Strategiczny wzrost gospodarczy Chin (1978-2018)

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Vladimir Moiseev
Victor Nitsevich
Oleg Sudorgin


Chiny są aktualnie wiodącą potęgą gospodarczą, notującą w latach 1979–2018 pięćdziesięciokrotny wzrost produktu krajowego brutto (PKB) do poziomu 13,2 bln USD. Jest to 10-krotność PKB Rosji i prawie 30-krotność PKB Polski. Nominalnie PKB Chin jest drugim na świecie po Stanach Zjednoczonych. Autorzy nie tylko omawiają czynniki chińskiego fenomenu, ale także próbują przeanalizować główne elementy chińskiego sukcesu w rozwoju gospodarczym. Celem artykułu jest kompleksową analizą kluczowych cech chińskiej strategii rozwoju gospodarczego. Autorzy badają kluczowe cechy chińskiej strategii rozwoju gospodarczego, priorytetowe kierunki jego modernizacji: reformy administracji publicznej i państwowe regulacje gospodarcze, a także analizują czynniki przyciągania inwestycji krajowych i zagranicznych w celu osiągnięcia przełomu w rozwoju społeczno-gospodarczym. Autorzy zastosowali metodę analityczną, porównawczą, instytucjonalną i socjologiczną.


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Moiseev, V., Nitsevich, V., & Sudorgin, O. (2019). Strategiczny wzrost gospodarczy Chin (1978-2018). Przegląd Strategiczny, (12), 271-282.
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Vladimir Moiseev, Shukhov Belgorod State Technological University

Vladimir V. MOISEEV – Professor, PhD of Historical Sciences, Professor of FGBOU VPO, Belgorod State Technological University named after. V. G. Shukhov. Full member (academician) of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (RANS) and the Academy of Social Technologies and Local Government. The author of more than 400 scientific works, including 65 books, more than 50 articles of the Higher Attestation Commission and 25 articles in publications indexed in the Scopus & WoS databases. Honored Worker of Higher Professional Education of the Russian Federation. Included in the encyclopedia „Outstanding Scientists of Russia”.

Victor Nitsevich, Moscow City University

Viсtor NITSEVICH – Professor, PhD of Political Sciences, Moscow City University, Department of State and Municipal Administration and Law. Author and co-author of 13 monographs, a number of scientific articles (including those published in Scopus and Web of Science) devoted to political issues of developing relations between business and the state, economics and politics, as well as issues of corruption, security, digitalization.

Oleg Sudorgin, Moscow State University of Humanities and Economics

Oleg A. SUDORGIN – PhD of Political Science, docent. Head of the department of Moscow State University of Humanities and Economics. Author and co-author of monographs, scientific articles on information policy, relations between government and business, and individual political aspects of economic development.


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