Kent G. Deng's research while affiliated with The London School of Economics and Political Science and other places

Publications (3)

Article
The period immediately after the Opium War (1840–2) marked the first stage of state transformation and economic reforms in modern China. During this period, the age-old socio-political and socio-economic structures and equilibria ended and new structures gradually took shape. Despite political hiccups, including the erosion of China's sovereignty,...
Article
For the purposes of this study, China's paradox is really about how economic dynamics in China turned out to be so limited over the very long term that China fell acutely short of its potential for growth and development. This article takes a positive and factual approach in tackling this inconsistency and incompatibility and argues that mechanisms...

Citations

... Az evolúciós zsákutca a biológiában sem túl gyakori, a gazdasági evolúcióban pedig még ritkább. Deng (2003) szerint jelenleg is még számos fejlődési alternatíva létezik, s az érintett gazdaságok döntéshozóinak döntési időhorizontja még messze nem éri el a feltételezett végjáték kezdetét. Ezekben az esetekben tehát legfeljebb fejlődési zsákutcákról beszélhetünk. ...