Fair Wealth Annual Report 2019（in progress)
Fair Wealth Project Group Springer
Fair Wealth Annual Report 2019 (Chinese edition)
Fair Wealth Project Group Fudan University Press estimated publication time: March 2020
Fair Wealth Annual Report 2018 (Chinese edition)
Fair Wealth Project Group Fudan University Press 2019
Growth that is fair, as well as sustainable, is the pillar of development. This is the vision at the heart of our priorities for 2018.
—— 《OVERVIEW OF ARGENTINA’S G20 PRESIDENCY 2018》
Fair Development in China
Jiang, Qingyun, Qian, Lixian, Ding, Min,eds.Springer, 2017
The purpose of this volume is to explore sustainable innovation and “fair development” in China. It examines various existing problems currently faced in China such as food safety, education, healthcare, employment, housing, the environment and censorship, among other, and provides different perspectives in relation to fair development. Topics covered include coordinated governance, energy consumption and policy, dynamic sustainability, green marketing, and people-oriented education. While the focus of the volume is on China, the research process and structure presented can also be used to explore fair development in other emerging economies. Fair development is a framework that includes such principles as sustainability, with particular respect to the implications for human development in the context of available opportunities, resources and outputs. China, the world’s second largest economy, continues to face several challenges when pursuing sustainable development, such as unbalanced growth pressure in the central and western regions and rural areas of China, the fragility of the natural environment, resource constraints and structural problems in economic and social development. It is a crucial mission for China to sustain economic growth without sacrificing environmental sustainability or human rights. For example, there is increasing pressure on China to reduce its dependence on fossil energy. Therefore, innovations in technologies, management and even systems are critical to drive a transition to low-carbon energy, which will be a long term process. Featuring contributions from a diverse group of researcher from multiple disciplines, this volume provides a comprehensive collection of perspectives on economic, political and social development in China.