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China Does Capitalism Better Than America : A Debate / Intelligence Squared.

Other author/creatorFilms for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Other author/creatorFilms Media Group.
Other author/creatorIntelligence2.
Format Video (Streaming) and Electronic
Publication InfoNew York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2014], ©2012.
Description1 streaming video file (100 min.) : sound, color
Supplemental Content Part of the Films on Demand collection
Contents Red Capitalism Debate (3:18) -- Debate "Housekeeping" (6:52) -- For the Motion: Peter Schiff (8:10) -- Against the Motion: Ian Bremmer (7:28) -- For the Motion: Orville Schell (7:49) -- Against the Motion: Minxin Pei (7:30) -- China's Projected Growth (6:17) -- China's Social Security Debate (5:26) -- Capitalism and National Debt (5:34) -- China's International Image (2:10) -- QA: Chinese Labor and Growth (4:20) -- QA: Government and Economy (1:35) -- QA: Capitalism and Human Rights (4:32) -- QA: Modern American Capitalism (3:12) -- QA: One Child Policy and Capitalism (1:56) -- QA: Defining Capitalism (3:19) -- QA: Innovation in China (2:11) -- QA: China's Economic Prognosis (3:08) -- QA: U.S. Economic Trajectory (3:41) -- QA: Entrepreneurship and Capitalism (3:24) -- Closing Statement Against: Ian Bremmer (2:42) -- Closing Statement For: Peter Schiff (2:26) -- Closing Statement Against: Minxin Pei (2:01) -- Closing Statement For: Orville Schell (2:23) -- Time to Vote (4:01) -- Audience Vote Results (0:45) -- Credits: China Does Capitalism Better Than America: A Debate (0:29)
Abstract From all appearances, China has emerged unscathed from the global economic crisis, in stark contrast to the United States, its biggest debtor. China's admirers point to the government's ability to mobilize state resources, make decisions quickly, and create a business-friendly environment as reasons for the nation's economic ascendency. But can its brand of state-directed capitalism overcome rampant corruption and the threat of growing inequality, or will the American model of innovation and free markets prevail?
General noteEncoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on August 01, 2014.
General noteFilms on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
General notePart of the series Intelligence Squared.
Access restrictionAccess requires authentication through Films on Demand.
Interest grade level 9 & up.
Technical detailsMode of access: Internet.
Technical detailsSystem requirements: FOD playback platform.
Source of descriptionTitle from distributor's description.
Issued in other formOriginally produced: Intelligence Squared, 2012.
Genre/formEducational films.
Genre/formInternet videos.
Publisher number58334 Films Media Group

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