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富国陷阱:发达国家为何踢开梯子? 经济管理类;专著

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丛书名:思想会
[英]张夏准(Ha-Joon Chang) 蔡佳   社会科学文献出版社  2020-05 出版
ISBN:978-7-5201-5728-5

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  • 文前辅文
  • 致谢
  • 第一章 绪论:富国究竟是怎样变富的?
    1. 第一节 导言
    2. 第二节 方法论问题:以史为鉴
    3. 第三节 章节梗概
    4. 第四节 一个有益的告诫
  • 第二章 经济发展政策:历史视角下的产业、贸易和技术政策
    1. 第一节 导言
    2. 第二节 赶超战略
    3. 第三节 领先国家的引领战略和赶超国家的反应——英国及相关国家
    4. 第四节 产业发展政策:历史谣传与历史教训
  • 第三章 制度与经济发展:“善政”的历史视角
    1. 第一节 导言
    2. 第二节 发达国家的制度发展史
    3. 第三节 过去及当今发展中国家的制度发展
  • 第四章 当前的教训
    1. 第一节 导言
    2. 第二节 对经济发展政策的反思
    3. 第三节 对制度发展的反思
    4. 第四节 本书可能存在的不足
    5. 第五节 结语
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