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International Conference

China and the Global Economy:

Economic Integration and Protectionism

Beijing, June 22-23, 2009

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Downloadable Papers

(as of November 23, 2010)

The followings are some of the papers scheduled to be presented in the conference. They are posted for the convenience of the participants and others who are interested in these papers.

The first listed author is usually the one expected to present the paper. Copyrights of the papers are owned by the authors. For the latest version of the papers, please contact the authors directly.

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Yang Li and Hsiao-Mei Lin Analyzing Productivity of Asian Biotech Firms

Filip De Beule

Sourcing of multinational enterprises in China
Jialu Liu Human Capital, Returning Migration and Rural Entrepreneurship in China
Chong Wha LEE Whither a Regional-Wide FTA in East Asia?
Sung-ko Li and Yuk-shing Cheng Environmental Efficiency under Globalization: Application to the Industrial Sector in China
Jiansuo Pei, Erik Dietzenbacher, and Cuihong Yang The Environmental Pains and Economic Gains of Outsourcing to China
Songhua Lin, Galina An, and Chang Hong Evidence on the Convergence of China’s Dual Trade Regimes
Yanling Wang and John Baldwin Plant Size, Nationality and Ownership Change
Ying Wu Measuring China’s Monetary Sterilization and Autonomy in the Era of Globalization: 1995-2005
Alicia Garcia-Herrero, K.C. Fung, Ya-Lan Liu, and Alan Siu A Comparison of Chinese Outward Direct Investment with Other Regional Peers: Taiwan, Japan and Korea
Chu-Ping Lo and Bih Jane Liu Why India is mainly engaged in offshore service activities, while China is disproportionately engaged in manufacturing?
Yin-Wong Cheung and XingWang Qian The Empirics of China’s Outward Direct Investment
Ying Wu and Hong Yao Credit Multiplier Effects of Foreign Exchange Reserves under Monetary Sterilization and Capital Adequacy Constraints: A Preliminary Analysis and Evidence from China (2002-2008)
Kun-Ming Chen and Chia-Ching Lin The Impact of Exchange Rate Movements on Foreign Direct Investment: Are There Third Country Effects?
Yun-kwong Kwok and Chunwei Lai Factor Price Equalization and Economic Integration in China
Doowon Lee Determinants of the Chinese TFP: National & Regional Level
Meng-Chia Tsai, Kun-Ming Chen, and Chia-Ching Lin The Impact of Cross-Strait Trade Liberalization: A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis
Joshua AizenmanMenzie D. Chinn, and Hiro Ito The Emerging Global Financial Architecture: Tracing and Evaluating the New Patterns of the Trilemma's Configurations
Baomin Dong and Xin Zhao FDI and Environmental Standard: Pollution Haven or Race to the Bottom?
Miaojie Yu and Zhiyuan Li Exports, Productivity, and Credit Constraints: A Firm-Level Empirical Investigation for China
Kiyoun Sohn How to Reflect Better the Interests of Developing Countries  in the World Trading System?
Ming Men and Chao Yang Exchange Rate Exposure of Chinese Security Markets: Before and After American Subprime Crisis 
Youli-Wang and Jian-Wang Explore and analyse the Influencing Factors in Focuses shift of the Investment of Taiwan Businessmen in Mainland
Xiaopeng Yin Outsourcing, Tariffs Agreement, and Trade Liberalization

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