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InstitutionOECD
TitelChina.
QuelleParis (2005), 205 S.    Verfügbarkeit 
ReiheOECD economic surveys. 2005/13
Spracheenglisch
Dokumenttypgedruckt; Monographie
ISSN0376-6438
SchlagwörterBildungspolitik; Demografischer Wandel; Finanzreform; Reformpolitik; Staatlicher Sektor; Finanzpolitik; Öffentlicher Haushalt; Privatwirtschaft; Wirtschaftsentwicklung; Wirtschaftspolitik; Wirtschaftswachstum; Arbeitsmarktpolitik; China
Abstract"OECD's first Economic Survey of China documents the encouraging extent to which structural reforms in China have triggered a durable process of economic development. At the same time, the report points out where additional reform is needed. The major themes of the report include improving the framework for the private sector, labor market reforms, ageing, and reform of the public sector and the financial system." (Text excerpt, IAB-Doku). Contents: Assessment and Recommendations Chapter 1. Key Challenges for the Chinese Economy Assessing the Past Growth of the Economy Sustaining Growth Performance while addressing Imbalances Providing a Stable Macroeconomic Environment Annex 1.1. Estimates of the Purchasing Power Parity Conversion Rate for China Annex 1.2. Decomposition of Growth and Estimation of Potential Output Annex 1.3. The Extent of Urban Unemployment Annex 1.4. Progress in Raising the Average Level of Education in China Chapter 2. Improving Productivity in the Business Sector The Private Sector Has Emerged as a Major Driving Force in the Economy The State Sector Remains Large and Some Parts Waste Resources Factor Markets are Only Partly Reformed Summary and Recommendations Annex 2.1. Construction of Private Sector Estimates Annex 2.2. Industrial Microdate Estimates Annex 2.3. Employment Breakdown Chapter 3. Reforming the Financial System to Support the Market Economy A Financial System that is Developing Rapidly but Still Lags the Real Economy Developing Capital Markets and the Supporting Institutions Strengthening Governance and the Internal Incentives and Capabilities to Support It Bolstering the Prudential Framework to Maintain Financial Stability Summary and Recommendations Annex 3.1. Profitability of Selected Chinese and International Banks Chapter 4. Reforming Public Finances to Better Serve Growth The Fiscal Position Appears Stable The Framework for Allocation and Mobilisation of Resources Needs Improvement Imbalanced Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations Lie at the Core of Disparities and Inefficiencies Conclusion.
Erfasst vonInstitut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung, Nürnberg
Update2006/3
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