2 edition of Rebalancing growth in China found in the catalog.
2005 by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Economics in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English
Our paper is an attempt to define the contours of the right macroeconomic strategy for China. In a nutshell, we believe that the package includes a decrease in saving, with a focus on private saving, an increase in the supply of services, in particular health services, and an appreciation of the RMB. This is why we refer to this strategy as a three-handed approach: action on the fiscal and budgetary front, accompanied by currency revaluation. We start by asking how the Chinese economy got to where it is - what the strategy has been since the beginning of the reforms, and what the main characteristics of the economy are today. We then ask what is the desirable path for the future, and which are the main policy tradeoffs implied by such a path. Finally, we put the various pieces together to describe what we believe is a consistent policy package. Keywords: China, growth, appreciation, services. JEL Classifications: E2, O53.
|Statement||Olivier Blanchard [and] Francesco Giavazzi|
|Series||Working paper series / Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Economics -- working paper 05-32, Working paper (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Economics) -- no. 05-32.|
|Contributions||Giavazzi, Francesco, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Economics|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
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Min Zhu, also of the IMF and former deputy governor of the People’s Bank of China. that it is worthwhile to draw some insights from Japan’s experience in the early s, when much of Japan’s rebalancing of economic growth was accomplished.2 With this in mind, in this paper we try to draw some insights for China from Japan’s experience of transforming its growth mode in the early s.
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This chapter examines China’s economic imbalance and the need for rebalancing. China’s international payments surpluses during the first decade of the twenty-first century have been accompanied by deepening domestic structural risks to economic growth and development.
These structural risks include the composition of growth resulting from China’s dynamic internal transformation; the. Olivier Blanchard & Francesco Giavazzi, "Rebalancing Growth in China: A Three‐Handed Approach," China & World Economy, Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, vol.
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Finally, rebalancing China’s growth pattern has proven to be extremely difficult due to political obstacles, including pressure from interest groups, gridlock caused by factional politics, and Author: Nicholas R. Lardy. Asia's recent economic performance has been remarkable.
However, the rapid growth that Asia has experienced cannot be taken for granted. This volume analyzes Asia's need to rebalance its growth model toward domestic demand and what that rebalancing would entail.
It discusses the nature of the challenge across economies in the region. reveals that China’s growth model has resulted in its having the lowest share of private consumption to GDP in the region and the lowest rate of employment growth relative to GDP growth.
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This is why we refer to this strategy as a “three‐handed approach. The Achilles heel of China’s rebalancing, however, lies in the credit-side. Unless high and hard growth targets are eliminated and decisive corporate restructuring and SOE reforms are implemented, credit rebalancing is likely to only slowly progress and China’s debt ratios will further grow.
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A Rebalancing Chinese Economy: Challenges and International Implications Guonan Ma, Ivan Roberts and Gerard Kelly* 1. Introduction China’s twin imbalances – the high investment-to-GDP and low consumption-to-GDP ratios and the current account surplus – have been a focus of international policy discussions since the mid s.
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