- Author:Z. Hu,M. S. Khan
- Publisher:International Monetary Fund (IMF) (November 1, 1997)
- Pages:10 pages
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Zuliu Hu Mohsin S. Khan.
Zuliu Hu Mohsin S. Rozlyn Coleman prepared the present version. Why Is China Growing So Fast?
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This paper identifies the sources of economic growth in China from 1952 to 1994.
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Mohsin S. Khan & Zuliu Hu, 1996. Why is China Growing so Fast?," IMF Working Papers 96/75, International Monetary Fund. Handle: RePEc:imf:imfwpa:96/75.
Zuliu Hu (Contact Author). affiliation not provided to SSRN.
Zuliu Hu received his P. in economicsfrom Harvard University.
Why Is China Growing So Fast? Zuliu Hu and Mohsin S. Zuliu Hu received his P. Mohsin S. Khan is Director of the IMFInstitute. He is a graduate of ColumbiaUniversity in New York and the LondonSchool of Economics.
As to why China grows faster than democracies like the United States has little to do with ideology or government type. For example, democratic India grows faster than China. It is all about how much room there is to grow. China is a nation of . billion people with a GDP approaching 10 trillion . I’m not using PPP because there are a lot of counterexamples and PPP is not a good measure of economic power) while the . is a nation of 320 million with a GDP surpassing 18 trillion dollars. This means that the average American is a lot better of than the average Chinese.