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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.
September 22, 2011
BRICS face challenges as role in world economy grows
This is a dangerous time for global finance, so BRICS nations should expect more challenges ahead before really taking the lead within the global financial system.
September 14, 2011
Uncertainty over the American economy
Three years after Lehman Brothers went bankrupt, a new round of economic uncertainty and market volatility has been spreading inside the U.S.
August 12, 2011
US credit rating agency under fire
The current rating system does not properly reflect the financial stability of the borrowers. Credit rating agencies need to rate themselves first, before they rate others.
August 1, 2011
Who worries about the US economy more?
Americans aren't worried about the national debt as long as prices stay low.
May 21, 2011
Furthering cooperation needs better perceptions
Correct reading of each other will help US and China to achieve more and address more strategic issues at S&ED.
April 26, 2011
China needs to rethink its trade policy
Zhang Lijuan: To maintain its global competiveness and adapt to changing economic conditions, China must rethink its trade policies.
March 16, 2011
China promotes the pursuit of happiness
"Happiness" is a key word right now in China. Well-being is not just about money, but is also about perceptions of social justice and equality.
February 18, 2011
Warning signs in January CPI
How well the government handles the inflation issue will have crucial implications for China's political stability in 2011.
January 26, 2011
From Barbie to Starbucks, Chinese want American brands
The extent to which Chinese people chase American brands is far beyond Americans' imagination, and although there is obviously no "buy American" campaign, Chinese consumers are nonetheless practicing a "buy American" mentality.
December 21, 2010
Rising prices: Is seeing believing?
The inflation rate in China as perceived by consumers is much higher than the official figure. The public want to know the real inflation rate as well as the policy response.
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