The Second Chinese Revolution

  • Authors
  • Eugenio Bregolat

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Eugenio Bregolat
    Pages 1-2
  3. Eugenio Bregolat
    Pages 34-152
  4. Eugenio Bregolat
    Pages 153-218
  5. Eugenio Bregolat
    Pages 219-290
  6. Eugenio Bregolat
    Pages 291-324
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 325-343

About this book


The Second Chinese Revolution explores some of the keys to understanding China, a country whose evolution already affects all of us. Beginning in 1978 - when China's GDP was only 6% of the USA's - the author takes us through the different aspects that have played a fundamental role in the country's change: China's eruption in world markets in the background of the West's economic crisis; its obsession with science and technology and its relentless march towards a 'knowledge society'; and a reassessment of the Tiananmen Square events of June 1989 and the ongoing debate on political reform. The book also includes a comparative analysis of the reforms in China and Russia in the last decades.


China development economic development Global economy New Economy

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