COUNTRY COMPARISONS      

 

Exhibit E. 
Chinese GDP per Capita,
by region, 1997

Source: BBC News

 

 

 

Exhibit F.
Urban and rural population in China,
1952 - 1997

Year

Total
(millions)

Rural
(millions)

Urban
(millions)

Rural
(%)

Urban
(%)

1952

574.82

503.19

71.63

87.5

12.5

1957

646.53

547.04

99.49

84.6

15.4

1962

672.95

556.36

116.59

82.7

17.3

1965

725.38

594.93

130.45

82.0

18.0

1970

829.92

685.68

144.24

82.6

17.4

1975

924.20

763.90

160.30

82.7

17.3

1978

962.59

790.14

172.45

82.1

17.9

1980

987.05

795.65

191.40

80.6

19.4

1985

1,058.51

807.57

250.94

76.3

23.7

1986

1,075.07

811.41

263.66

75.5

24.5

1987

1,093.00

816.26

276.74

75.7

25.3

1988

1,110.26

823.65

286.61

74.2

25.8

1989

1,127.04

831.64

295.40

73.8

26.2

1990

1,143.33

841.42

301.91

73.6

26.4

1991

1,158.23

852.80

305.43

73.6

26.4

1992

1,171.71

847.99

323.72

72.4

27.6

1993

1,185.17

851.66

333.51

71.9

28.1

1994

1,198.50

855.49

343.01

71.4

28.6

1995

1,211.21

859.47

351.74

71.0

29.0

1996

1,223.89

864.39

359.50

70.6

29.4

1997

1,236.26

866.37

369.89

70.1

29.9

Source: China Statistical Yearbook, Beijing, 1998 (p.105)

 

 

Exhibit G.

 

Source: China Statistical Yearbook, Beijing,
1998
Constant prices( p.325)
 

 

Exhibit H. 
Japan’s GDP Growth per year,
1985-1998

 

 

 

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Frederik Balfour, “Asia: Is This the Rebound?” BusinessWeek, March 25, 2002

 

Zafar Bangash, “China: from socialism to market economy and the quest for world status,” China Review, 1997

 

Brian Bremner, “A New Tool for Japan’s Bank Repair Job,” BusinessWeek, February 19, 2002

 

James C. Cooper with Kathleen Madigan, “Japan: Touching Bottom – and Staying There,” BusinessWeek, April 15, 2002

 

James C. Cooper with Kathleen Madigan, “Japan: Forget about a Turnaround Now,” BusinessWeek, October 15, 2001

 

Bruce Einhorn with Mark L. Clifford, “China and the WTO: Will its entry unleash new prosperity or further destabilize the world economy?” BusinessWeek, November 26, 2001

 

Bruce Einhorn with Mark L. Clifford, “A Greater Hong Kong?” BusinessWeek, November 26, 2001

 

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Marcus Noland, ”China and the International Economic System,” Working papers 1995, Institute for International economics

 

Marcus Noland, “US-China Economic Relations,” Working papers 1996, Institute for International economics

 

 

Robin Radin, “The Evolution of Japan’s Economic and Regulatory System: A Brief History,” Program on International Financial Systems, Harvard Law School

 

http://www.pponline.com/newsinfor/regional/asia_australia/japan/econ.shtml

 

http://www.csis.org/pacfor/cc/002Qjapan_china.html

 

 

 

 

 

 


[ii] Ibid.

[iii] Gregory/Stuart, Comparative Economic Systems sixth edition, copyright 1999 by Houghton Mifflin Company

[iv] C. Fred Bergsten, “The New Asian Challenge,” Institute for International economics, March 2000

[vi] Gregory/Stuart, Comparative Economic Systems sixth edition, copyright 1999 by Houghton Mifflin Company

[viii] Gregory/Stuart, Comparative Economic Systems sixth edition, copyright 1999 by Houghton Mifflin Company

[x] Ibid.


[i] Gregory/Stuart, Comparative Economic Systems sixth edition, copyright 1999 by Houghton Mifflin Company

[ii] Ibid.

[iii] Ibid.

[iv] Ibid.

[v] Ibid.

[vi] Ibid.

[ix] Gregory/Stuart, Comparative Economic Systems sixth edition, copyright 1999 by Houghton Mifflin Company

[x] Ibid.

[xi] Angus Maddison, Economic Growth in Japan and the USSR, London: Allen and Unwin, 1969, Ch.1

[xii] Gregory/Stuart, Comparative Economic Systems sixth edition, copyright 1999 by Houghton Mifflin Company

[xiii] C. Fred Bergsten, “The New Asian Challenge,” Institute for International economics, March 2000

[xiv] Michael E. Porter, “The Competitive Advantage of Nations,” Harvard Business Review, March-April 1990

[xv] Ibid.

[xvi] Ibid.

[xvii] Ibid.

[xviii] Gregory/Stuart, Comparative Economic Systems sixth edition, copyright 1999 by Houghton Mifflin Company

[xix] Ibid.

[xx] Ibid.

[xxi] Ibid.

 


[i] http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/02_12/b3775008.htm

[ii] Morris Goldstein, “The Asian Financial Crisis,” International economics Policy Briefs, Institute for International economics

[iii] Ibid.

 

 

 

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