Entendiendo a China: cultura, teoría económica y políticas de desarrollo exitosas
Montoya-Betancur, E. (Elizabeth) | 2014-05-14
In 1970 China’s economy exhibited levels of productivity, economic growth, inequality and
poverty worse that Latin American economies including Colombia. Forty years later, some
estimates suggest that in less than a decade China’s economic growth will surpass United State.
Levels of productivity and competitiveness have increased dramatically and social indicators
have improved substantially. This document provides an exploratory economic analysis of this
phenomenon in three ways: social and cultural differences, differences in the theoretical concepts
and some successful policies, analytically and compared with the Colombian economy.