2015 Estimation of Agricultural Productivity and Annual Update of Competitiveness Analysis for Greater China

Optimising Agricultural Productivity and Promoting Innovation Driven Growth
by Khee Giap Tan, Randong Yuan & Teleixi Xie
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Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company

Series: Asia Competitiveness Institute - World Scientific Series

Publication Date: November 22, 2016

ISBN: 9789813200135

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Although the successful economic transformation and reform of China since the 1970s could be regarded as a triumph in human history, China has now entered into the New Normal Era and encountered some slow-down in recent years. The perspective of China's growth under the New Normal Era is relevant for both the domestic and global economies.

As the third instalment of ACI's annual tracking of the dynamics of competitiveness for Greater China, this volume includes the rankings and simulation results at both the provincial and regional levels. These offer insights for policy-makers, industry leaders and other stakeholders in identifying challenges and opportunities for sound decision-making. As an important part in determining the success of China's structural change, agricultural productivity is also discussed in detail. Quantitative research is conducted to estimate the agricultural total factor productivity at the provincial level. This provides policy recommendations to help China achieve self-sufficiency in terms of agricultural products.

Contents:

  • Organisation, Structure and Methodology
  • 2015 Annual Update on Competitiveness Ranking and Simulation Studies for 34 Greater China Economies
  • 2015 Regional Competitiveness Analysis for Greater China
  • Agricultural Productivity in Greater China Economies: Estimating Provincial Agricultural Total Factor Productivity in Mainland China
  • Conclusion and the Way Forward to an Innovation Driven Economy for Greater China

Readership: Scholars and researchers interested in China's economic development, categorised by regions and provinces.Key Features:

  • Unique volume with no other rival publications as yet, covering whole spread of all 34 economies and five regions in Greater China
  • In-depth and rigorous study on regional analysis on Greater China which views ...