China has enjoyed spectacular economic growth since the 1980s. Economic models based on production functions typically suggest that China‟s rapid growth will continue at similarly high rates, but they ignore pressing structural and institutional constraints on its development. Among the problems identified in this paper, we point to an impending demographic shift that will greatly increase the number of economic dependents, the inadequate corporate legal foundation for indigenous private enterprise, and the discriminatory, defective and disruptive system of land tenure. These problems suggest a pressing agenda of institutional reform to help China develop in future decades.
|Name||UH Business School Working Papers|
|Publisher||University of Hertfordshire|
- corporate law
- land tenure