Selling China: Foreign Direct Investment During the Reform Era (Cambridge Modern China Series)
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Selling China: Foreign Direct Investment During the Reform Era (Cambridge Modern China Series)

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This book about China's integration into the world economy proposes a radically different perspective. Most economists view China's large foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows as the result of China's economic success. This study views the same phenomenon as a function of the imperfections in the Chinese economic system. It uses economic theory to explain FDI to a greate...more
Paperback, 406 pages
Published January 10th 2005 by Cambridge University Press (first published December 16th 2002)
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Tatiana Pecherskaya
I've started reading this book recently as a part of my FDI in China research and was greatly interested in author's approach which is very much different from the bulk of works I've seen so far on the issue. I'm looking forward to further reading!
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