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International Economic Review 2014.4
2014-08-15 16:37:54

International Economic Review

 

2014.4

 

Table of contents

 

Possible Triggers of Economic Crisis 

/ Yu Yongding, Ma Jun, Ha Jiming, Deng Haiqing, Zhang Bin, Wang Yu and Xu Yisheng                                                   

 

China’s Economic Restructuring Syndrome 

/ Zhang Bin      

 

Reform of Energy Regime: Efficient Market and Pro-active Government

/ Wang Min, Xu Jintao and Huang Zhuo

 

US-China Bilateral Investment Treaty Negotiations: China’s Policy Choice

/ Liang Yong and Dong Yan                                                                    

 

New Regionalism and US’ Foreign Trade Policy Coordination

/ Yu Chunhai and Lei Da                  

 

The Exit Strategy of ECB’s Unconventional Monetary Policies

/ Liu Yuanchun and Li Liang                      

 

Why Have CEE Countries Survived the Global Financial Crisis? 

/ Dou Feifei

 

Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations Reform in an International Perspective - Based on Studies of Developed-Country Cases 

/ Luo Zuchun                          

 

The “Lost Two Decades” of Japan and Growth Strategy of Abenomics

/ Ren Yun                                                   

 

The United States in the Early 21st Century: Decline or Renewal?

/ Abraham F. Lowenthal

                                            

Think Tank                                                                                                    

China Is Not yet Number One • Global Mega Trade Deals and the Impact on China • China’s Monetary Policy and Interest Rate Liberalization: Lessons from International Experiences •How China and America See Each Other and Why They Are on a Collision Course • Modest Trade Growth Anticipated for 2014 and 2015 Following Two Year Slump • Winter Is Coming: Beyond the IMF-World Bank Spring Meetings, an Unfinished Battle for Reform • Are Countries Better Off with Their Own Monetary Regimes? • Gary Becker Was Right • What’s Really Impeding Progress in the TPP? • Ukraine-Related Sanctions: Facts and Assessment •Foreign Policy Agenda for the New Government•