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2012 4th Issue: 2012 Global Think Tanks Report(3): Twelve Trends of Global Think Tank Development - 2013-04-25
[Abstract] The 2012 Go To Think Tanks Report and Policy Advice predicts the twelve trends of global think tank development: globalization, growth of international bodies, democratization and decentralization of power, increasing demands for independent information and analysis, increased complexity of policy issues, new tech revolution and technological change, open debates about government decision-making, global hackers, anarchism, populism movements, global economic structural adjustment, economic crisis and political paralysis.
2012 3rd Issue: 2012 Global Think Tank Report(2):Twelve Major Problems and Challenges Facing China - 2013-04-25
[Abstract] The 2012 Go To Think Tanks Report and Policy Advice analyzs the twelve challenges facing global think tanks, namely, dramatic shifts in funding patterns, increased specialization and competition, influence and independence, outputs and impact, non-governmental think tanks, hybrid organization, internet, new media, social network and the impact of “Cloud” technology.
2012 2nd Issue: 2012 Global Think Report(1): The Ranking of Global Think Tanks - 2013-04-25
[Abstract] On January 24, 2013, the Think Tanks and Civil Society of the University of Pennsylvania released the 2012 Go To Think Tanks Report and Policy Advice. The report ranks global think tanks by the categories of region, areas of research, special achievement and other categories. Among the Top 100 Think Tanks in The World, five of them are from China. In the 2011 Best New Think Tanks, China Center for International Economic Exchanges is ranked No. 3.
2012 1st Issue: China’s Direct Investment in the U.S. Increased in 2012 - 2013-04-25
[Abstract] In a paper published on the website of Peterson Institute for International Economics, Thilo Hanemann, Director of the Research Department at the Rhodium Consulting(a U.S. consulting firm), summarized China’s direct investment situation in the U.S. in 2012. He pointed out that China’s direct investment in the U.S. reached a record high. However, Chinese enterprises still face political barriers. Hanemann argued that the U.S. should create an open environment for foreign investment in its own interest.
2012 55th Issue: Gustafson: How Can Petrol Industry Save Russia? - 2013-04-25
[Abstract] At his article published in Foreign Affairs (November-December, 2012), Thane Gustafson, Professor of Political Science at Georgetown University, discussed the great role played by the petrol industry in Russia’ economic and political development. He pointed out that it is unsustainable to use profits gained from petrol industry to subsidize other economic sectors and social security. The best path for Russia’s future development is to speed up fiscal reform and encourage the privatization of petrol industry.