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Jing Linbo: Development of Trade in China: Achievements and Problems

Abstract: China’s trade has made great strides since reform and opening. China’s status as a power in trade has been gradually consolidated and the achievements are: trade volum...

Liu Yingqiu and Wang Hongling: Transformation and Upgrading: A Necessary Choice for Non-governmental Enterprises in the New Development Stage

Abstract: With the development of low-end businesses, an extensive operation model, and lack of cutting-edge competitiveness, Chinese non-governmental enterprises in the “platte...

Lu Zhongyuan: China’s Economic Development and Transformation in the Twelfth Five-year Period

  Abstract: Under the framework of the 12th Five-year Plan, this article attempts to present the path and major goals for developing and transformingChina’s economy. The tr...

Gao Peiyong: Functional Orientation and Foreseeable Prospects of ‘Turning Business Tax into Value Added Tax’

Abstract: This paper analyzes the actual and potential significance and influence of “Turning Business Tax into Value Added Tax” (TBT-VAT), based on which its function orientati...

Jin Wanjun: Reform of the Income Distribution and Tax System

Abstract: Government, companies, and citizens are the three main players in the existing pattern of income distribution. Government predominates the existing pattern inChina. It...

Pei Changhong: The Outlook for China’s Open Economy

Abstract: The author argues that China’s open economy will have the following features: the percentage of China’s commodity exports to the world total will continue to increase,...

Xia Chunyu and Ding Tao: China’s Economy and Distribution from the Perspective of the Global Value Chain

Abstract: After rapid growth over the last thirty years,China economy now faces severe challenges, which are forcing the country to transform its model of economic development a...

Ma Jun: China’s Resource Tax Reform: How to Balance Regional Fiscal Capacities?

Abstract: Many western provinces inChina have advantages in developing industries of natural resources. To turn their resource advantages into economic advantages requires many ...

Bai Chong-En: China’s Structural Adjustment from the Income Distribution Perspective

Abstract: This paper analyzes whether China’s investment and savings rates are too high by considering the rate of turn to investment and other factors. It also investigates the...

Cai Fang: How to Tackle the Slowdown of Potential Growth Rate in China?

Abstract: The shrinkage of working age population at ages between 15 and 59 after 2010 will end the era of the high-speed economic growth in China. By revealing annual growth ra...

Zhang Zhuoyuan: Conservation and Efficient Utilization of Resources: A Major Indicator of China’s Economic Transformation

Abstract: After more than 30 years of rapid growth, China’s economy is increasingly faced with the bottleneck brought about by resources and environment. To achieve a sust...

Liu Shijin: The Coming Fallout Following China’s “Condensed Development Model” of Economic Growth and the Transformation of China’s Mode of Economic Growth

Abstract: Starting from the comparisons of international industrialization history, we suggested that the successful successor economic entities have experienced significant eco...

Cai Fang: Approaching a Neoclassical Scenario: the Labor Market in China after the Lewis Turning Point

Abstract: As China passes through its Lewis Turning Point characterized first by the appearance of a labor shortage and a constant increase in wages, its labor market shows both...

Liu Wei: The Cause, Features and Effects of Current Policy Mix of Opposing Fiscal and Monetary Policies

Abstract: Currently, China’s expansionary fiscal policy and tight monetary policy have formed an opposing policy mix. This is due to the imbalanced macro-economy, which suffers ...

Yang Zhiyong: Prospects for Tax Reform in China Following the 18th CPC National Congress

Abstract: After the 18th National Congress, Chinese government should speed up tax reform and tax reduction. Tax structure should switch to direct tax. Consumption tax reform of...

Shi Dan: Understanding China’s Energy Strategy and its Sustained Economic Growth: Present and Future

Abstract: Heavy investment on energy resources is one of the reasons for the rapid economic growth we have witnessed in China since 2000. Excessive energy consumption growth str...

Jia Kang: Reforms to China’s Financial Administration Following the Sixteenth CPC National Congress

Abstract: In November 2002, the 16th National Congress of the Communist Party of China proposed the blueprint of building a comprehensive well-off society in an all-round way in...

Wang Songqi:One Size does Not Fit All: the Need for Flexibility in Policy Responses to Slow Growth

Abstract: The root cause behind the Chinese economy’s slowing down in 2012 lies in a “one size fits all” approach to macroeconomic management. This approach must be abandoned if...

Guo Qingwang: Chinese Household Consumption: How Much is Enough?

Abstract: This paper draws upon a great amount of sample data to make a comparison between China’s current situation and that of other nations, and in particular focuses whether...

Cheng Dazhong: The Development of the Service Industry in the Modern Economy: Mechanisms and Implications for China

Abstract: The present paper attempts to examine three types of mechanisms, including specialized division of labor, innovation and demand-induced mechanisms that are crucial in ...

Ni Pengfei: The Goal, Path, and Policy Responses of China’s New Urbanization

Abstract: Urbanization has great significance for China’s economic and social development, but the traditional model of urbanization is unsustainable. This paper details the bas...

Hao Shouyi: China’s Path to the Construction of Low-Carbon Cities in the Context of New-Style Urbanization

Abstract: The core requirements of new urbanization are ecological cities and improvements to quality of life, and the construction of low-carbon cities is a necessary choice to...

Qiu Baoxing: Thoughts on Urbanization Models from a Global Perspective

Abstract: From a global perspective, given global resource and environmental constraints, China should adhere to the Scientific Outlook on Development when choosing its model fo...

Li Xiaoxi: Scientific Development and a New Green Deal

Abstract: After 30 years of reform and opening, China has become the world’s second largest economy. However, the fast growth has come at the high cost of environmental degradat...

Jin Bei and Li Gang: Green Economic Growth from a Developmental Perspective

Abstract: This paper discusses the relationship between industrial development and environmental protection. The paper argues that human beings cannot solve the problems linked ...

Li Shantong, Wu Sanmang and He Jianwu: Prospects for China’s Economic Development in the Next Decade

Abstract: This article discusses prospects for China’s economic development over the next decade based on the computable general equilibrium (CGE) model of the Chinese eco...

Xia Jiechang and Zhang Xiaobing: A Study on the Basic Path for Producer Services to Promote Industrial Upgrading and the Related Finance and Taxation Measures

Abstract: Accelerating the development of producer services is both conducive to enhancing the level and quality of industrialization, promoting industrial upgrading, as well as...

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