The Beijing Consensus proposes establishing China as the twenty-first-century model for economic reform in developing countries, emphasizing both China’s innovative and independent decision-making processes. It serves as a direct alternative to the earlier Western prototype of development, the Washington Consensus.

Although the term had existed in the 1990s, talk of the “Beijing Consensus” became common after the 2004 publication of a booklet by Joshua Cooper Ramo, once a partner in the consulting

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By |2014-12-16T16:54:35-05:00January 22nd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, Business and Economy, Policy|Comments Off on Beijing Consensus (Běijīng gòngshí 北京共识)|Běijīng gòngshí 北京共识 (Beijing Consensus)

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