This fifth English volume of
The China Economy Yearbook is based on a symposium held in autumn 2009 titled
Analysis and Forecast of China’s Economic Situation, organised by the Analysis and Forecast Project Group for China’s Economic Situation of the Institute of Economics, China Academy of Social Sciences (CASS). The contributing authors are experts and scholars from various government sectors, scientific research organisations, and institutes of higher learning. The chapters included provide in-depth analyses of China’s economic situation in 2009 and forecasts for 2010, focusing in particular on issues arising from current economic performance, while economic trend forecasts and solutions are proposed based on a combination of quantitative and qualitative analysis.
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.
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).
Table of contents
Introduction: Effectively Maintaining Economic Growth and Restructuring Industries
Chen Jiagui Financial Situation and Monetary Policy: Assessment and Suggestions
Li Yang, China Academy of Social Sciences Analysis and Forecast of China’s Economic Situation - Autumn Report of 2009
“Analysis and Forecast of China’s Economic Situation” Project Group Retrospective of 60 Years of Economic Growth Curve in New China and Prospects for the Future
Liu Shucheng Analysis of and Projections for China’s Economic Situation, 2009-2010
Zhang Liqun Analysis of China’s Economic Development Trend and Recommendations for Macro Control Policies In 2010
Fan Jianping Analysis and Forecast of China’s Economic Situation, 2009-2010
Chen Lei, Li Ying Current Economic Trends and Macro Control Policy Orientation for 2010
Zheng Xinli China’s Economy: Advancing Stably Against the Wind – A Review of 2009 and Outlook for 2010
Zheng Jingping China’s Macro-Economic Situation and Policies, 2009-2010
School of Economics of Renmin University of China Analysis of Uncertainties Involved in China’s Economic Recovery in 2010
Qin Wanshun, Qian Shichun Analysis and Forecast of China’s Capital Market in 2009-2010
Wang Guogang, Zhang Yuewen, Institute of Finance and Banking, CASS Review of Financial and Economic Situation in 2009 and Outlook for 2010
Ma Shuanyou Financial Operations under the Moderately Loose Monetary Policy
Wang Yi, Yan Xiandong, Li Guanglei Shanghai Stock Exchange Review of 2009 and Outlook for 2010
Wu Qian, Zhu Pingfang Analysis and Forecast of China’s Foreign Trade Situation in 2009
Pei Changhong Major Impact in 2009 and Structural Shortages in 2010 - Interpretation of the Complexity of China’s Employment Situation
Cai Fang China’s Agricultural Economy in 2009 and Outlook for 2010
Li Guoxiang Analysis of the Real Estate Market in 2009 and Outlook for 2010
Liang Shuang The Environment Situation in 2009 and the Outlook for Environmental Protection in 2010
Shu Qing Analysis and Forecast of Taiwan’s Economic Situation
Zhang Guanhua Analysis and Forecast of Hong Kong’s Economic Situation
Helen Chan Analysis and Forecast of Macao’s Economic Situation
“Macao Economy Analysis and Forecast” Research Group, Huaqiao University Analysis of Global Economic Situation in 2009 and Outlook for 2010
Zhang Yuyan, Tian Feng
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.