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Title: The Chinese model of development: An international perspective
Authors: Cheng, Y. 
Keywords: Economic model
Political model
Social reform
The Chinese model
Issue Date: May-2010
Citation: Cheng, Y. (2010-05). The Chinese model of development: An international perspective. Social Sciences in China 31 (2) : 44-59. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: With the success of China's reform and opening up, increasing attention has been paid to the Chinese model of development both in China and abroad. However, in studying the Chinese model, many scholars, particularly Western ones, have avoided studying China's political model. Instead, they have conceptualized the Chinese model of development as a matter of purely economic success. Actually, it is extremely hard to understand the Chinese economic model without discussing the Chinese political model, because it is China's political model that has driven the success of its economic model. Many underdeveloped countries face the grave challenge of building a stable political and social structure. There can be no doubt that the political and economic implications of the Chinese model of development provide a valuable lesson in this respect. © 2010 Social Sciences in China Press.
Source Title: Social Sciences in China
ISSN: 02529203
DOI: 10.1080/02529201003794809
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