This volume is a timely addition to the emerging literature on the rise of China and India, focusing on how rapid economic growth and geopolitical changes in these countries are reshaping the world economy and global governance. It covers issues such as productivity, labor market, trade competition, and energy.
Amelia U. Santos-Paulino is Research Fellow at the World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU-WIDER) in Helsinki, Finland.
Previously she was Research Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex, UK, and Visiting Scholar at the University of California, Davis. She has served as a research economist at the Central Bank of the Dominican Republic and as an advisor to the Government of the Dominican Republic. Her research has been published in academic journals including the Economic Journal, Manchester School, and World Development.
Guanghua Wan is Principal Economist at the Asian Development Bank.
Previously he was Senior Research Fellow and Project Director at UNU-WIDER.
Guanghua Wan is an Honorary Professor at more than ten universities in China, and a prolific researcher with over 50 analytical papers in refereed journals and more than 10 book volumes. He is a pioneer in developing regression-based decomposition techniques for inequality and poverty accounting.
List of Tables, Figures and Boxes Foreword Preface Notes on Contributors List of Abbreviations and Acronyms PART I: THE RISE OF CHINA AND INDIA: DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES AND LESSONS FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Globalization and the Developing World: The Difference that China Makes; J.Henderson China, South Africa, and the Lewis Model; J.Knight India's Economic Growth: Lessons for the Emerging Economies; S.Chakraborty PART II: ECONOMIC STRUCTURE AND GROWTH Beyond Industrialization: New Approaches to Development Strategy Based on the Service Sector; P.Sheehan The Service Sector Revolution in India: A Quantitative Analysis; R.Verma China's Development Strategy and Energy Security; H.A.Khan Identification of Regional Fundamental Economic Structure (FES) of India: An Input-Output and Field of Influence Approach; S.K.Thakur Comparing Regional Development in China and India; Y.Wu The Gains from Growth for Women and Informal Workers in India: A SAM Based CGE Analysis; A.Sinha & H.A.Khan PART III: TRADE AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Firm Location Choice in Cities: Evidence from China and India; K.S.Sridhar & G.Wan China's Global Growth and Latin American Exports; R.Jenkins Component Trade and China's Global Economic Integration; K.Li , L.Song & X.Zhao The Rise of China and India: Lessons and Implications for Global Development; A.U.Santos-Paulino & G.Wan Index