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Authors: B.N. Ghosh (Eastern Mediterranean Univ. Cyprus and Zhejiang Gongshang Univ., China) 
Book Description:
This new and important book analyses the development dynamics of India and China comparing the growth differentials of these two Asian population superpowers. The analysis draws on theories, empirics, policies and problems to elucidate the reasons for such growth differentials, and to throw some light on issues concerning the possibility of convergence and the sustainability of their growth momentum. The book also delineates the important lessons that can be emulated by other developing economies from the development dynamics of these emerging Asian economies.

Table of Contents:
Prefatory Note

Introduction: , pp. 1-14
Objectives of the Study
Analytical Approach
Chapter Outlines of the Study

Chapter 1. Work Ethics, Labour and Structural Change, pp. 15-34
Culture, Religion, and Work Ethics
Structural Changes
The Growing Economic Disparities

Chapter 2. FDI, Capital Stock and Saving, pp. 35-52
FDI and Investment Rates
How Bad is Fiscal Deficit?
Sources of Growth

Chapter 3. Liberalization and Export-Orientation, pp. 53-73
Trade Liberalization
The Outward-Looking Strategy
The Impact of the WTO

Chapter 4. Government Structure and Policy, pp. 75-94
Rainbow Coalition vis-a-vis One Dimensional Government
Is a Free Lunch Possible?
The Urban Biased Strategy

Chapter 5. The Legacy of Unknowns, pp. 95-112
Are the Growth Rates Sustainable?
Convergence of Growth Rates
Lessons to Learn

References pp.113-122

Index pp.123-138

   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2009
   Pages: 138 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60692-317-7
   Status: AV
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FM Formatting
PP Page Proofs
FP Final Production
EP Editorial Production
PR At Prepress
AP At Press
AV Available
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