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International Economic Review 2014.2
2014-08-14 11:13:18

International Economic Review

 

2014.2

 

Table of Contents

 

International Environment for China's Strategic Development Opportunities

/ Zhang Yunling

Dual Status and China’s Opportunities 

/ Li Shaojun                                              


China’s Rise, Structural Evolution of Its Neighboring Regions and Its Strategic Adjustment

/ Gao Cheng                                                        


Industrial Upgrading Through External Reform and Domestic Opening-up 

/ Yu Miaojie and Wang Binluo


Dual-Circulation of the World Economy and New South-South Cooperation

/ Wang Yuesheng and Ma Xiangdong


Sino-US Financial Cooperation: Development, Characteristics, Challenges and Strategy

/ Liu Dongmin and He Fan


Renminbi Internationalization: Interaction Between Offshore and Onshore Markets

/ Qiao Yide, Li Rui and Ge Jiafei


Renminbi Internationalization and Direct Yuan-Yen Trading 

/ Tsuyuguchi Yōsuke                                                


China’s Shadow Banking and Financial Reform: Case of Banking-Securities Cooperation

/ Gao Haihong and Gao Bei


Lehman Died, Bagehot Lives: Why Did the Fed and Treasury Let a Major Wall Street Bank Fail?

/ William R. Cline and Joseph E. Gagnon 


Mourning for Economist Hong Wenda

/ Zhu Min                                                                                                            

 

Think Tank                                                                                                    

Free Trade in Asia: Obama at Fork in Road •Free Trade Deals, Or Tools of Global Governance? •TPP Participation Gives Japan a Bargaining Chip in Trade Negotiations •Addressing Currency Manipulation Through Trade Agreements • Is the World Recovery Really Strengthening? • A World of Economic Trouble • Endogeneity: Why Policy and Antibiotics Fail • Why Asian Firms Hold Cash • Public vs. Private: How China Prefers to Invest in the US • JBIC Survey: China Is No Longer the Most Promising Destination for Japanese FDI •