The collection consists of a number of refereed essays, representing the mainstream of the Chinese economic thought and the Western sinology nowadays. It covers various fields of China’s socio-economic transformation. Specific features of macroeconomic dynamics in China are studied in depth. Special attention is dedicated to the intermediate results of structural reforms. China’s external economic expansion is also covered in its various dimensions. The materials refereed may be of an interest for those dealing with the issues of economies in transition and thinking how to apply the successful elements of China’s experiencе in the Russian circumstances.
EU member states economies after the introduction of the euro: from euphoria of 1999 to the debt crisis of the 2010s. Collective monograph of the Center for European Studies shows results of three-year research project on structural shifts in economy of all large and some small EU member states. Specifics of modern economic and social policy in EU countries and features of anti-crisis measures are studied. Reasons of difficult transformation of the EU economy towards an innovative way of development are explained. The first part of the book deals with problems of economic integration in Europe and specifics of five leading member states – Germany, the UK, France, Italy and Spain. The second part of the book is devoted to economies and economic policies of various small member states – Greece, Ireland, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, the Czech Republic and Baltic states. The most actual EU economic problems (the ECB‘s monetary policy, shifts in the energy sector, anti-crisis government-to-business models and migration flows) are investigated in detail in the third part of the book.