- Authored by one of the best-known Chinese economists
- Written in a simple format of questions and answers between the professor and his students
- Discusses how to conduct economic research in a creative manner and construct one’s own model based on an in-depth analysis of phenomena
- Reflects critically on the limitations of the existing neoclassical theories for interpreting the development and transition of developing countries
Table of Contents
1. Mainstream Principles and Premises.
2. (In)applicability to China.
3. Theoretical Innovations in Economics.
Appendix 1. Indigenization, Normalization, and Internationalization: Celebration of the
40th Anniversary of Economic Research.
Appendix 2. Economic Research Methodology and the Development of Economics in China.
Appendix 3. Viability, Economic Transition, and Reflections on Neoclassical Economics