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xix, 211 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • 1. Introduction, Curtis Andressen Part 1: Sustainability of Chinese Society 2. Sustaining the Dragon: International Relations Theory and the Rise of China, Martin Griffiths 3. Unsustainable Economic Interdependence: Two Asia-Pacific Examples, Richard Leaver 4. China's Cities: Reflecting on the Last 25 years, Dean Forbes 5. Social Security for an Aging Society: The Experience of Australia and China, Andrew Watson 6. Education and Change in China Today, Zhou Guan Qi and Curtis Andressen 7. Sustainable Development and Health Care Reform in China, Shen Yajun and Arthur Van Deth 8. Malpractice of Chinese News Media: Grassroots Professionals Trapped in Three Paradoxes, Xie Baohui and Mobo Gao 9. Building the Micro-Foundation of China's Sustainable Economic Development: Share-holder Oriented Corporate Governance Reform & the Performance of Chinese Publicly Traded Companies, Yang Dian Part 2: Sustainability of the Environment in China 10. Sustainable Development - A Way Forward or an Illusion? Don Clifton 11. Developing Sustainable Societies: Challenges and Perspectives, Simon Marsden 12. Addressing Climate Change in China: Challenges and Opportunities, Wang Mou, Jiahua Pan and Ruiying Zhang 13. How Climage Change Affected the Herders' Livelihood in a Semi-arid Pastoral Community, Wang Xiaoyi and Zhang Qian 14. English for Environmental Protection in China, Jeffrey Gil and Han Lin 15. Conclusion, Wang Xiaoyi.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415662598 20160612
Over the past three decades, China's economic structure, direction and international presence have undergone a dramatic transformation. This rapid rise and China's enormous success in economic terms has created new challenges, and this book examines how the Chinese economy can continue to flourish, whilst at the same time protecting the environment and giving people more equal access to the benefits of the country's economic development. Examining the key issues surrounding China's continued sustainable development, in economic, political, social and more traditional environmental terms, this book assesses the costs of China's rapid development to date and in turn asks whether this can be maintained. The contributors show that the idea of sustainable development must take into account more than just the physical environment, and that there are additional problems relating to the sustainability of China's economic growth that are much more complicated. Divided into two broad sections, the book looks first at the broader issues of sustainability in China, before turning to the more classic idea of sustainability, that of the environment. In doing so, the contributors show that sustainability is a far more complex phenomenon than is often assumed, and that economic and social sustainability are inherently linked to linked to environmental sustainability. Dealing with what are arguably the greatest challenges facing China today, this book will be will be of great interests to students and scholars of Chinese studies, Chinese economics and Chinese politics, as well as those interested in development studies and sustainable development more broadly.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415662598 20160612
Green Library
Book
2, 2, 3, 6, 280 p. : ill ; 23 cm.
East Asia Library
Book
xxi, 197 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • List of Tables List of Figures List of Editors and Authors Introduction - Shujie Yao, Bin Wu, Stephen Morgan and Dylan Sutherland 1. Development of Chinese Private Sector in the Past 30 Years: Retrospect and Prospect - Hongliang Zheng and Yang Yang 2. Cost-Profit Efficiency and Governance Effects of Commercial Banks in China: 1995-2005 - Chunxia Jiang and Shujie Yao 3. Regional inequalities in China -- A non-monetary view - Stephen L Morgan and Fang Su 4. Low-Carbon China: the Role of International Collaboration - David Tyfield and James Wilsdon 5. Effects of policy measures on energy demand and greenhouse gas emissions in China's road transport sector - Xiaoyu Yan and Roy J. Crookes 6. Social Networks, Innovation and the Development of Industrial Clusters in China - Jinmin Wang 7. Globalization and the Seafarers Supply in China - Bin Wu and Shujie Yao 8. China's Diaspora and Returnees: Impact on China's Globalization Process - Huiyao Wang and David Zweig 9. Corporate Social Responsibility in China's Largest TNCs - Dylan Sutherland and Glen Whelan 10. Nationalism vs. Democracy - China's bloggers and the Western Media - David K. Herold.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415559560 20160603
Taking the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing as an iconic turning-point and exploring key themes such as economic reform and sustainability, innovation and sustainability, globalisation and social development, this book analyses the prospects for sustainable reform and development in Post-Olympic China.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415559560 20160603
Green Library
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10, 163 p. : col. ill., maps ; 29 cm.
East Asia Library
Book
3, 284 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
East Asia Library
Book
7, 9, 238 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
East Asia Library
Book
xxii, 349 p. ; 23 cm.
Green Library
Journal/Periodical
v. : ill. ; 26 cm.
East Asia Library
Book
xiii, 103, 48 p. : ill.(some col.), col. maps ; 30 cm.
Green Library
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13, 177 p. : col. ill., maps ; 29 cm.
Green Library
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xiv, 191 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • 1. Corporate Fraud and Bank Loan Contracting: Chinese Evidence-- Lars Helge Hass, Maximilian A. Muller, Zhifang Zhang 2. Corporate Governance and Diversity in Chinese Banks-- Hisham Farag, Christine Mallin 3. Institutional Logics and Financing Mechanisms: A Comparative Study of Ningbo and Wenzhou Entrepreneurs-- Xiuping Hua, Yuhuilin Chen 4. Intention for Succession and Financial Risk-Taking of Family Firms: Evidence from China-- Jialong Liu, Yulin Shi, Zhenyu Wu 5. The Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor System and Corporate Governance in China-- Lerong He 6. Accounting Performance Inflated by Private Equity before IPOs: Evidence from Chinese Firms-- Hong Bo, Boying Xu 7. The Split-Shares-Structure Reform in China: Past, Procedure and Impact-- Zheng Yang, Wenxuan Hou, Xiaolin Qian.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781137412522 20160618
There is an intense love-hate relationship between entrepreneurship and business ethics, and transitional economies provide fertile ground to examine these issues, especially within emerging markets. While institutional reform and governance assist entrepreneurship, the competition among Chinese entrepreneurs also serves as catalysts for further reform and governance improvement. Therefore, there is an interrelationship between business ethics, entrepreneurship, corporate governance, and institutional reform associated with China's past, current, and future economic development. Sustainable Entrepreneurship in China provides empirical evidence and cutting-edge research into topical business ethics issues relating to entrepreneurship, corporate governance, and institutional reforms in China. As a leading emerging economy, analysis of Chinese data provides useful policy implications for China, as well as other developing economies, on the ethical aspects of talent acquisition, venture capital investment, and corporate governance.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781137412522 20160618
Green Library
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327 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
East Asia Library
Book
xxxix, 448 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • The logical basis of development-oriented finance
  • Seizing the major contradiction in development
  • Realistically exploring the solution to problems
  • Cultural foundation of development-oriented finance
  • Philosophical outlook on development-oriented finance
  • Rational judgment of development trend and dynamics in the 21st century
  • The theoretical contents of development-oriented finance
  • Planning is a core competitive edge
  • Building the credit market constitutes the fourth driver for economic development
  • Organizational credit enhancement accelerates the construction of market credit system
  • Portfolio financing, banking's efficient two-edged tool
  • Perceptions on financial socialization
  • The operation mechanism of development-oriented finance
  • The operational mechanism : government entrance, financing process and marketing exit
  • Sources of funding: financial bonds supplemented with other raised funds
  • Governance structure : democratic funds and financial management
  • The management style : market-based and standardized management mode
  • The reform of development-oriented financial institute
  • Global financial crisis promotes world order change and international strategy adjustment
  • China's finance under the background of global changes
  • The study of the development-oriented financial institute to functioning as a commercial bank
  • Promoting the healthy development of the financial institution to a state of commercial operation
  • A preliminary study of financial diplomacy
  • Properly handle five relations to ensure the stable and rapid economic development of china
  • Bibliography
  • Epilogue
  • Index.
This book will promote further discussions and researches on China's modern economic and financial systems and in turn the sustainable development of the Chinese economy and the world economy at large.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789814596664 20160617
Green Library
Book
xxviii, 264 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
Green Library
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viii, 184 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
  • List of Figures-- List of tables-- List of Boxes-- Abbreviations-- Acknowledgements-- 1 Introduction-- 1.1 Challenges of unsustainable development in rural China-- 1.2 Approaches to unsustainable challenge-- 1.3 Farmer innovation? Research questions and framework-- 1.4 Book structure and content-- 2 Sustainability and farmer innovation in the developing world-- 2.1 Rural development and sustainability: roles for farmers-- 2.2 Exogenously technological innovation in marginal areas-- 2.3 Methodology for farmer innovation and self-organisation-- 2.4 Conclusions: environment, sustainability and farmer innovation-- 3 Marginal areas and marginalisation in rural China-- 3.1 Geogaphy for China's rural change? A core-marginal division-- 3.2 Rural change and marginalisation in market economy era-- 3.3 Impacts of marginalisation on government intervention-- 4 Environment and innovation in rural Shaanxi-- 4.1 Marginalisation in rural Shaanxi: an introduction-- 4.2 Environmental challenges and impacts on rural livelihoods-- 4.3 Rural innovation and re-organisation in marginal areas-- 4.4 Why a farmer innovation study is needed: concluding remarks-- 5 Environmental and development challenges in Zhidan-- 5.1 Zhidan's resources and ecological environment-- 5.2 Zhidan's rural economic development and challenges-- 5.3 Evolution of Zhidan's innovation strategy-- 5.4 Institutional dilemmas and innovation organisation-- 5.5 Conclusions: institutional contradiction and rural innovation-- 6 Farmer innovative capacity and communication networks-- 6.1 Village environment and livelihood systems: overview of samples-- 6.2 Household innovative capacity-- 6.3 Farmer communication networks-- 6.4 Conclusions: communication, networks and innovation-- 7 Farmer self-organisation for innovation: cases and model-- 7.1 Technology apprpriateness: the case of greenhouse adoption-- 7.2 Innovation potential:invention of a rainfall collection system-- 7.3 Social capital and farmer innovation: case of the 'green' village-- 7.4 Farmer innovation system: a self-organisation model-- 8 Conclusion: sustainability and farmer innovation in China-- 8.1 What's the challenge? Unsustainability and marginalisation-- 8.2 Role of the poor: sustainable livelihoods and organisation-- 8.3 Innovation model for farmer self-organisation-- 8.4 Policy implications: interface between insiders and outsiders-- Footnotes-- Bibliography-- Appendix 1: Map of fieldwork location-- Appendix 2: survey map of Zhidan.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415297196 20160527
Sustainable development in marginal areas, especially in those where rural poverty and environmental degradation are interwoven, is a great concern of development agencies worldwide, and much effort is put into development programmes, technology transfer schemes and so on. The problem is particularly acute in China, where increasing regional differences and inequality are eroding governmental poverty reduction efforts and exacerbating ecological crises. This book, based on extensive original research, examines the situation in China, especially in the Loess Plateau of Shaanxi Province. It explores in particular how farmers have organised themselves to initiate technical innovation, and considers communication networks and co-operative mechanisms. It discusses successful self-organisation, and how interfaces with external development agencies and with institutional innovation might be handled, highlighting the potential of farmer innovation initiatives, especially when they are linked with external development and environmental improvement programmes.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415297196 20160527
Green Library
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xxiv, 344 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
  • Preface-- Introduction-- Restructuring Property Rights in China: The chicken of institutions or the egg of reforms?-- Peter Ho"-- Part 1 Institutional Change, Politics and Administration-- 1. Property Rights and Land in Ex-Socialist States: Lessons of transition for China - Daniel W. Bromley - 2. Land Use Rights: Legal perspectives and pitfalls for land reform - Weiguo Wang"-- 3. The Politics of Rural Land Use Planning - Frank N. Pieke"-- Part 2 Land Tenure and Economic Relations 4. Land Tenure in China: Facts, fictions and issues - Scott Rozelle", - Loren Brandt", - Li Guo" and - Jikun Huang"-- 5. Market versus Administrative Reallocation of Land: An econometric analysis - Michael R. Carter" and - Yang Yao"-- 6. Regional Differences in Land Holdings and Land Use: Analyzing the first agricultural census - Roberto Fanfani" and - Cristina Brasili"-- 7. What Drives Land Fragmentation? Theoretical approaches and empirical analysis - Shuhao Tan", - Futian Qu" and - Nico Heerink"-- 8. Collective Landownership and its Role in Rural Industrialization - Xiaolin Pei"-- Part 3 Rethinking Property Rights: Natural resources and gender-- 9. Property Rights Reform in Pastoral Areas: Dilemmas on the road to the household ranch - Tony Banks"-- 10. Collective Forests and Forestland: Physical asset rights versus economic rights - Yaoqi Zhang" and - Shashi Kant"-- 11. Gender, Landlessness and Equity in Rural China Zongmin Li and - John Bruce".
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415362399 20160528
"Developmental Dilemmas "singles out land as an object of study and places it in the context of one of the world's largest and most populous countries undergoing institutional reform: the People's Republic of China. The book demonstrates that private property protected by law, the principle of 'getting-the-prices-right', and the emergence of effectively functioning markets are the outcome of a given society's historical development and institutional fabric. Peter Ho argues that the successful creation of new institutions hinges in part on choice and timing in relation to the particular constellation of societal, economic, political and cultural parameters. Disregarding these could result in rising inequality, bad land stewardship, and the eruption of land-related grievances.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415362399 20160528
Green Library
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526 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Green Library
Book
iv, 222 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
East Asia Library
Book
2, 2, 300 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
East Asia Library
Book
3 volumes : illustrations, maps ; 27 cm.
Law Library (Crown)

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