FREE Access to a Wiley Special Collection of Articles on China and the World Economy: Investment and Trade

By Victoria Bird|March 7, 2013|China and Inner Asia, Economics, Financial and Management Studies, Unknown|0 comments

Wiley Publishers have created a special collection of articles, edited by Professor Shujie Yao, featuring 16 papers that “…have been carefully selected from a broad range of economic journals. All the papers have large numbers of downloads and citations, but they share a common focus of interest: China and the World Economy from an Investment and Trade Perspective.”  Professor Shujie Yao has provided a full introduction here, which is also available in Chinese. Simply click on the below article titles to read the papers online, available for free until 30th June 2013:

 Shanghai from top of WFC {Re-edited}  Copyright Salva Barbera.

Renminbising China’s foreign assets
Yin-Wong Cheung, Guonan Ma and Robert N. McCauley
Measuring the gains from trade under monopolistic competition
Robert C. Feenstra
Resource abundance and regional development in China
Xiaobo Zhang, Li Xing, Shenggen Fan and Xiaopeng Luo
Competition in two-sided markets
Mark Armstrong
The Impact of Trade on Intra-Industry Reallocations and Aggregate Industry Productivity
Marc J. Melitz
Ownership Reform, Foreign Competition and Efficiency of Chinese Commercial Banks: A Non-parametric Approach
Shujie Yao, Zhongwei Han and Genfu Feng
China’s Exchange Rate Policy, Its Current Account Surplus and the Global Imbalances
W. Max Corden
Endogenous Pollution Havens: Does FDI Influence Environmental Regulations?
Matthew A. Cole, Robert J. R. Elliott and Per G. Fredriksson
Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on China: Empirical Evidence and Policy Implications
Ligang Liu
Firm heterogeneity and the labour market effects of trade liberalization
Hartmut Egger and Udo Kreickemeier
Recent regional agreements: Why So Many, Why So Much Variance in Form, Why Coming So Fast, and Where Are They Headed?
John Whalley
The theory of interstellar trade
Paul Krugman
Distance, trade and FDI: A Hausman-Taylor SUR approach
Peter Egger and Michael Pfaffermayr
The Rise of China and East Asian Export Performance: Is the Crowding-Out Fear Warranted?
Prema-chandra Athukorala
Why is China So Competitive? Measuring and Explaining China’s Competitiveness
F. Gerard Adams, Byron Gangnes and Yochanan Shachmurove
Endogenous Financial and Trade Openness
Joshua Aizenman and Ilan Noy
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