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1. The Army and Sea Control: Reconsidering Maritime Strategy in the Twenty-first Century

2. Microchips and Semiconductors: The U.S. Seeks Autonomy

3. China’s National ETS and the Power Market: How the ETS Can Achieve Significant Emission Reductions

4. Brothers in arms: The value of coalitions in sanctions regimes

5. Home advantage: How China’s protected market threatens Europe’s economic power

6. The (Im-)Possibility of Rational Socialism: Mises in China’s Market Reform Debate

7. Regulated Market, Trapped Workers: The Impacts of the "Tolerant and Prudent" Policy on Labour Precarity in China’s Online Ridehailing Sector

8. The State-Constituted Market Economy: A Conceptual Framework for China’s State–Market Relations

9. U.S. Trade Policy toward China: Learning the Right Lessons

10. Financial Development in Hong Kong and China: A Hayekian Perspective

11. New Silk Road - China’s Grand Strategy and Georgia

12. Xi Jinping’s Evergrande Dilemma

13. Directions of Innovation Policy: Contrasting Views of China and the US

14. Melons as Lemons: Asymmetric Information, Consumer Learning and Seller Reputation

15. Changes in the Regional Structure of China's Domestic Market and Implications

16. Collateral benefits? South Korean exports to the United States and the US-China trade war

17. Transatlantic tools: Harmonizing US and EU approaches to China

18. Fair competition put into practice

19. Trade trends show China should take the opportunity to diversify its market

20. China’s economy seeks bottom amid downward pressure in 2019

21. Collective Reputation in Trade: Evidence from the Chinese Dairy Industry

22. How does China fare on the Russian market? Implications for the European Union

23. Petro Dollar. Petro Yuan. Petro Rupee?

24. China's plans and direction for further opening-up

25. “Triple punch” policies to bring years of trade tensions

26. Opinion: China International Import Expo: New era, shared future

27. China will further open up but not due to US pressure

28. A Deeper Look at China’s “Going Out” Policy

29. Beyond Manufacturing: Developing the Service Sector to Drive Growth in the PRC

30. S-Japan Relations and Southeast Asia: Meeting Regional Demands

31. From Catching Up to Forging Ahead in Advanced Manufacturing—Reflections on China’s Future of Jobshina's Evolving Role in Latin America: Can it Be a Win-Win?

32. Beyond Manufacturing: Developing the Service Sector to Drive Growth in the PRC

33. The ASEAN Economic Community: What Stands in the Way?

34. China’s Hidden Obstacles to Socioeconomic Rebalancing

35. Signaling Legitimacy to Foreign Investors: Evidence from Chinese IPOs on U.S. Markets.

36. Responding to Uncertainty: Syndication Partner Choice by Foreign Venture Capital Firms in China.

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

38. China's energy demands: are they reshaping the world?

39. From Catching Up to Forging Ahead? China's Prospects in Semiconductors

40. The State-owned Enterprises Issue in China's Prospective Trade Negotiations

41. The Effect of Index Futures Trading on Volatility: Three Markets for Chinese Stocks

42. The Impact of Trading with China on Botswana’s Economy

43. The global economy: Healing or still hurting?

44. The Hyperglobalization of Trade and Its Future

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

46. Crucial Collaborators or Petty Players? The Globalization of R and the Rise of China and India

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

48. Go out and manufacture: Policy support for Chinese FDI in Africa

49. The Emergence of China in the Middle East

50. Freeing the Global Market: How to Boost the Economy by Curbing Regulatory Distortions

51. A new economic nationalism? Lessons from the PotashCorp decision in Canada

52. China: Industry Forecast

53. Retail 2022: How the Economist Intelligence Unit sees the retail landscape changing over the next decade

54. Pharmaceutical Price Regulation: Macro-Level Evidence from China between 1997 and 2008

55. Africa: open for business The potential, challenges and risks

56. Is Chinese FDI pushing Latin America into natural resources?

57. The unbalanced dragon: China's uneven provincial and regional FDI performance

58. Spillover Effects of Exchange Rates: A Study of the Renminbi

59. Country Forecast: Global outlook

60. Stirring up the South China Sea

61. Rising Democracies and the Arab Awakening: Implications for Global Democracy and Human Rights

62. Rising Tensions Over China's Monopoly on Rare Earths?

63. False Hopes for Chinese Economic "Integration"

64. US Agricultural Exports to ASEAN Grow - But Face Competition

65. America's Voluntary Standards System—A "Best Practice" Model for Innovation Policy?

66. EIU: Global outlook summary

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

68. China: Highlights and Key Issues

69. A Rapidly Changing Energy World, Or Perhaps Not

70. Intercity Buses: The Forgotten Mode

71. Human resources in China Prepare for opportunity

72. Renminbi Rules: The Conditional Imminence of the Reserve Currency Transition

73. Chinese Commodity Imports in Ghana and Senegal: Demystifying Chinese Business Strength in Urban West Africa

74. From REDD to Green: A Global Incentive System to Stop Tropical Forest Clearing

75. A China Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations

76. Global Energy Markets in a Time of Political Change

77. Adjusting to China: A Challenge to the U.S. Manufacturing Sector

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

79. Tradition in Chinese politics: The Party-state's reinvention of the past and the critical response from public intellectuals

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

81. The Elephant in the "Green Room": China and the Doha Round

82. Who Captures Value in Global Supply Chains?

83. Are resurging state-owned enterprises impeding competition overseas?

84. Inward FDI in Israel and its policy context

85. Perverse Incentives in the Chinese Health System and Assessment of the April 2009 Reform

86. Patient Preferences, Concerns, and Satisfaction with Providers before the Chinese Urban Health System Reform: A Social Groups Analysis

87. International investment law and media disputes: a complement to WTO law

88. Are the Chinese in Africa More Innovative than the Africans? Comparing Chinese and Nigerian Entrepreneurial Migrants' Cultures of Innovation

89. Approaches to Fostering Productivity Growth in Brazil, China and India

90. Innovation and the Visible Hand: China, Indigenous Innovation, and the Role of Government Procurement

91. Russia's modernization reloaded: Political constraints on economic development

92. Trade Disputes Between China and the United States: Growing Pains so Far, Worse Ahead?

93. The Chinese Defense Economy's Long March from Imitation to Innovation

94. Beyond Market Forces: Regulating the Global Security Industry

95. The Economic Impact of International Students from a Cross-National Perspective

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

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

98. Beyond Market Forces: Regulating the Global Security Industry

99. Options for a Democratic Taiwan

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