-looking economy. Today, China is an upper-middle income country and the world’s largest trading nation, contributing more to global economic growth than any other nation. How could such a remarkable transformation take place?
China’s Economic Transformation Part 1: Economic Reform and Growth in China香港科技大学
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An very informative and well-structured course. Excellent choice for those who want to understand more about the path of China's economic reform and development.
Lots of information on China's Economics culture. So much information it's hard to fathom and retain it all.
An accessible, comprehensive and nonpartisan introduction to China's economic transformation, covering history and contemporary challenges and debates.
Very Good course Gives a broader idea about the Chiese economy and some of the most important reforms and policies during the transformation period.