• Terry Cannon ed., China’s Economic Growth: The Impact on Regions, Migration, and the Environment

    This volume consists mainly of contributions from geographers, but contributions have also been made by economists and political scientists. It analyses the changes in attitudes…

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  • Hong Kong, Taiwan and Shanghai
    Rival logistics hubs along the East Asian maritime corridor

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  • Hong Kong: A World Platform for Greater Value-added Services?

    The decline in manufacturing industry in Hong Kong—22% of gross domestic product (GDP) in 1987, 6.5% in 1997—is nothing new and has been much debated….

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  • David L. Wank: Commodifying Communism — Business, Trust and Politics in a Chinese City

    When there are vast areas of the economic and sociological literature on China devoted to those mastodons—the state-owned enterprises (SOEs)—whose never-ending death throes paralyse Chinese…

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  • Marie-Claire Bergère: Le mandarin et le compradore

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  • M. Angelasto and B. Adamson (eds): Higher Education in Post-Mao China

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  • Integration or Disintegration?
    The Spatial Effects of Foreign Direct Investment in China

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  • Thierry Sanjuan: A l’ombre de Hong Kong — le delta de la Rivière des perles

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  • Special Survey: Guangdong’s Boom
    Guangdong’s Position in Asian Trade

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