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2014 2nd Issue: Foreign Media Bad-Mouth China’s Economy - 2014-06-09
[Abstract] Some foreign media have published a number of articles bad-mouthing China’s economy since the beginning of this year, China should keep a watchful eye on this.
2014 1st Issue: Five Ways That China Could Get Rid of Its Dependence on US Debt - 2014-03-27
[Abstract] In his article Five Ways That China Could Get Rid of Its Dependence on US Debt, published on Foreign Affairs in December, 2013, Mr. Derek Scissors, explained how to untangle Chinese bond knot, and proposed five possible ways. He argued that each way is difficult to implement, China, nonetheless, has to choose one of the five ways as a start. Mr. Scissors is a well-known American expert in Chinese issues and has long been a Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation. His opinions are worth thinking about.
2013 17th Issue: Feeble Technological Innovation Drags U.S. Long-term Economic Growth - 2013-12-26
[Abstract] In his paper Is U.S. Economic Growth Over? Faltering Innovation Confronts the Six Headwinds, the well-known American economist Robert Gordon, argues that the economic growth of industrialized countries actually began in the 18th century and the golden period of the U.S. economic growth is from 1906 to 1950, with a GDP growth per capita of 2.5%, thanks to the Second Industrial Revolution. Due to feeble technological innovation, nonetheless the U.S. economy will continue to slow down until 2100.
2013 16th Issue: The U.S. Economy Confronts Six Challenges in the Future - 2013-12-26
[Abstract] In his paper Is U.S. Economic Growth Over? Faltering Innovation Confronts the Six Headwinds, the well-known American economist Robert Gordon, argues that the U.S. innovation will continue to stagger forward but will confront six challenges in the future. Specifically speaking, the demographic dividend begins to disappear, the proportion of college-educated is decreasing gradually while unequal income distribution is on the rise, the impact of globalization on American middle-class, the energy and environment costs will push up products’ price and the overhang of consumer and government debt.
2013 15th Issue: Daniel Rosen Expects Upgraded Sino-U.S. Economic and Trade Relations - 2013-12-26
[Abstract] On September 9, 2013, Daniel Rosen, visiting fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics made comments on the Sino-U.S. economic relations, pointing out that institutional cooperation and governance, trade, bilateral investment and cyber security are the major issues affecting Sino-U.S. economic relations. The new leaders of China are promoting a great variety of reforms and this is expected to increase the potential for Sino-U.S. economic relations and produce upgraded relations in the future.