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《Applied General Equilibrium Modelling of China's Trade》
2015-05-13 11:40:00

  

   《Applied General Equilibrium Modelling of China's Trade》

  Dong Yan,Li Chunding,John Whalley

  中国社会科学出版社,2015.4

 

  

 

 

 

 

  Contents

  Part A Trade and Climate Change GE

  Modelling and Simulation

 

  How Large are the Impacts of Carbon Motivated Border Tax Adjustments
  /Yan Dong and John Whally (3)

  Carbon, Trade Policy and Carbon Free Trade Areas
  /Yan Dong and John Whalley (43)

  Carbon Motivated Regional Trade Arrangements: Analytics and Simulations
  /Yan Dong and John Whalley (75)

  Joint non - OPEC Carbon Taxes and the Transfer of OPEC Monopoly Rents
  /Yan Dong and John Whalley (106)

  Optimal Tariff Calculations in Tariff Games with Climate Change Considerations
  /Yan Dong and John Whalley (127)

  Part B China's Trade Policy Related GE

  Modelling and Simulation

  Model Structure and the Combined Welfare and Trade Effects of China's Trade Related Policies
  /Yan Dong and John Whalley (137)

  Gains and Losses from Potential Bilateral US - China Trade Retaliation
  /Yan Dong and John Whalley (156)

  China's Potential Future Growth and Gains from Trade Policy Bargaining: Some Numerical Simulation Results
  /Chunding Li and John Whalley

  Rebalancing and the Chinese VAT: Some Numerical Simulation Results
  /Chunding Li and John Whalley (224)

  APPLIED GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM MODELLING OF CHINA'S TRADE

  Part C Regional Trade Agreement Related GE

  Modelling and Simulation

  China and the TPP: A Numerical Simulation Assessment of the Effects Involved
  /Chunding Li and John Whalley (247)

  Part D Other Fields and Methodologies

  Chinese Firm and Industry Reactions to Antidumping Initiations and Measures
  /Chun ding Li and John Whalley (285)

  Foreign Affiliate Sales and the Measurement of Trade in Both Goods and Services
  /Chun ding Li, John Whalley and Yan Chen (316)

  The Productivity Paradox of Chinese Export Firms: Review and Assessment
  /Chun ding Li and Xiangshuo Yin (345)

 

  

  Introduction

  This book compiles some of cooperative academic research papers by John Whalley, Yan Dong and Chunding Li. Most of these papers use applied general equilibrium modelling and simulation methodology to explore China's relafed international trade facts, difficulties and policies.

  John Whalley is a professor in the department of Economics of Western University (UWO) in Canada, and he is a pioneer in the applied general equilibrium calibration and simulation field. Yan Dong and Chunding Li both work in the Jnstitdte of World Economics and Politics (IWEP), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS). From the year of 2008 to 2010, Yan Dong had ever worked in the Western. University with John Whalley as a post-doctoral fellow. Afier that, Chunding Li had worked with John Whalley as a post-doctoral feilow fiom 2010 to 2012. During these periods ofcooperative research, we used computational general equilibrium methodoiogy to study China's economic theory and policy in the fields of trade, climate change, imbalance, regional trade agreement negotiations, and etc. In memory of these joint research times, we choose some representative and important works to compile this book, and hope it can benefit you in learning applied general equilibrium modelling and simulation methodology as well as understanding China's international trade situations.

  Applied general equilibrium modelling and simulation methodology is one ofmain research technique and instrument in economics. The distinguishing characteristic ofthe general equilibrium approach is a focus on economy-wide resource allocation. This focus has made the approach a highly attractive vehicle for economic planning and policy analysis. The papers in this book provide a representative selection of applications of general equilibrium modelling to economic policy analysis. Therefore this book will be helpful for leaming computational general equilibrium research technology, and meanwhile valuable for understanding the development ofthe general equilibrium modelling and application.

  Research topics of selected papers in this book are mainly in international trade, including trade and climate change, trade policy bargaining, trade disputes, trade imbalance and mega-regional trade agreement. Most ofthese topics set China as the research target or as examples. Therefore t:hese papers are conducive to understand both presently important international trade issues and China's foreign trade policy. We select 13 papers in this book, all of them had already published in academic journals including the World Economy, Economic Modelling, China Economic Review, Joumal of Policy Modelling, Applied Economics, and etc. The former 7 papers are all cooperative works by Yan Dong and John Whalley, and the latter 6 papers are mainly cooperative works by Chunding Li and John Whalley. All papers in this book are representative of recent experience in empirical as well as theoretical analysis. We wish to express our hope that this book may contribute to the understanding of CGE modeling and application.