Investing in Human Capital for Economic Development in ChinaeBook - 2010
This book is a reflection of the current research that explores the mechanism, dynamics and evidence of the impact of human capital on economic development and social well-being in modern China. Composed of keynote speeches and selected papers from the 2005 International Conference of the Chinese Economists Society (www.china-ces.org), it tracks the latest understanding and empirical evidence of the relationships amongst health, education and economic development in China. The book presents a broad spectrum of study topics covering human capital and economic growth; demand, attainment and disparity in both education and health; and investing in human capital and The economic and social returns in China. Distinguished contributors include Robert Fogel, Michael Grossman, Daniel Hamermesh, Gregory Chow and Dean Jamison.
Publisher: Singapore ; Hanckensack, N.J. : World Scientific, c2010.
Branch Call Number: ELECTRONIC BOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xx, 401 p.) : ill.