00:01    |    
Initial credits
00:06    |    
Introduction
01:40    |    
Global interest in Asian economies
02:21    |    
Asian "miracle" economies
Universal economic laws
Down-to-earth economics
07:51    |    
China's and India present and Japan's past
Japan
Economic growth
First bubble economy
Decrease in the rate of exports
Economic growth based in exports
16:32    |    
Export-led economic growth
Mercantilism
Quotes The Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith
Exchange rate manipulation
Closed international export market system
Emergence of new competitors for Japan
Currency accumulation
"Success" of export-led growth
30:31    |    
Demography as economic destiny
Importance of capital accumulation
Relationship between high population density and poverty
Role of public policy in economic performance
China's birth rate compared to India's 
Demographic imbalance in China
38:50    |    
Infrastructure and economic growth
Types of infrastructure
Institutional infrastructure in India
Physical infrastructure in China
43:10    |    
Role of China in the global economy
Massive bubble
Subjectiveness of value
Net addition of credit in the last three years
Underestimation of the effects of slower export growth
50:27    |    
Effects of China's political system
The Beijing Consensus
Indian democracy
Incentives and institutions
China's dictatorship
Indian political system
57:35    |    
India's economy
Hindu rate of growth
India's dependence on exports
Gold standard importance 
59:28    |    
China's economy
Chinese GDP overtake
Government controls over the economy
01:02:34    |    
Reforming of China's and India's economy
Currency convertibility 
Increase of financial instruments
01:05:15    |    
Quotes The Rise and Decline of the Asian Century: False Starts on the Path to the Global Millenium, Christopher Lingle
Unreadiness of global take over
01:07:18    |    
Suggested readings
01:07:34    |    
Question and answer period
When do you think the Chinese bubble exploded?
Return to the gold standard
Root of economic evil
Indian overtake of China
01:12:02    |    
Final words
01:13:35    |    
Final credits



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Secrets of Success and Failure of Asian Economies: China, India and Japan

03 de octubre de 2012   | Vistas: 12 |  

Current global economic status have forced nations to compete more fiercely against each other, but especially against most recent powers such as China, India and Japan. Christopher Lingle provides a comparative analysis of these three countries’ economy by explaining the strategies that led them to influential positions. He also discusses their economic laws, the influence of growth due to exports, demography, physical and institutional infrastructure, among other elements.

Sustainability and feasibility of their own particular systems are put to test in his inquiry, given the fact that they posses different intrinsic factors such as history, society and political system, which, in many ways, could prevent them from overtaking the global financial and economic system.

Finally, Lingle provides pragmatic solutions to several of the problems they are facing and predicts their productive outcome in the midst of a crucial turning point for them.




Christopher Lingle is visiting professor of economics at Universidad Francisco Marroquín. He was a research fellow at the Centre for…

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