James Paradise Ph.D., University of California
Feb 08 , 2013
While China and the United States have seen an uptick in the number of complaints brought before the World Trade Organization as well as outside actions increasing trade conflict, there are steps both nations may take to increase cooperation and remain competitive.
Stephen Roach Faculty Member, Yale University
Jan 30 , 2013
In a feat unmatched by other world powers, China’s economy survived its second soft landing in less than four years. However, as external factors continue to shock China, its economy has faced increasing vulnerability. Now, economic rebalancing and reform could hold the key to continued growth.
Zhang Yansheng Secretary-General, NDRC Academic Committee
Jan 29 , 2013
Zhang Yansheng writes that China's economy will enter an important period of transition in 2013, and that the prospect of global economic growth remains troubling.
Michael Justin Lee Lecturer, University of Maryland
Jan 22 , 2013
As masters of the universe prepare to meet in Davos, Switzerland for the 11th annual World Economic Forum, pessimism must not characterize perceptions of China.
Daniel Drezner Professor, Tufts University
Jan 18 , 2013
In his blog on global politics, economics, and pop culture at Foreign Policy, Daniel W. Drezner dispels another myth stymieing the building of US-China relations.
Michael Lee Lecturer at the University of Maryland
Jan 16 , 2013
As Xi Jinping and Barack Obama are faced with tremendous economic challenges, the national prosperity of each country may benefit more from a local approach that could allow for joint efforts between the United States and China.
Niu Li Director of Macro-economy Studies, State Information Center
Jan 15 , 2013
Niu Yi writes that China’s economy in 2013 will be guided by the quality and efficiency of economic reform, and that a new model of urbanization will provide the largest potential for promoting domestic spending.
Yu Xiang Research Fellow, CICIR
Jan 11 , 2013
After a prolonged recession, some economists believe the United States could be headed towards recovery. What 5 economic indicators show signs of GDP growth? A rebounding housing market, profitable financial markets, increasing consumer confidence, manufacturing growth, and a unique energy sector could signal a turn around for the US economy.
Shen Dingli Associate Dean, Fudan Unversity
Jan 09 , 2013
While the Chinese refer to America’s fiscal cliff as caizheng xuanya, reactions in Chinese media to the United States Congress’ recent fiscal cliff compromise have varied from disappointment to downright harsh criticisms of the U.S. political system.
He Weiwen Senior Fellow, Center for China and Globalization
Dec 28 , 2012
The just concluded 23rd China-US Joint Commission for Commerce and Trade (JCCT) harvested over 50 tangible results, with “meaningful progress” ( Ron Kirk). He