Pinpoints the Risks of Structural Imbalances in China’s Economy
A thorough examination of the structural imbalances in China’s consumption, investment, financial, and international balance of payments sectors, Structural Economics in China: A Three-Dimensional Framework for Balanced Growth analyzes and measures China’s structural imbalances in terms of wealth distribution, economic growth, and environmental protection. Author Xiang Junbo considers future adjustment strategies such as a low-carbon economic structure, a consumption-oriented economic structure, a market-oriented financial structure, and a regional economic structure in terms of China’s current growth model. Structural Economics in China: A Three-Dimensional Framework for Balanced Growth offers not just a reasoned assessment of China’s continued balanced growth but it also suggests five key strategies for adjusting the economy of China and sustaining the country’s unparalleled economic rise.
About the Author
Xiang Junbo is the Chairman of the Agricultural Bank of China. He served as Deputy Auditor-General of the National Audit Office, Vice President of the People’s Bank of China, and Director of its Shanghai headquarters. His areas of research include the whole economic field, including fiscal, financial, and legal issues, auditing, and supervision and risk control.