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Zhang LiJuan
Dr. Zhang Lijuan is a professor at School of Economics, Shandong University. Her current research fields are World Economy, Trade Policy, Commercial Diplomacy, US-China Relations.
2016 12 07
Tougher trade policy does little for job creation
Donald Trump's proposed trade policies could have a destabilizing effect on both the U.S. and the global economies.
2016 08 22
G20 for global economic governance
With the world still feeling the effects of the global economic crisis, the upcoming G20 conference in China could be significant in rebuilding global governance.
2016 08 09
Make America's trade policy toward China sustainable
American trading policy toward China has traditionally been politicized, arguing a tougher stance on China. However, shifting this argument from one of blame to mutual gain would be better for all involved.
2016 03 08
China's economic slowdown needs unique justification
China's sluggish economy has been a recent point of concern. However, the trend might signal more than just an economic downturn.
2015 11 04
Toward a slower but stronger economy
A very challenging task though, policymakers in Beijing are discussing the framework for China's future economic development by way of the country's 13th Five-Year Plan.
2015 10 12
What TPP will bring to China?
The proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership is seen by many as a somewhat contentious American geopolitical initiative. How will China's inclusion or exclusion affect the country's economy in future?
2015 09 30
The interconnected US-China trade and economic stakes
Despite the rising tensions, America and China's economic relationship remains deeply woven.
2015 04 20
The AIIB: making room for China in the global economy
Very few "China model" experiences can be applied to other nations, but infrastructure investment is an exception.
2015 04 02
Renew trade policy for 'new normal' economy
After thirty years of an "open door policy," China may have to balance "free" and "fair" in a total overhaul of its trade policy as it looks toward the "new normal" economy.
2015 01 23
China's economy in a global context
The rebalancing and restructuring of China's economy toward a "new normal" will prove helpful to sustaining an increasingly interdependent global economy that faces a host of daunting new problems.
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