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There are many reasons for this public interest. Never before have such large economies—with a combined population of 2.
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Some people are fearful: Will China and India dominate the world economy? Will they consume the earth's scarce resources?
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Will they bid down wages elsewhere? Others are curious: Can China and India sustain such impressive growth rates, especially in light of perceived fragilities China's financial sector and India's public debt being notable examples? Others seek lessons: Noting that neither China nor India is pursuing an [orthodox] model of development, they want to know how these economies did it, and whether there are lessons for other developing countries. Because of this heightened interest among the general public, media coverage of China and India tends to emphasize the human dimension—stories comparing a factory worker in China with a software designer in India, or interviews with foreign investors comparing the two countries' prospects, or pictures contrasting the booming worlds of Shanghai and Mumbai with abject poverty in rural China and India.
Dancing with Giants considers the story from a different vantage point. It takes a dispassionate and critical look at the rise of China and India, and asks some difficult questions about this growth: Where is it occurring? Who is benefiting most? Is it sustainable? And what are the implications for the rest of the world?
Dancing with the Giants: China, India, and the Global Economy
By bringing to bear the best available data and analytical tools, the book can provide answers that are much more nuanced than the typical news story. To take one example, the book demonstrates that, despite their similar size, the two Giants are not the same—China's role in the global economy is much greater than India's, with important implications for other countries. An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while. Petri, Petri, Peter A.
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