Nicholas R. Lardy's The State Strikes Back: The End of Economic Reform in China?
In The State Strikes Back: The End of Economic Reform in China? Nicholas Lardy makes a case for China’s future growth prospects if China can avoid resurgent state dominance in its economy. In their review essays, Kenneth Pomeranz, Yuen Yuen Ang, and Loren Brandt evaluate this argument and possible complications, with a response essay from author Nicholas Lardy.
China’s Future Isn’t What It Used to Be—But Maybe That’s How China’s Leaders Want It
Three Factors Confounding China’s Trajectory: Corruption, Speculative Investment, and the Climate Crisis
Yuen Yuen Ang
China’s Productivity Problem
Author’s Response: Assessing China’s Potential Growth
Nicholas R. Lardy
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