How China and America Became One Economy and Why the World's Prosperity Depends on Itreviews
One could be forgiven for thinking that books about China tend to come and go in phases. The prevailing theme of the mid-1990s about China as a cheap production base was followed by hushed awe at the potential size of the country's market. Inevitably, a group of authors then made the obvious link: because China was cheap for industry and such a vast country, it was going to be a growth dynamo for the next several decades.
USC US-China Institute
In Superfusion, Zachary Karabell argues that the U.S. and China share a common economy and the challenge now is to strengthen our relationship
Los Angeles Times
With the economies of the U.S. and China going ever-deeper into each other's pockets, the rest of the world can only look on nervously and ponder the long-term ramifications, says the author.
The Wall Street Journal
How China and America Became One Economy and Why the World's Prosperity Depends on It