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Asian Development Review - Volume 25, Numbers 1 and 2

Asian Development Review - Volume 25, Numbers 1 and 2

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In this issue: Inclusive Growth toward a Harmonious Society in the People's Republic of China (PRC); Inequality in Developing Asia; Achieving Equity and Efficiency Simultaneously in the Primary Distribution Stage in PRC; Reforming the Welfare System in PRC; Inclusive Growth and Poverty Reduction in PRC; Growth Pattern, Employment and Income Inequality; Income Inequality in PRC; Financial Structure, Development of Small and Medium Enterprises, and Income Distribution in PRC.
In this issue: Inclusive Growth toward a Harmonious Society in the People's Republic of China (PRC); Inequality in Developing Asia; Achieving Equity and Efficiency Simultaneously in the Primary Distribution Stage in PRC; Reforming the Welfare System in PRC; Inclusive Growth and Poverty Reduction in PRC; Growth Pattern, Employment and Income Inequality; Income Inequality in PRC; Financial Structure, Development of Small and Medium Enterprises, and Income Distribution in PRC.

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Inclusive Growth toward a Harmonious Society in the People’s Republic of China:An Overview
Justin Yifu Lin, Juzhong Zhuang, Min Tang, and Tun Lin
Inequality in Developing Asia
Ifzal Ali
Inclusive Growth toward a Harmonious Society in the People’s Republic of China:Policy Implications
Juzhong Zhuang
Achieving Equity and Efficiency Simultaneously in the Primary Distribution Stagein the People’s Republic of China
Justin Yifu Lin and Peilin Liu
Reforming the Welfare System in the People’s Republic of China—Learning from the Experience of East Asia
Mai Lu and Mingliang Feng
Inclusive Growth and Poverty Reduction in the People’s Republic of China
Min Tang
Growth Pattern, Employment and Income Inequality—What the Experienceof Republic of Korea and Taipei,China Reveals to the People’s Republic of China
Shi Li and Chuliang Luo
Income Inequality in the People’s Republic of China and its Decomposition: 1990–2004
Tun Lin, Juzhong Zhuang, Damaris Yarcia, and Feng Lin
Financial Structure, Development of Small and Medium Enterprises,and Income Distribution in the People’s Republic of China
Minquan Liu and Jiantuo Yu
25th Anniversary Edition 2008 Volume 25 Numbers 1 and 2
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The
 Asian Development Review
is a proessional journal or disseminating the resultso economic and development research carried out by sta and resource persons o the AsianDevelopment Bank (ADB). The
 Review
stresses policy and operational relevance o developmentissues rather than the technical aspects o economics and other social sciences. Articles areintended or readership among economists and social scientists in government, private sector,academia, and international organizations.The
 Review
also invites contributions rom external scholars and researchers dealing with Asian and Pacic development issues. All submitted manuscripts are subject to review by twoexternal reerees and one ADB sta member.Opinions expressed in the
 Review
are those o the authors and do not necessarily refectthe views or policies o ADB.Please direct all editorial correspondence to the Managing Editor,
 Asian Development Review
, Economics and Research Department, Asian Development Bank, 6 ADB Avenue,Mandaluyong City, 1550 Metro Manila, Philippines.For more inormation, please visit the Web sites o the
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at http://www.adb.org/Documents/Periodicals/ADR
Vol. 24 No. 2 © 2007, Asian Development Bank 
ISSN 0116-1105

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