Regional Development in China : Transitional Institutions , Embedded Globalization , and Hybrid Economies

@inproceedings{Wei1998RegionalDI,
  title={Regional Development in China : Transitional Institutions , Embedded Globalization , and Hybrid Economies},
  author={Yehua Dennis Wei},
  year={1998}
}
This paper by a recognized specialist reviews the substantial recent literature on regional development in China, emphasizing studies of regional inequality and local development. It attempts to critically assess progress and changes in the structure of such research, highlighting the important role of institutions and geography, as well as emerging theoretical notions of transitional institutions, embedded globalization, and hybrid economies. The paper identifies intriguing and important… CONTINUE READING
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