Senior Fellow, China Center for International Economic Exchanges
May 27 , 2013
From a medium and long-term point of view, a race between reform and crisis will be inevitable, says Zhang Monan. China must perfect its central and local financial systems, and create a framework for the control of financial debt risks at the earliest date possible.
Apr 16 , 2013
Zhang Monan writes that the global economic system is shifting, and China must seize the strategic opportunities with a new line of thought by working hard to avoid any weakening of its development, seizing new opportunities and creating new advantages.
Mar 12 , 2013
As vested interests and established powers continue to distort China’s economy, Zhang Monan highlights three areas of Chinese society where reforms would provide equality and opportunity for socio-economic development while allowing growth.
Feb 19 , 2013
China’s economic growth model is running out of steam. According to the World Bank, in the 30 years after Deng Xiaoping initiated economic reform, investment accounted for 6-8 percentage points of the country’s 9.8% average annual economic growth rate, while improved productivity contributed only 2-4 percentage points.
Jan 22 , 2013
Severe weather forced China to transform its mode of growth by creating a sustainable economic and energy system conditions.
Dec 07 , 2012
Jul 03 , 2012
China’s rapid economic growth over the past decade is often contributed to demographic dividend. According to the data from the World Bank, the structural adva
Aug 15 , 2011
Since 2009, the US economic recovery has bumped along a course of recovery from the worst recession it has experienced since the 1930s. As a result, it has atte
Mar 17 , 2011
The devastation caused by the disastrous 9.0-magnitude earthquake in Japan and the potential risks from radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant o
Feb 25 , 2011
Continuous dilution of US dollar debts calls for replacing its dominance with multi-currency monetary order. The US-led Western countries' advocacy of revis