Chindia sources

Updated 16 June 2014

In producing this website I consulted (or at least dipped into), amongst other material, the following:

*  A CEO’s guide to innovation in China – February 2012, McKinsey Quarterly

China and Britain in a Changing World – November 2007, Mme Fu Ying, Chinese Ambassador to Great Britain (to 2009), at the RSA, London
*   China & India: What you need to know – 22-29 August 2005, Business Week
*   China – 2020: Key policy outcomes of the 17th Party Congress – November 2007, Nottingham University, China Policy Institute
*   China Rising: special issue – 10 November 2007, New Scientist
*   Reflections on doing business in China – November 2006, Institute of Directors (UK)
*   Scenarios for India & China 2015: Implications for the City of London – October 2006, SAMI Consulting and Oxford Analytica
*   The Trouble with India – 19 March 2007, Business Week
*   The Tiger in Front: A survey of India and China – 5 March 2005, The Economist

*   Analects – Confucius (Kongzi), thinker and social philosopher
*   Billions of Entrepreneurs: How China and India Are Reshaping Their Futures and Yours – Tarun Khanna, Professor, Harvard Business School
*  China’s Growth: The Making of an Economic Superpower – Linda Yueh, LSE

China, Inc., How the Next Superpower Challenges America and the World – Ted C Fishman, writer

*   The China Price: True Cost of Chinese Competitive Advantage – Alexandra Harney, head of research at management consultancy

*   China Road: A Journey into the Future of a Rising PowerRob Gifford, journalist
*   China: A Wolf in the World? – George Walden, former British diplomat to China during Cultural Revolution

*   Chindia: How China and India Are Revolutionizing Global Business – edited by Peter Engardio, Business Week
*   Chindia Rising: How China and India Will Benefit Your Business – Jagdish N Sheth, Professor, Emory University
*   The Chinese Century: The Rising Chinese Economy and Its Impact on the Global Economy, the Balance of Power, and Your Job – Oded Shenkar, Ohio State University
*   The Discovery of India – Jawaharlal Nehru, first Premier of India
*   The Dragon’s Gift: The real story of China in Africa – Deborah Brautigam, academic specialising on Africa and China
*   The Dragon and the Elephant: China, India and the New World Order – David Smith, Economics Editor, Sunday Times
*   Dr Ambedkar And Untouchability: Analysing And Fighting Caste –  Christophe Jaffrelot

*  The End of the Chinese Dream – 
*   The Genius of China: 3,000 Years of Science, Discovery and Invention – Robert Temple (based on work by Joseph Needham)

Getting China and India Right: Strategies for Leveraging the World’s Fastest Growing Economies for Global Advantage – Anil K. Gupta, Business School, University of Maryland and     Haiyan Wang, Managing Partner, China India Institute

*   Growling Tiger, Roaring Dragon: India, China, and the New World Order – David Smith, Economics Editor, Sunday Times
*   The Hindu View of Life – Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, philosopher and first Indian Vice President and second President
*   How the West was Lost – Dambisa Moyo, formerly Goldman Sachs
*   I Ching Book of Changes (the Chinese oracle) – attributed to Emperor Fu Hsi
*   India: A Portrait – Patrick French, British writer and historian

*   India’s Century: The Age of Entrepreneurship in the World’s Biggest Democracy – Kamal Nath, India’s Commerce & Industry Minister
*   India’s Unending Journey – Finding Balance in a Time of Change – Sir Mark Tully, broadcaster

*   In Spite of the Gods – the Strange Rise of Modern India – Edward Luce, journalist, Financial Times
*   Losing Control: The Emerging Threats to Western Prosperity – Stephen D. King, HSBC chief economist
*   The Mahabharata
*   Making Sense of Chindia – Jaiream Ramesh, senior Indian politician
*   Mao’s Great Famine – Frank Dikötter, Professor, University of London

*   Mao’s Last Revolution – Roderick MacFarquhar, Michael Schoenhals, academics: Harvard and Lund, resp.
*   Nine Lives – in search of the sacred in modern India – William Dalrymple

The Opium Wars – Julia Lovell

*   On China – Henry Kissinger, retired diplomat and statesman

*   The Party: The Secret World of China’s Communist Rulers – Richard McGregor, journalist, Financial Times
*   The Ramayana
*   Restless Empire: China and the World Since 1750 – Odd Arne Westad 

Rivals: How the Power Struggle Between China, India, and Japan Will Shape Our Next Decade – Bill Emmott, former editor of The Economist
*   From the Ruins of Empire – Pankaj Mishra

*   The Scramble for China: Foreign Devils in the Qing Empire, 1832-1914 – Robert Bickers, history professor, Bristol University

*   The Story of India – Michael Wood, BBC (book based on TV series)
*   Superpower? The Amazing Race between China’s Hare and India’s Tortoise – Raghav Bahl, the founder, controlling shareholder, and managing director of Network 18, India’s largest television news and business network.
*   Tao Te Ching – attributed to Lao Tzu (Laozi), philosopher
*   Ten Thousand Miles Without a Cloud – Sun Shuyun, traveller, writer

*  Time to start thinking: America in the age of descent – Edward Luce, FT correspondent in Washington

*   An Introduction to Transcendental Meditation – Robert Roth, meditator
*   The True Story of Ah Q – Lu Xun, author

*   Views from an Indian Bus – Alistair Shearer, cultural historian

*  When a Billion Chinese Jump: How China will save Mankind – or destroy it – Jonathan Watts, journalist, the Guardian

*   When China Rules the World: The Rise of the Middle Kingdom and the End of the Western World – Martin Jacques, journalist, the Guardian

*   Why the West Rules – for Now – Ian Morris, historian, Stanford University

*   With the Empress Dowager – Katherine Carl, painter and author
*   The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century – Thomas L Friedman, journalist, New York Times

The World America Made – Robert Kagan, senior fellow, Brookings Institute

The Writing on the Wall: China and the West in the 21st Century – Will Hutton, Journalist and The Work Foundation
*   Zero-Sum World: Politics, Power and Prosperity after the Crash – Gideon Rachman, FT’s chief foreign correspondent

The Web including:

BBC, China Daily, China Daily Mail, CIA World Fact Book, The Hindu, McKinsey Quarterly, The New Silk Road, New York Times, Reuters, South China Morning PostTimes of India, Wall Street Journal, Wikipedia, Xinhua


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