These include financial repression, the lack of a social safety net, an export-oriented growth Chinas economic miracle, and capital account restrictions, all of which contributed to excessively high domestic savings and trade imbalances.
Continued robust growth in China would be beneficial for the global economy as well. Third, China is a large country, with highly uneven regional development. Sincehowever, growth has become more dependent on investment and overall growth has slowed.
The proposed reforms include 1 financial sector reforms—liberalizing interest rates, establishing deposit insurance, and strengthening financial supervision and regulation; 2 fiscal reforms—strengthening social safety nets, introducing more efficient and redistributive taxes, and improving health insurance and pension coverage; 3 structural reforms—reforming the SOEs and the Hukou system and further opening up markets; and 4 external sector reforms—liberalizing the exchange rate and capital account controls.
The rapid growth was driven primarily by productivity gains and capital investment. It has also made China an increasingly important contributor to world economic growth and a large and growing market for U. If trade policies such as exchange rate pegs and capital controls are liberalized—as intended in the reform blueprints—then China could boost its productivity through catching up with the world technology frontier.
Past, Present and Future. Despite the slowdown, there are several reasons for optimism. According to one estimate, the misallocation of capital has significantly depressed productivity in China.
The banking sector is largely state-controlled, and bank loans disproportionately favor state-owned enterprises SOEs at the expense of more productive private firms. International Evidence and Implications for China.
This publication is edited by Anita Todd. With an aging population, slowing productivity growth, and the policy adjustments required to implement structural reforms, growth is projected to slow further to 6.
A series of domestic economic reforms beginning in the s led to more efficient allocations of capital and labor and also better aligned private incentives. Hsieh, Chang-Tai, and Peter J. No other country in modern history has achieved such high growth for so long.
High savings have boosted domestic investment, but allocations of credit and capital remain highly inefficient. The figure also reveals a significant decline in the contribution of total factor productivity since Permission to reprint must be obtained in writing.
This gives a reason for optimism that China will avoid the middle-income trap and follow the paths of Japan and South Korea to achieve high-income status. As productivity improved over time, investment and production expanded. The open-door policy attracted foreign direct investment, which in turn brought new management practices, technological know-how, and access to the world market for Chinese businesses.
To address structural imbalances and thus achieve sustainable long-term growth, the Chinese government announced a blueprint of economic reforms at the Third Plenum in November Curved line shows fitted trend.
For example, out of the roughly 10 percentage points of average growth in the s, capital accumulation accounts for about half of it, productivity improvement accounts for another 4 percentage points, and employment gains account for the remaining 1 percentage point.
If these reform blueprints can be successfully implemented, then China should be able to avoid the middle-income trap and sustain long-term growth at a reasonable pace.
In the transition process, however, structural reforms may contribute to a slowdown in economic growth. The recent slowdown and new policy measures During the global financial crisis, demand for Chinese exports fell substantially.
South Korea has followed a similar path since the s. Meanwhile, waning productivity gains presented further challenges for sustaining high growth. As policy focus shifts to interior region development, growth in the less-developed regions should accelerate.
No other country in modern history has achieved such exceptional growth for so long. These policy changes boosted productivity. At that rate, national income doubles every seven years.
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