China, Hong Kong and the World Economy

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Foreword by; J.C.H.Chai Foreword by; V.H-c.Cheng Notes on the Contributors List of Abbreviations Introduction; L.S.Ho & R.Ash PART 1: CHINA AND GLOBALIZATION China and the Global Economy: Challenges, Opportunities, Responsibilities; J.E.Stiglitz Unilateral and Regional Trade Liberalization: China's World Trade Organization Accession and Free Trade Agreement with the Association of South East Asian Nations; M.Saygili & K-y.Wong The Economic Impact of China's Emergence as a Major Trading Nation; W.T.Woo Effects of Real Exchange Rate Volatility and Misalignment on Commodity Exports: The Case of China; T.Voon & J.Ran A Sustainable Currency Regime for Hong Kong and the Mainland; L.S.Ho PART 2: HONG KONG AS CHINA'S CITY AND AS A GLOBAL CITY Hong Kong as a Financial Centre of China and the World; Y.C.Jao The Evolving Role of Hong Kong as China's Middleman; Y-w.Sung Market Integration between Hong Kong and the Chinese Mainland; C.S.Fan, N.Li & X.Wei Economic Integration between Hong Kong and China: Did Trade Hurt Hong Kong's Unskilled Workers? K-y.Cheung & C.S.Fan Macroeconomic Instability in Hong Kong: Internal and External Factors; Y.Ma & R.C.W.Ng PART 3: FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT, TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER, AND ECONOMIC RESTRUCTURING Taiwan's Scientific and Technological Development: A Newly-industrializing Economy Experience of Institutional Evolution; C.Howe Spillover Effects of Foreign Direct Investment and Technology Transfer in China: Before and After its Accession to the World Trade Organization; P.Lin The Impact of Trade Policy on Total Factor Productivity , Efficiency and Technology: The Case of Chinese Provinces in the 1990s; Y.Chen PART 4: TRADE, INVESTMENT, AND IMPLICATIONS FOR KEY ECONOMIC SECTORS Investment, Investment Efficiency and Economic Growth in China; J.Zhang Recent Developments in China's Agriculture and Prospects for Future Agricultural Trade: Observations from the Grain Sector; R.Ash Environmental Impact on the Manufacturing Sector of China's Accession to World Trade Organization; J.C.H.Chai PART 5: CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND MANAGEMENT The Supervisory Board in Chinese Corporate Governance; O.K.Tam & H.W.Hu Managerial Autonomy and Firm Performance in China's Listed Firms; E.C.Chang & S.M.L.Wong Index

China, Hong Kong and the World Economy

Studies on Globalization

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This book examines the transformation of the economies of China and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region through the process of globalization, and covers various issues, including those of industrial restructuring, financial markets, technology, agriculture, exchange rates, trade and FDI, environment, distribution and corporate governance.

JOSPEH C. H. CHAI Former Lecturer, University of Queensland, Australia ERIC C. CHANG Director and Chair of Finance, School of Business, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong YU CHEN Assistant Professor, Economics Department, University of Macau, China VINCENT HOI-CHEUN CHENG Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive of Hang Seng Bank Limited, Hong Kong KUI-YIN CHEUNG Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Lingnan University, Hong Kong C. SIMON FAN Associate Professor of Economics, Lingnan University, Hong Kong CHRISTOPHER HOWE Emeritus Professor, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK HELEN WEI HU PhD Candidate, Faculty of Business and Economics, Monash University, Australia Y. C. JAO Honorary Professor, School of Economics and Finance, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong GUANGZHONG LI Zhongshan University, Guangzhou, China NA LI M.Phil. Student in Economics, Lingnan University, Hong Kong PING LIN Professor of Economics and Research Fellow, Centre for Public Policy Studies Lingnan University, Hong Kong YUE MA Lingnan University, Hong Kong RAYMOND C. W. NG Senior Lecturer, College of International Education, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong JIMMY RAN Associate Professor, Lingnan University, Hong Kong MESUT SAYGILI PhD. Candidate, University of Washington, USA JOSEPH E. STIGLITZ Professor of Economics, Columbia University, USA YUN WING SUNG Head, Economics Department, Chinese University, China ON KIT TAM Associate Dean International, Faculty of Business and Economics and Director, China Research Centre, Monash University, Australia THOMAS VOON Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Lingnan University, Hong Kong XIANGDONG WEI Professor, Department of Economics, Lingnan University, Hong Kong and Honorary Research Fellow, Business School of University of Birmingham, UK KAR-YIU WONG Professor of Economics, University of Washington, USA SONIA M. L. WONG Assistant Professor, Department of Finance and Insurance, Lingnan University, Hong Kong WING THYE WOO Professor of Economics, University of California, Davis, and Director, East Asia Programme, Earth Institute of Columbia University, USA JUN ZHANG Professor of Economics and Director, China Centre for Economic Studies (CCES), Fudan University, China.

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Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

31.07.2006

Herausgeber

L. Ho + weitere

Verlag

Palgrave Macmillan UK

Seitenzahl

419

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Details

Einband

Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

31.07.2006

Herausgeber

Verlag

Palgrave Macmillan UK

Seitenzahl

419

Maße (L/B/H)

22.5/13.8/2.7 cm

Gewicht

646 g

Auflage

2006

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-1-4039-8742-6

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  • China, Hong Kong and the World Economy
  • Foreword by; J.C.H.Chai Foreword by; V.H-c.Cheng Notes on the Contributors List of Abbreviations Introduction; L.S.Ho & R.Ash PART 1: CHINA AND GLOBALIZATION China and the Global Economy: Challenges, Opportunities, Responsibilities; J.E.Stiglitz Unilateral and Regional Trade Liberalization: China's World Trade Organization Accession and Free Trade Agreement with the Association of South East Asian Nations; M.Saygili & K-y.Wong The Economic Impact of China's Emergence as a Major Trading Nation; W.T.Woo Effects of Real Exchange Rate Volatility and Misalignment on Commodity Exports: The Case of China; T.Voon & J.Ran A Sustainable Currency Regime for Hong Kong and the Mainland; L.S.Ho PART 2: HONG KONG AS CHINA'S CITY AND AS A GLOBAL CITY Hong Kong as a Financial Centre of China and the World; Y.C.Jao The Evolving Role of Hong Kong as China's Middleman; Y-w.Sung Market Integration between Hong Kong and the Chinese Mainland; C.S.Fan, N.Li & X.Wei Economic Integration between Hong Kong and China: Did Trade Hurt Hong Kong's Unskilled Workers? K-y.Cheung & C.S.Fan Macroeconomic Instability in Hong Kong: Internal and External Factors; Y.Ma & R.C.W.Ng PART 3: FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT, TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER, AND ECONOMIC RESTRUCTURING Taiwan's Scientific and Technological Development: A Newly-industrializing Economy Experience of Institutional Evolution; C.Howe Spillover Effects of Foreign Direct Investment and Technology Transfer in China: Before and After its Accession to the World Trade Organization; P.Lin The Impact of Trade Policy on Total Factor Productivity , Efficiency and Technology: The Case of Chinese Provinces in the 1990s; Y.Chen PART 4: TRADE, INVESTMENT, AND IMPLICATIONS FOR KEY ECONOMIC SECTORS Investment, Investment Efficiency and Economic Growth in China; J.Zhang Recent Developments in China's Agriculture and Prospects for Future Agricultural Trade: Observations from the Grain Sector; R.Ash Environmental Impact on the Manufacturing Sector of China's Accession to World Trade Organization; J.C.H.Chai PART 5: CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND MANAGEMENT The Supervisory Board in Chinese Corporate Governance; O.K.Tam & H.W.Hu Managerial Autonomy and Firm Performance in China's Listed Firms; E.C.Chang & S.M.L.Wong Index