Regional Development in China Essay by Master Researcher

Regional Development in China
A review of regional development and inequity in contemporary China.
# 87176 | 675 words | 5 sources | 2005 | US


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This essay briefly reviews the development and existence of an emerging culture of systemic disparity between China's regions and people. The essay discusses that despite successes in the spillover of economic growth into other regions; the collective emphasis on staged regional economic development united with China's ambition of becoming a global economic power has resulted in the rise of a culture of superiority in the coastal region.

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"Regional Development and Inequity in Contemporary China STATEMENT OF ARGUMENT: Despite successes in the spillover of economic growth into other regions; the collective emphasis on staged regional economic development united with China's ambition of becoming a global economic power has resulted in the rise of a culture of superiority in the coastal region. ESSAY: Barry Naughton argues that despite the popular opinion that suggests that region disparities in China are increasing, the empirical facts indicate that overall, change in rank of GDP is too diverse to determine this one way or another. In contrast to this opinion, other scholars state that regional disparities are real and in fact planned."

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