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Recasting Development in China

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Lin Chun argues that China's rapid growth has vastly improved the living standards of the majority of Chinese people but it also carries some unbearable social and environmental consequences. This decline of public provision and increasing ecological crises has forced government reform. The competing explanations for China's economic modernization require scrutiny. The emerging public consensus in China today is that growth must be managed in resonance to human and social development, and in an environmentally-friendly manner. As such, this Chinese model in the making could have significant global implications.Development (2007) 50, 11–16. doi:10.1057/palgrave.development.1100411
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2007-09-01

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