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Harry X. Wu
Harry X. Wu
is Associate Professor of Economics at Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He received his BA and MA from the Nankai School of Economics, his PhD from the University of Waikato, New Zealand and conducted post-doctoral research at the University of Adelaide. His major areas of research include economic growth and productivity analysis, related macroeconomic measurement issues, and the political economy of economic reform in China. He has published and edited books on issues related to China’s economic reform. His research papers have appeared in the
Review of Income and Wealth, China Economic Review, and The China Quarterly
. In 1996-97, he worked as a senior economist at the East Asia Analytical Unit, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. He has been a visiting fellow at the Groningen Growth and Development Centre, Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University, Japan, and the Research School of Pacific Asia Studies, Australian National University. He is a council member of the International Association for Research in Income and Wealth (IARIW). He is on the editorial board of the
Review of Income and Wealth, Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies
The ICP Bulletin
of the World Bank. He also worked as a consultant for China’s National Bureau of Statistics, the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, Canadian International Development Research Centre, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research and The Conference Board (New York).
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Measuring China’s Economic Performance
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