The China Economy Yearbook, Volume 4


Editor: Jiagui Chen
This fourth English volume of The China Economy Yearbook provides an in-depth analysis of China’s economy coping with a World-wide recession and preparing for the future. Written by leading economic researchers from China’s leading economic research institutions, the articles in the yearbook examine key aspects of China’s economic performance, including macroeconomic adjustment, inflation control, the financial system, public finance, foreign trade, agriculture, industry, and real estate. They provide a detailed description of China’s economy during the year and valuable insights into the reasons for China’s successes and failures in addressing emerging challenges facing the Chinese economy.

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Chen Jiagui is vice president of CASS, professor and Ph.D. advisor at the CASS Graduate School, and also the vice chairman and director of the Chinese Institute of Business Administration.
International Advisory Board:
Albert Park is Reader in the Economy of China at Oxford University, where he teaches in the Department of Economics and Contemporary China Studies Programme. His research focuses on economic development in China, including poverty and inequality, human capital (health and education), labor markets, and globalization.
Christine Wong teaches in the School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies and Said Business School, Oxford University. She has published widely on China’s fiscal reform and rural industrialization, focusing especially on central-local interactions. Her current research examines governance and provision of public services.
Dali Yang is Professor of Political Science and Director of the Center for East Asian Studies at the University of Chicago. Among his many books and articles are Remaking the Chinese Leviathan: Market Transition and the Politics of Governance in China (Stanford, 2004) and Beyond Beijing: Liberalization and the Regions in China (Routledge, 1997).
An Accurate View of China’s Current Slowdown in Economic Growth and the Need for Flexibility and Prudence in Macroeconomic Control
Chen Jiagui

General Report
China’s Economic Situation: An Analysis and Forecast
2009 Spring Report, Academic Division of Economics, CASS “Analysis and Forecast of China’s Economic Situation” Project Group

Analysis of the Economic Situation at Home and Abroad in 2008-2009
Liu Shucheng

Major Features of China’s Current Macro Economy
Li Shantong, Xu Shaoyuan, Liu Yunzhong

Analysis of China’s Economic Development Trends and Suggestions for Macroeconomic control Policies in 2009
Fan Jianping

Analysis and Projection of China’s Economic Conditions, 2008-2009
Zhang Liqun

China’s Capital Market: Analysis of Trends in 2008 and Forecast for 2009
Wang Guogang, Zhang Yuewen

Economic Growth in 2008-2009: An Analysis and Forecast
Quarterly Situation Analysis Project Group of Institute of Economic and Resources Management, Beijing Normal University

Economic Climate and Price Trends in 2008-2009: An Analysis and Forecast
Chen Lei, Liang Yunfang

The Expansion of Domestic Demand and Promotion of Agricultural and Rural Economic Development
Zhang Xiaoshan

Impact of the Financial Crisis on Employment and Suggested Counter-measures
Cai Fang, Wang Meiyan

Energy Conservation and Emissions Reduction Situation and Policy Assessment
Qi Jianguo, Peng Xushu

China’s Macroeconomic Situation and Policies, 2008-2009
Institute of Economics of Renmin University of China

Analysis of Factors Underlying China’s Decelerating Macroeconomic Growth in 2008-2009
Qin Wanshun, Qian Shichun

Discussion on the Basic Trends and Fluctuation Characteristics of China’s New Economic Cycle
Liu Jinquan, Wu Xiang

China’s Employment Situation in 2009 and Policy Recommendations
Yang Yiyong, Chi Zhenhe

Analysis of the Real Estate Market in 2008 and Outlook for 2009
Liang Shuang
All those interested in developments in China’s economy and delving into the methodologies used by China’s economists for research and policy formation. Also an excellent primary source for examining how professors and researchers in China discuss and analyze economic phenomena.