Ralph and Claire Landau Professor of Economics, CUHK
Sep 04 , 2015
The Seventieth Anniversary of the victory of the Allies over Japan in the Second World War is now upon us. This War created tens of millions of victims, perhaps even as many as a couple of hundreds of millions, in Asia. I was one of the victims of the War, but a relatively lucky one. My parents lived in Hong Kong before the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbour.
Jan 26 , 2015
Approximately a year ago, a study, U.S.-China Economic Relations in the Next Ten Years, was published by the China-U.S. Exchange Foundation. The study makes a n
Aug 30 , 2011
The recent down grading of U.S. sovereign debt has apparently upset financial markets worldwide. But before we get carried away by a wave of “irrational pani