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Debating the Lewis Turning Point in China by Yiping Huang,Fang Cai

By Yiping Huang,Fang Cai

HUANG Yiping is Professor of Economics on the China heart for monetary study, nationwide college of improvement, Peking college, China. he's additionally an accessory professor on the Australian nationwide college and a member of the China Finance forty discussion board. His present examine makes a speciality of macroeconomic coverage, overseas finance and rural development.


CAI Fang is Director, Professor and Fellow at the Institute of inhabitants and exertions Economics, chinese language Academy of Social Sciences, China. He serves as vice president of the China inhabitants organization. His present examine specializes in China’s exertions migration, inhabitants and improvement, fiscal reform, source of revenue distribution and poverty.

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