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The book provides a systematic review of research results on regional economic competitiveness, and constructs an evaluation index system based on nine key aspects: the development of a micro-economy; industrial development; enterprise strength; the sciences; education; innovation; environment governance and protection; financial development; and the degree of opening to the outside world. The book subsequently provides policy suggestions on how to enhance the economic and social development of the West of China based on a comprehensive evaluation and analysis. In addition to comparing the recent social development of the provinces in the West, the book also calls upon the central government to play the leading role, encourage mass participation and promote the opening up of the West of China.



Chapter 1. Economic Development in Western China: A Ten-Year Review

The Western China Development Strategy was launched in 1999. Guided by the strategy and the Scientific Outlook on Development, the western provinces have worked hard to push through various reforms, to boost cooperation with other provinces and countries, to improve macroeconomic regulation, and to transform the way their economy advances.
Liancheng He, Huiqin Yao, Zhangyong Xu, Lixiong Cai, Shuwei An

Chapter 2. Evaluation Report on the Competitiveness of Western Chinese Provinces

Since the 1990s, as developed countries in the West adjusted and upgraded their overall industrial structure, manufacturing plants have been moved to developing countries at a growing pace and a new pattern of international division of labor has been taking shape.
Huiqin Yao, Zhangyong Xu, Min Wang, Peng Geng, Kai Li

Chapter 3. Evaluation Report on the Economic Growth Quality of Western China

Since the Western China Development Strategy was launched in 1999, western China has maintained two-digit economic growth for 13 consecutive years and made huge progress in various fields of the economy. Today, as economic development in China gradually turns from a quantity-oriented approach to a quality-oriented one, the west will welcome new opportunities and a new economic cycle with the launch of a new round of Western China Development campaigns. Meanwhile, it will also face challenges in terms of resources, environment protection, and the balance of development. It is therefore crucial to probe for an effective way for the west to improve its economic quality in an all-round manner and achieve sustainable development.
Zhangyong Xu, Huiqin Yao, Peng Geng, Dong Li

Chapter 4. Western China Social Development Report

From 2000 to 2010, the Chinese government made great efforts to give full play to the advantages of the western region, strengthen agriculture, energy, transportation, raw materials, and other basic and featured industries of the region on the basis of its existing conditions, advance the building of new socialist countryside with concrete steps, improved the infrastructure continuously, and promote featured and advantageous industries with strong efforts.
Kai Li, Guoqing Chen, Xinya Xue
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