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Research Series on the Chinese Dream and China’s Development Path

China’s Provincial Economic Competitiveness and Policy Outlook for the 13th Five-year Plan Period (2016-2020)

Authors: Li, J., Li, M., Gao, Y., Li, J., Su, H., Huang, M.

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This book focuses on the competitive situation and policy outlook of China’s provincial economy in the 13th five-year period. It begins with a general evaluation report on the country’s provincial comprehensive Economic Competitiveness, followed by analyses at the international, national and regional levels, industrial and enterprise levels. On the basis of domestic and international research findings, it further enriches our understanding of provincial competitiveness, analyzes the domestic and international situation, explores new changes, new norms, new situations and new challenges concerning China’s provincial economy in the past few years, reveals the characteristics and relative differences of different types, defines their internal competitive strengths and weaknesses, and provides valuable theoretical content to guide decision-making.

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Prof. Jianping Li is the former President of Fujian Normal University, Director of FJNU Branch of National Research Center of Comprehensive Economic Competitiveness, PhD supervisor, an expert on Fujian Province, and recipient of the State Council Special Allowance and National Young & Mid-aged Expert with Outstanding Contribution. He is also an academic leader at Fujian University’s key discipline “Political Economics”, a PhD program focusing on Theoretical Economics and the sub-discipline Fundamentals of Marxism. He is Vice Chairman of the China Association of Capital Studies, the National Association of Marxist Economics History, China Association of Historic Materialism, Fujian Province Association of Social Sciences, and Fujian Province Association for Science and Technology, as well as economic adviser of the People's Government of Fujian Province. Prof. Li’s research focuses on Marxist economic ideological history, capital and socialist market economies, economic reform methodologies, and regional economic development. He has led over 20 national and provincial/ministerial key research projects, compiled/wrote more than 60 academic books (including those he coauthored) such as Dialectic Exploration on Volume I of Capital and A Report of Overall Competitiveness of China’s Provincial Economy, and has published over 100 academic papers in periodicals like People's Daily and Economics Information. He is the recipient of seven first prizes and two second prizes including the Fujian Province Excellent Philosophy and Social Sciences Research Result Award, as well as the Excellent Theoretical Paper Award in the 7th National “Five-One” Project. 
Prof. Minrong Li holds a PhD in Economics. He is currently Director General of the China Institute of Science and Technology Evaluation. He is a former Director of the Development Research Center of the People's Government of Fujian Province, adjunct professor at Fujian Normal University, doctoral supervisor and Vice President of the China Regional Economics Society. Prof. Li’s main research interests are in macroeconomics, regional economic competitiveness, and modern logistics, and he has published more than 20 books (including those he coauthored), such as A Study of the Overall Competitiveness of China's Provincial Economy (1998-2004), Annual Report on Competitiveness of China’s Provincial Agriculture, Annual Report on Competitiveness of China’s Provincial Forestry, and West Shore of Taiwan Straits and Taiwan published in Taiwan; he has also contributed more than 240 academic papers in periodicals like People’s Daily, Qiushi Journal, Management World, and Economics Information. Recently he has led several provincial key research projects, including the National Social Science Fund project, A Research of Forecasting and Evaluation of Overall Competitiveness of China’s Provincial Economy, Application of the Empirical Economics Theories and Methodology in Regional Economy, and A Study on the Several Key Issues in Constructing Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone during the “Eleventh Five-year” period. His research achievements include more than 10 provincial/ministerial awards, including third prizes of the second and third Excellent Achievements in Social Sciences award of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, as well as the Provincial Prize for Progress in Science and Technology (third place), first prizes of the 7th and 8th Excellent Achievements in Social Sciences, second prize of the 6th Excellent Achievements in Social Sciences, and third prize of the 7th Excellent Achievements in Social Sciences in Fujian Province. 
Prof. Maoxing Huang is the Vice (Managing) Dean of the School of Economics at Fujian Normal University, Executive Deputy Director of the FJNU Branch of the National Research Center of Comprehensive Economic Competitiveness, Executive Director of the Talent Development Research Center of Fujian Province, Vice Director General of the Chinese Association of Quantitative Economics, Standing Council of the Chinese Association of Regional Economics, as well as the Standing Council of the Chinese Research Association of Economic Laws. He is mainly engaged in technical economy, regional economy and competitiveness research and has led more than 50 research projects at the national and/or ministerial level. He is also the author or coauthor of over 41 books including Technical Choice and Upgrading Industrial Structure, Research on Technique Choice and Economic Growth, and Research on National Innovation Competitiveness. He has published more than 150 academic papers in key periodicals such as Economic Study, Management World, Economics Information, and Xinhua Digest. His research achievements have been honored with over 20 awards, including one first prize (coauthor) in the First National Excellent Papers on Economic Census Award of the State Council, four first prizes (coauthor) in the 7th-9th Fujian Excellent Social Science Researches Award, and two second prizes in the 8th-9th Fujian Excellent Social Science Researches Award. He was also selected in a number of talent incentive programs, such as the young top-notch talent of the first national “Ten Thousand Talent Program”, leading talent on Philosophy and Social Science of the second batch of national “Ten Thousand Talent Program”, “China’s Cultural Celebrities and Four Batches of Talents”, “National-Level Candidate of the National Hundred, Thousand, and Ten Thousand Talents Project”, “New Century Excellent Talent of Ministry of Education”, and “Chinese Youth May Fourth Medal”. His research team was recognized as a “Chinese Education System Excellent Group” in 2014 by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security and the Ministry of Education.  

Table of contents (6 chapters)

Table of contents (6 chapters)
  • Overall Assessment of China’s Provincial Economic Competitiveness

    Pages 1-72

    Li, Jianping (et al.)

  • International Level: Global Economic Landscape and Development Trend

    Pages 73-104

    Li, Jianping (et al.)

  • National Level: Key Areas and Strategic Breakthroughs for Enhancing China’s Overall Economic Competitiveness

    Pages 105-133

    Li, Jianping (et al.)

  • Regional Level: New Landscape of Competition and Cooperation Among Regions in China

    Pages 135-162

    Li, Jianping (et al.)

  • Industry Level: Areas of Focus and Directions for the Enhancement of China’s Industry Competitiveness

    Pages 163-202

    Li, Jianping (et al.)

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Hardcover $109.99
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Bibliographic Information

Bibliographic Information
Book Title
China’s Provincial Economic Competitiveness and Policy Outlook for the 13th Five-year Plan Period (2016-2020)
Authors
Series Title
Research Series on the Chinese Dream and China’s Development Path
Copyright
2018
Publisher
Springer Singapore
Copyright Holder
Social Sciences Academic Press and Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
eBook ISBN
978-981-13-2664-6
DOI
10.1007/978-981-13-2664-6
Hardcover ISBN
978-981-13-2663-9
Series ISSN
2363-6866
Edition Number
1
Number of Pages
XXI, 235
Number of Illustrations
3 b/w illustrations, 46 illustrations in colour
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