China’s Capitalism: A Model For U.S.?
China’s economic growth over the last three decades is often viewed as an export-led development strategy that benefitted tremendously from a deep cheap labor pool. However, this simplistic view significantly underestimates how truly innovative the Chinese government has been and underappreciates the lessons we might learn from this economic model.
Dough Guthrie is Dean of the School of Business at George Washington University.
China, China's capitalism, export-led development strategy, cheap labor, innovation, economic model
Asian Studies | Economics | International Economics
Guthrie, Doug. "China’s Capitalism: A Model For U.S.?" Ensemble video, 01:30:45. March 28, 2012. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/lGuam9MEXkanOs0ou6Sm0w