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International Economic Review 2014.3
2014-08-15 15:14:53

International Economic Review 

 

2014.3

 

Table of Contents

 

Characteristics, Problems and Reform of China’s Dual Urban-Rural Land Tenure

/ Liu Shouying

 

“Urban Villages” Redevelopment and Land System Reform: Pearl River Delta Experience

/ Tao Ran and Wang Ruimin

 

Market Solutions to Urban Redevelopment — A Study on Shenzhen’s Land Reform

/ Comprehensive Research Group, National School of Development, Peking University

 

Taiwan’s Rural Land Policy and Its Implications for the Mainland’s Reform

/ Zhang Mengqiu, Zhuang Guzhong and Tao Ran

 

South Korean Farmers’ Smooth Integration into the Cities and Why  

/ Dong Xiangrong

 

Strategic and Mutually Beneficial Economic and Trade Cooperation Between China and Gulf Economies                       

/ Yang Guang

 

How Should Emerging-Market Economies Cope with Reversed International Capital Flow

/ Yang Nong

 

International Cooperation in Financial Supervision and China’s Participation

/ Wan Tailei, Li Songliang and Huang Xin

 

CRITICS/ARGUMENT

Rethinking East Asian Community: From Function-based to Regime-based Path

/ Mamoru Ishida

 

Identification Key to Integration of East Asia Community  

/ Zhang Jianli and Li Wei                                       

 

Think Tank                                                                                                    
Chained Value •Macroprudential Policies in a Global Perspective •Sustainable Growth Requires a Long-Term Focus •Does Strong IP Protection Create Innovation and Jobs? •One or Multiple International Currencies? Evidence from the History of the Oil Market •Foreign Investors and Crises: There Is No Safe Haven for All Seasons •Playing the Cards Right, or Playing the Right Cards: Foreign Political Pressure and China’s Currency Policy •Washington’s Dilemma with China: Security vs Economics •Internet Finance: Barbarians in the House •IMF Chases Wrong Targets in China •Injecting a Little Risk into the Chinese Financial System •China’s Regional and Bilateral Trade Agreements