Yolanda Fernandez Lommen
Yolanda joined ADB more than 20 years ago during which she has worked mainly on Mongolia and the PRC. Prior to joining ADB, she was assistant professor of Economics at Complutense University in Madrid, and Head of the Asian Studies Unit at the Royal Center for International Relations in Madrid. She is Spanish and holds a DPhil on the contribution of the sources of growth in the Chinese economy in the first two decades of the economic transition.
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The 14th five-year economic Plan presents a unique opportunity to transition toward high-quality development by addressing the social and environmental challenges that have emerged after decades of rapid growth.
International experience has shown that fiscal policy can play a leading role in promoting a shift toward a more inclusive economic model, balanced income distribution, and improved living standards.
No one can say that the second largest economy in the world is trapped. Decades of structural change and rapid growth allowed for a swift transition from a low-income to a middle-income country. The challenge today lies in moving up to higher-income status. How could the People’s Republic of China (PRC) avoid the trap?
The population in the People’s Republic of China is aging quickly, but at a relatively low level of per capita income.
It is up to policy makers to unlock the enormous potential of services in the People’s Republic of China.