Readership: Academics, researchers, and graduate students in Economics, Business and Management, Law, and Chinese
Studies. China specialists; Postgraduate and final year undergraduates studying development economics, labour economics, transition economics, or the Chinese economy or society.
Linda Yueh, Fellow in Economics, St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford, Adjunct Professor of Economics, London Business School, and Visiting Professor of Economics at Peking University
Linda Yueh is a fellow in economics at St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford, adjunct professor of economics at the London Business School, and visiting professor of economics at Peking University. Dr. Yueh directs the China Growth Centre at Oxford and is an associate of the Centre for Economic Performance and IDEAS research centre at the London School of Economics. She has been an advisor to, among others, the World Economic Forum in Davos, the World Bank, the European Commission, and the Asian Development Bank. She is
also an economics broadcaster and has published widely in the areas of economics, law, globalisation, and development.
2: New Growth Theories: Transition and Institutional Change
3: Neoclassical Growth: Labour Productivity and Corporate Restructuring
4: Endogenous Growth: Human Capital and Labour Market Reforms
5: 'Catch up' Growth: Technology Transfers and Innovation
6: Informal Growth Determinants: Self-Employment and Social Capital
7: Financial and Legal Development: The Role of Private Enterprises in Growth
8: Global Integration and Growth: Re-Balancing the Economy
9: Conclusion: The Role of the State