China

2018: Moving the Needle on Inclusive Growth in Emerging Markets

January 4, 2018

by Yuwa Hedrick-Wong  Nearly a decade after the global financial crisis, emerging markets are poised for a middle-class boom. Our experts weigh in on what it will take to sustain growth in 2018 and beyond. 2018 marks the tenth anniversary …

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2016’s Most Defining Moments for Inclusive Growth

December 23, 2016

The Center’s senior fellows reflect on the events of 2016 that will leave an enduring mark on inclusion and economic growth.  The US Election, Brexit and the populist wave 2016, like no other year in recent memory, brought to the …

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Building Inclusive and Innovative Megacities in China

August 28, 2015

With the right measures in place, the influx of human capital to China’s biggest cities can drive future growth If the fact that, since the introduction of market reforms in 1979, China’s urban population has soared from 19.6% of its …

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Teaching Entrepreneurship to Reshape China’s Economy

October 22, 2015

As creativity finds its place in China’s educational system, entrepreneurship is grabbing hold This summer, nearly 7.5 million college graduates—a record number—entered China’s labor market. Entry-level positions, however, are in scarce supply, and young people are feeling the crunch. China’s …

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