China’s rapid economic development has attracted the interest of many scholars following its emergence as the world’s second largest economy and stimulated research into the underlying factors that may have made this development difficult to overlook. In advancing research, papers included in Issue A help with refining our understanding of the forces that have been driving China’s social-economic, political, and technological developments, addressing the related issues, thus, advancing the social economic literature in its influence in the world, specifically, within the China context.
- economic growth, social policy, technological development
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Economics and Econometrics
- Sociology and Political Science