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China and India as a New Centre of World Economy - 1955-2017

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Simon, György China and India as a New Centre of World Economy - 1955-2017
Simon, György - China and India as a New Centre of World Economy - 1955-2017

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After the end of the Second World War, three centres gradually emerged in the world economy, viz. the United States, the European Union and Japan. By the early 21st century, a fourth additional centre was being formed, represented today by China and India. Moreover, the People's Republic of China is now increasingly competing with the U.S. for global leadership.Relying on a theoretical framework that comprises key postulates of development economics, neoclassical and endogenous production functions and economic policy issues, the author investigates the determinant processes of political and economic development of China and India, chiefly in the period between 1955 and 2017. For econometric analysis, he uses primarily a general model that considers both physical and human capital and time as the event space of creative economic activity.

Contributors

Author:
Simon, György

Further information

Media Type:
Taschenbuch
Publisher:
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Biography Artist:
Simon, György
György Simon, Jr. is a Hungarian economist and specialist in international relations. He received a Ph.D. degree in economics in 1994. His experience includes work at Hungary's Foreign Ministry and Central Statistical Office.
Language:
Englisch
Number of Pages:
244

Master Data

Product Type:
Paperback book
Release date:
06 February 2020
Package Dimensions:
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.014 m; 0.413 kg
GTIN:
09786200481177
DUIN:
N9T75M8PQTQ
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