|aChina, India and the end of development models /|cedited by Xiaoming Huang, Alex C. Tan and Sekhar Bandyopadhyay.
|aHoundmills, Basingstoke, Hamphire ;|aNew York :|bPalgrave Macmillan,|c2012.
|axvii, 294 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm.
|aRethinking international development series
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 267-289) and index.
|gIntroduction:|tDevelopment exercises and development models /|rXiaoming Huang --|tGrowth paradigms of China and India : a conventional framework of growth analysis /|rDilip K. Das --|tA supply-demand analysis of economic growth of China and India /|rSrikanta Chatterjee --|tOne economics, many recipes : an institutional approach to explaining economic growth /|rJun Fu --|tFrom Dingzhou to Nandigram : social conflict, party society, and inter-governmental dynamics /|rLei Guang --|tRegime types, political change and economic development : the cases of India and China /|rZhiyue Bo --|tChina and India : education in paths to prosperity /|rKrishna B. Kumar and Ying Liu --|tLabor movement and economic growth : shaping and managing the Lewis transition in China and India /|rJason Young --|tChina's economic growth engine : the likely types of hardware failure, software failure, and power supply failure /|rWing Thye Woo --|tComparing national sustainability in China and India /|rBruce Gilley --|tThe "living wisdom" of China's development experience /|rZhenglai Deng --|gConclusion:|tThe end of development models? /|rXiaoming Huang.
內容簡介top China, India and the End of Development Models 簡介 Promoting the understanding of the impressive economic growth and social transformation in China and India, the authors demonstrate the diverse economic, political, social, cultural, international and historical conditions in these two developing countries and point out the theoretical problems of comparative development models in particular.