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China through 2020 : a macroeconomic scenario (Chinese)

This paper sketches a macroeconomic scenario for China for 2010-20. The growth accounting exercise finds that, with both the working population and total factor productivity on course to decelerate, potential gross domestic product (GDP) growth is likely to moderate in the coming 10 years, despite still sizeable capital deepening. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 55132 JUN 01, 2010

Kuijs, Louis English Disclosed

China through 2020 : a macroeconomic scenario (English)

This paper sketches a macroeconomic scenario for China for 2010-20. Growth accounting exercise finds that, with both the working population and total factor productivity on course to decelerate, potential gross domestic product (GDP) growth is likely to moderate in the coming 10 years, despite still sizeable capital deepening. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 56599 JUN 01, 2009

Kuijs, Louis Disclosed

China through 2020 - a macroeconomic scenario (Chinese)

This paper sketches a macroeconomic scenario for China for 2010-20. The growth accounting exercise finds that, with both the working population and total factor productivity on course to decelerate, potential Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth is likely to moderate in the coming 10 years, despite still sizeable capital deepening. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 55104 JUN 01, 2009

Kuijs, Louis English Disclosed

China through 2020 - a macroeconomic scenario (English)

This paper sketches a macroeconomic scenario for China for 2010-20. The growth accounting exercise finds that, with both the working population and total factor productivity on course to decelerate, potential Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth is likely to moderate in the coming 10 years, despite still sizeable capital deepening. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 55104 JUN 01, 2009

Kuijs, Louis Chinese Disclosed

China through 2020 : a macroeconomic scenario (English)

This paper sketches a macroeconomic scenario for China for 2010-20. The growth accounting exercise finds that, with both the working population and total factor productivity on course to decelerate, potential gross domestic product (GDP) growth is likely to moderate in the coming 10 years, despite still sizeable capital deepening. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 55132 JUN 01, 2009

Kuijs, Louis Chinese Disclosed

Raw material prices, wages, and profitability in China industry : how was profitability maintained when input prices and wages increased so fast? (English)

The World Bank China Research paper is industrial sector has faced large increases in raw material prices, and wages also risen significantly. These papers aims at analyzed and quantify the impact of the cost pressures on the profitability of industry. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 41861 OCT 01, 2007

Song-Yi, Kim; Kuijs, Louis

Rebalancing China's economy : modeling a policy package (English)

This paper discusses how China can rebalance its pattern of growth by implementing a package of policies. The authors first characterize the distinct features of China's pattern of growth and the specific policies they think are behind it. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 41859 SEP 01, 2007

He, Jianwu; Kuijs, Louis

Structural change and energy use : evidence from China's provinces (English)

This paper investigates the extent to which structural change in China's economy has contributed to changes in energy intensity. It uses a new province-level data set on energy intensity over the period 1990-2004. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 41858 APR 01, 2007

Hofman,Bert; Labar,Kelly Disclosed

How will China's saving-investment balance evolve? (English)

This paper investigates how China's saving, investment, and the saving-investment balance will evolve in the decades ahead. However, much of China's high economy-wide saving, and the difference between China and other countries, is due to unusually high enterprise and government saving. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 41857 MAY 01, 2006

Kuijs, Louis Disclosed

Neither a borrower nor a lender : does China's zero net foreign asset position make economic sense? (English)

This paper states that China in the past few years has emerged as a net foreign creditor on the international scene with net foreign assets slightly greater than zero percent of wealth. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 41855 NOV 01, 2005

Dollar, David; Kraay, Aart Disclosed

External liberalization and the evolution of China's exchange system : an empirical approach (English)

China's external liberalization has been experimental and gradual, making it evolutionary rather than revolutionary. The empirical approach has allowed China to draw lessons from experiments, and subsequently establish or adapt the institution and administration system that are appropriate for the particular stage of liberalization. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 41856 NOV 01, 2005

Zhao, Min Disclosed

China's pattern of growth : moving to sustainability and reducing inequality (English)

This paper studies the sources and pattern of China's impressive economic growth over the last 25 years, and shows that key issues currently of concern to policymakers - widening inequality, rural poverty, and resource intensity - are to a large extent rooted in China's growth strategy, and resolving them requires a rebalancing of policies. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 41854 OCT 01, 2005

Kuijs, Louis; Wang, Tao Disclosed

Investment and saving in China (English)

This paper on an analysis of sectoral patterns of investment and saving in China - over time and compared to other countries - sheds light on the factors driving high investment and on how saving is channeled into investment. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 41852 MAY 01, 2005

Kuijs, Louis Disclosed

Title Document Date Report No. Document Type Also available in
China through 2020 : a macroeconomic scenario (Chinese)
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JUN 01, 2010 55132 Working Paper (Numbered Series) English
China through 2020 : a macroeconomic scenario (English)
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JUN 01, 2009 56599 Working Paper (Numbered Series)
China through 2020 - a macroeconomic scenario (Chinese)
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JUN 01, 2009 55104 Working Paper (Numbered Series) English
China through 2020 - a macroeconomic scenario (English)
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JUN 01, 2009 55104 Working Paper (Numbered Series) Chinese
China through 2020 : a macroeconomic scenario (English)
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JUN 01, 2009 55132 Working Paper (Numbered Series) Chinese
Raw material prices, wages, and profitability in China industry : how was profitability maintained when input prices and wages increased so fast? (English)
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OCT 01, 2007 41861 Working Paper (Numbered Series)
Rebalancing China's economy : modeling a policy package (English)
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SEP 01, 2007 41859 Working Paper (Numbered Series)
Structural change and energy use : evidence from China's provinces (English)
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APR 01, 2007 41858 Working Paper (Numbered Series)
How will China's saving-investment balance evolve? (English)
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MAY 01, 2006 41857 Working Paper (Numbered Series)
Neither a borrower nor a lender : does China's zero net foreign asset position make economic sense? (English)
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NOV 01, 2005 41855 Working Paper (Numbered Series)
External liberalization and the evolution of China's exchange system : an empirical approach (English)
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NOV 01, 2005 41856 Working Paper (Numbered Series)
China's pattern of growth : moving to sustainability and reducing inequality (English)
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OCT 01, 2005 41854 Working Paper (Numbered Series)
Investment and saving in China (English)
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MAY 01, 2005 41852 Working Paper (Numbered Series)