Economy of China: 1969–1989 A Macro-Econometric Model (CMD90)

  • Tang Guoxing


The Economy of China has been growing at a high rate of about 8.1% in the past two decades. This represents 2.5 points more than in the two decades prior to 1970. Since 1979, the economic reform and open policies were implemented, the economy has been growing particularly much faster and the labor productivity improved, due to the progressive introduction of the market mechanism.


Money Supply National Income Final Demand Fixed Capital Fixed Investment 
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    C. Moriguchi and Tang Guoxing (1984) ”An econometric model of PRC,” LINK Project meeting, Stanford University, Aug.Google Scholar
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    Tang Guoxing (1984) ”Long-term Multi-Sectoral Econometric Model of China,” Quantitative & Technical Economics, NO. 10Google Scholar
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    Tang Guoxing (1990) ”Macro-Economic Model 1,” the Development Research Centre of the State Council ed., Economic Development and Econometric Model of China, China: Finance & economy Press, pp. 60–87.Google Scholar
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    Tang Guoxing (1988) ”Opening to Foreign Investment and Economic Growth of China,” Discussion Paper KIER 8801, Kyoto Institute of Economic ResearchGoogle Scholar

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© Springer-Verlag Tokyo 1994

Authors and Affiliations

  • Tang Guoxing
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  1. 1.Natural Sceince Fundation of ChinaFudan UniversityPeople’s Republic of China

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