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China Growth Centre Discussion Papers

CGC DP1
Accounting for China's labour productivity growth in the 2000s
Linda Yueh, University of Oxford
June 2010

CGC DP2
Are China's macroeconomic imbalances sustainable?
John Knight, University of Oxford and Wei Wang, University of Cambridge
June 2010

CGC DP3
Accounting for China's growth
Loren Brandt, University of Toronto and Xiaodong Zhu, University of Toronto
June 2010

CGC DP4
Why does China invest so much?
John Knight, University of Oxford and Sai Ding, University of Glasgow
June 2010

CGC DP5
Financial repression and economic growth in China
Yiping Huang, China Center for Economic Research, Peking University and Xun Wang, China Center for Economic Research, Peking University
June 2010

CGC DP6
Foreign direct investment and full factor productivity in China
Eunsuk Hong, Queen’s University, Belfast and Laixiang Sun, SOAS, University of London
June 2010

CGC DP7
Business environments and the China-India performance gap: Diagnosis of country-specific bottlenecks
Wei Li, University of Virginia, Taye Mengistae, World Bank and Lixin Colin Xu, World Bank
June 2010

CGC DP8
Is inequality bad for China's economic growth?
Paul Deng, Copenhagen Business School and Gary Jefferson, Brandeis University
June 2010

CGC DP9
The cursed virtue: Infrastructural investment and household consumption in Chinese provinces
Binkai Chen, Central University of Finance and Economics and Yang Yao, China Center for Economic Research, Peking University
June 2010

CGC DP10
Does incorporation improve firm performance?
Xiao Mei Li, University of Oxford and Linda Yueh, University of Oxford
June 2010

CGC DP11
Processing-trade-cum-FDI, firm heterogeneity and exports of indigenous firms: Firm-level evidence from high-technology industries in China
Xiaolan Fu, University of Oxford
June 2010

CGC DP12
Combating the global financial crisis with aggressive expansionary monetary policy: Same medicine, different outcomes in China, UK and USA
Wing Thye Woo, University of California and Wei Zhang, University of Cambridge
July 2010

CGC DP13
Re-balancing China: Linking internal and external reforms
Linda Yueh, University of Oxford
March 2011

CGC DP14
China as a developmental State
John Knight, University of Oxford
September 2012

CGC DP15
The economic causes and consequences of social instability in China
John Knight, University of Oxford
September 2012

CGC DP16
Ethnic minority disadvantages in China's labor market?
Reza Hasmath, University of Oxford
October 2012

CGC DP17
What drives China's growth? 
Linda Yueh, University of Oxford
January 2013

CGC DP18
Understanding urban wage inequality in China 1988-2008: Evidence from quantile analysis
Simon Appleton & Lina Song, University of Nottingham and Qingjie Xia, Peking University
February 2013

CGC DP19
The effect of the state sector on wage inequality in urban China: 1988-2007
Simon Appleton & Lina Song, University of Nottingham, Shi Li, Beijing Normal University, and Qingjie Xia, Peking University
February 2013