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Title: A Converged Economic Development Paradigm : An Analytical Comparison between Chinese Model and East Asian Model(Special Commemorative Issue Presented to Prof. emeritus Muneaki Ikeda & Takako Kakinuma)
Other Titles: 終斂された経済発展パラダイム : 中国モデルと東アジアモデルに関する比較分析(池田宗彰・柿沼孝子教授定年退任記念号)
Authors: Zhijia, Yuan
苑, 志佳
立正大学経済学部
Rissho University
Keywords: East Asian Development Paradigm
Authoritarianism
Government-led industrialization
Issue Date: Dec-2007
Publisher: 立正大学経済学会
Abstract: Most of the previous studies consider the success of Chinese economy as a special case because China has been so different from the other East Asian countries & regions in terms of political institutions, legal systems, the way of economic development and value concept that no one thinks China's case contains any universal meaning. However, this paper argues that China extremely resembles the development paradigm of the other East Asian areas that realized high economic growth with various development characteristics-authoritarianism, enforcement of economic plan, government-led industrialization, enforcement of industrial policy, etc. From the political-economic point of view, the author tries to verify the abovementioned hypothesis by displaying the historical facts found from the process of economic development in China. Although China seems to carry out absolutely different development paradigm if it is measured by some political & social standards like market economy, private property concept and democracy, the author insists on his opinion that post-war development process in China took a similar pattern with the other East Asian areas in principle. Also, in a long run, it is likely that China will move much closer to East Asian paradigm.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11266/758
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