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1. China’s FDI in Europe and Europe’s Policy Response

2. The Long Search for Stability: Financial Cooperation to Address Global Risks in the East Asian Region

3. Maintaining Financial Stability in the People's Republic of China during Financial Liberalization

4. China’s Hidden Obstacles to Socioeconomic Rebalancing

5. China’s Hidden Obstacles to Socioeconomic Rebalancing

6. The Shadow Banking System of China and International Regulatory Cooperation

7. Service Sector Reform in China

8. Is China's Property Market Heading toward Collapse?

9. China in the G20 Summitry: Review and Decision-making Process

10. Examining China’s Assertiveness through the Eyes of Chinese IR Scholars

11. Danish Foreign Policy Yearbook 2013

12. China's Credit Boom: New Risks Require New Reforms


14. From Multilateral Champion to Handicapped Donor–And Back Again?

15. Stabilizing Properties of Flexible Exchange Rates: Evidence from the Global Financial Crisis

16. Rising States, Rising Institutions: Challenges for Global Governance

17. Country Forecast: Global outlook

18. Have Measures Adopted by States to Cope With the Global Financial Crisis Been in Accordance With Their Obligations Under International Investment Law?

19. EIU: Global outlook summary

20. Perspectives on the G20: The Los Cabos Summit and Beyond

21. China's Global Rise

22. Reshaping the Security Order in Asia-Pacific

23. International order after the financial crisis

24. The Inevitable Superpower

25. The Middling Kingdom

26. The Future of Convergence

27. Is Indonesia Bound for the BRICs?

28. Chinese Perspectives on International Power Shifts and Sino-EU Relations (2008–2011)

29. Toxic Legacy: Hunger, Oppression, Migration, and Health in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea

30. Growth and Recovery in a Time of Default: Lessons from the Role of the Urban Sector in Argentina

31. Inward FDI in Israel and its policy context

32. The evolving post-crisis world

33. Interdependency Theory: China, India and the West

34. The G-20 and International Financial Institution Governance

35. Five Surprises of the Great Recession

36. Uluslararası Güç Dengeleri Bağlamında Uluslararası Finans Sisteminin Yeniden Yapılandırılması: Disiplinlerarası Bir Değerlendirme

37. U.S. BITs and financial stability

38. Confronting the Long Crisis of Globalization

39. The Sustainability of China's Recovery from the Global Recession

40. Developing Countries – even China – Cannot Rescue the World Economy

41. The Global Financial Crisis and Africa's "Immiserizing Wealth"

42. The G-2 Mirage

43. The Internationalization of Chinese and Indian Firms: Trends, Motivations and Policy Implications

44. Indian FDI falls in global economic crisis: Indian multinationals tread cautiously

45. The United States and the Asia-Pacific Region: National Interests and Strategic Imperatives

46. Soft budget constraints in China: Evidence from the Guangdong hospital industry

47. Effects of the Financial Crisis on The U.S.-China Economic Relationship

48. China's Employment Crisis – A Stimulus for Policy Change?

49. External imbalances and the G20

50. Beyond Market Forces: Regulating the Global Security Industry

51. Assessing the slowdown in China

52. China's Economic Policy in the Time of the Global Financial Crisis: Which Way Out?

53. Sharing the Pain: The Global Struggle Over Savings

54. The Great Regression? Financial Crisis in an Age of Global Interdependence

55. "Can't Buy Me Love": Will the global economic downturn help Russia consolidate its influence in post-Soviet Eurasia?

56. China-Southeast Asia Relations

57. China-Russia Relations

58. Indian FDI falls in global economic crisis: Indian multinationals tread cautiously

59. While global FDI falls, China's outward FDI doubles

60. Country Economic Forecasts: China