China's National Income, 1952–1995 brings together national income statistics for the People's Republic of China in an accessible and comprehensive volume. Because of China's tightly guarded economy, such statistics have been notoriously difficult for Western scholars to attain. This comprehensive collection of statistical data, available here for the first time anywhere, provides an indispensable resource for students of China and for those studying economics and business in the PRC. Part I is comprised of five chapters, presenting information on the theoretical aspect of China's national income estimation: the establishment and evolution of China's national income; China's national income accounting in MPS; China's national economic accounting system—SNA; the interchange between SNA gross domestic product and its constituent elements and MPS national income and its constituent elements; and some explanations of the estimation of gross domestic product and its components for future improvements. Part II comprises the data of China's national income at both national and provincial levels.
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Descrizione libro Westview Press. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Fair. Codice libro della libreria G081333599XI5N00