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Author Yusuf, Shahid
Title Two Dragon Heads : Contrasting Development Paths for Beijing and Shanghai
Imprint Herndon : World Bank Publications, 2009
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Note Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- About the Authors -- Abbreviations -- Chapter 1. Introduction and Overview -- Strategies for Beijing and Shanghai -- Rethinking Urban Development -- Chapter 2. China's Development and Its Megacities -- Seven Factors Contributing to Chinese Success -- Outlook for the Future -- Chapter 3. Manufacturing Industry: Locomotive for Innovation and Growth -- Why a Broad Manufacturing Base Matters -- The Case for Complex Capital Goods -- Industrial Productivity and Innovation -- Chapter 4. Pitfalls of Early Deindustrialization -- Expansion of Services -- Five Stylized Tendencies and Their Implications -- Chapter 5. Economic Composition, Resources, and the Emerging Innovation Potentials in Beijing and Shanghai -- The Industrial Economy -- The Financial Sector -- Labor and Skills -- Tertiary Education and the Innovation System -- Innovation Outcomes -- Venture Capital -- Megacities: Moving to a More Innovative Economy -- Chapter 6. Making Industries Innovative -- Urban Strategy and Policy Directions -- Concluding Observations -- References -- Index -- Back cover
Beijing and Shanghai comprise the axes of China's two leading urban regions. Their economic fortunes will affect the overall growth of China. The economic composition of the two megacities differs significantly and the future sources of competitive advantage also lie in different areas although there is some overlap. Shanghai with its diverse industrial base is the industrial powerhouse of China. Its strongest growth prospects still lie in activities associated with manufacturing industry buttressed by improvements in the technological and innovation capabilities of domestic firms and supported by the deepening of business services. In contrast, Beijing's future prospects are more closely tied to research intensive activities and the services industry. This book explores the contrasting development options available to Beijing and Shanghai and proposes strategies for these cities based on their current and acquired capabilities, experience of other world cities, the emerging demand in the national market, and likely trends in global trade
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Yusuf, Shahid Two Dragon Heads : Contrasting Development Paths for Beijing and Shanghai Herndon : World Bank Publications,c2009 9780821380482
Subject Economic development -- China -- Beijing.;Economic development -- China -- Shanghai.;Beijing (China) -- Economic policy.;Shanghai (China) -- Economic policy
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Alt Author Nabeshima, Kaoru
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