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The political economy of Sino-American relations : a Greater China perspective /
edited by Y.Y. Kueh ; with the assistance of Brian Bridges.
imprint
Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press, c1997.
description
viii, 299 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9622094406 (pbk.)
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imprint
Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press, c1997.
isbn
9622094406 (pbk.)
contents note
US-China relations, 1995-97 : from crisis to hope to uncertainty / Harry Harding -- China's economic relations and their impact on US-China trade relations / Robert F. Dernberger -- Taiwan's perspective on Sino-American economic relations / Tzong-shian Yu -- The role of Hong Kong in Sino-American economic relations / Y.Y. Kueh, Thomas Voon -- The United States versus Japan in market shares in Hong Kong and Taiwan / Kai-cheong Lei -- United States direct investment in China : basic facts and some policy issues / Leonard K. Cheng -- Double-edged trade effects of foreign direct investment and firm-specific assets : evidence from the Chinese trio / Chin Chung -- The impact of renminbi devaluation on Hong Kong and China trade / Kui-yin Cheung -- The implications of China's admission to the WTO for Greater China / Yun-wing Sung -- Sino-Japanese economic relations and their implications for Sino-American relations / Hiromi Yamamoto - US-China trade conflict and its implications for Australia's agricultural trade / Joseph C.H. Chai -- Sino-American relations : an Asian perspective / Radha Sinha -- China in the world economy / Marcus Noland.
general note
Papers presented at an international conference held in Hong Kong in June 1995 sponsored by Lingnan College's Centre for Asian Pacific Studies.
catalogue key
1572783
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
A Look Inside
About the Author
Author Affiliation
Bridges, Brian: Associate Professor, Department of Politics and Sociology, Lingnan College Chai, Joseph C.H.: Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, The University of Queensland Cheng, Leonard K.: Professor of Economics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Cheung, Kui-yin: University Lecturer, Department of Economics, Lingnan College Chung, Chin: Associate Research Fellow, Chung Hua Institution for Economic Research, Taipei Dernberger, Robert F.: Professor of Economics Emeritus and Director, Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan Harding, Harry: Dean, Elliott School of International Affairs, The George Washington University Kueh, Yak-yeow: Chair Professor of Economics, and Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, Lingnan College Lei, Kai-cheong: University Lecturer, Department of Economics, Lingnan College Noland, Marcus: Senior Fellow, Institute of International Economics, Washington DC Sinha, Radha: Professor of International Economics, Sophia University, Tokyo Sung, Yun-wing: Professor and Chairman of Department of Economics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Voon, Thomas: Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Lingnan College Yamamoto, Hiromi: Professor of East Asian Economics, Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University Yu, Tzong-shian: Professor and former President, Chung Hua Institution for Economic Research, Taipei
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Summaries
Main Description
In the post-Cold War world, the United States and China together forms one of the most significant relationships in the Asian Pacific region. However, this relationship cannot be considered in isolation from the dynamic economic integration of China withH
Main Description
This volume draws on a wide range of international expertise to examine the nature of the US economic interaction with Greater China.
Unpaid Annotation
In the post-Cold War, the United States and China together form one of the most significant relationships in the Asian Pacific region. However, this relationship cannot be considered in isolation from the controversial proclaimed integration of China with Hong Kong and Taiwan into what is now called "Greater China". This text draws on a wide range of international expertise to examine the nature of the US economic interaction with China.
Table of Contents
Prefacep. vii
List of Contributorsp. ix
Introductionp. 1
US-China Relations, 1995-97: From Crisis to Hope to Uncertaintyp. 9
China's Economic Reforms and Their Impact on US-China Trade Relationsp. 29
Taiwan's Perspective on Sino-American Economic Relationsp. 49
The Role of Hong Kong in Sino-American Economic Relationsp. 61
The United States Versus Japan in Market Shares in Hong Kong and Taiwanp. 93
United States Direct Investment in China: Basic Facts and Some Policy Issuesp. 105
Double-Edged Trade Effects of Foreign Direct Investment and Firm-Specific Assets: Evidence From the Chinese Triop. 135
The Impact of Renminbi Devaluation on Hong Kong and China Tradep. 163
The Implications of China's Admission to the WTO for Greater Chinap. 181
Sino-Japanese Economic Relations and Their Implications for Sino-American Relationsp. 205
US-China Trade Conflict and Its Implications for Australia's Agricultural Tradep. 223
Sino-American Relations: An Asian Perspectivep. 243
China in the World Economyp. 277
Indexp. 291
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