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China rising: will the west be able to cope? the real long-term challenge of the rise of China

By: Blankert, Jan Willem.
Series: World Scientific Series on 21st Century Business;3. Publisher: New Jersey World Scientific 2009Description: xiv, 160 p.ISBN: 9789812837950.Subject(s): Competition | International | China --Economic conditions --2000 | United States --Economic conditions --2001-2009DDC classification: 330.951 Summary: Why do some countries get rich and other countries don't? Does one country's gain mean another country's loss? How do we address the biggest challenge of all: the fact that our environment suffers when we all want to have our share of the cake? These key questions in international economics and business are addressed in this timely book. Covering issues such as economic growth, the drivers of economic growth and international competition, pollution and the division of labor, the book focuses on China's emergence, but examples of other countries provide context and perspective. Written in a jargon-free style yet extremely well-researched, it is suitable for economists and non-economists alike. (Source: www.alibris.com)
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Why do some countries get rich and other countries don't? Does one country's gain mean another country's loss? How do we address the biggest challenge of all: the fact that our environment suffers when we all want to have our share of the cake? These key questions in international economics and business are addressed in this timely book. Covering issues such as economic growth, the drivers of economic growth and international competition, pollution and the division of labor, the book focuses on China's emergence, but examples of other countries provide context and perspective. Written in a jargon-free style yet extremely well-researched, it is suitable for economists and non-economists alike. (Source: www.alibris.com)

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