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Bibliography on Contemporary China Studies: WTO

52 References, July 3, 2006

WTO (Accession, Trade, Consequences)

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Austin, Greg (2005): The 1989 China arms ban: Putting Europe's position to congress. London, United Kingdom (The Foreign Policy Centre, April 2005)

Bhalla, A. S. / Qiu, Shufang (2004): The employment impact of China's WTO accession. London, New York (Routledge Curzon)

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Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) (2003): Projections of tobacco production, consumption and trade to the year 2010. Rome.

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Harwit, Eric (2001): The impact of WTO membership on the automobile industry in China. In: The China Quarterly, Vol. 167, 655-670

Henderson, Callum (1999): China on the brink. The myths and realities of the world's largest market. New York, et al. (McGraw-Hill)

Hertel, Thomas / Zhai, Fan (2004): Labor market distortions, rural-urban inequality and the opening of China's economy. Washington, DC (World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 3455, November 2004)

Hilpert, Hanns / Haak, René (2002): Japan and China: Cooperation, competition, and conflict. New York, NY (Palgrave Macmillan)

Hufbauer, Gary Clyde / Wong, Yee (2004): International economic policy briefs. China bashing 2004. Institute for International Economics, Working Paper Number PB04-5, September 2004

Hughes, Kent / Lin, Gang / Turner, Jennifer L. (2002): China and the WTO. Domestic challenges and international pressures. Washington, DC (Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Asia Program, Environmental Change and Security Project)

Ianchovichina, Elena / Martin, Will (2001): Trade liberalization in China's accession to the World Trade Organization. Washington, DC (The World Bank)

Kharas, Homi (2005): Lifting all boats. Why China's great leap is good for the world's poor. In: Foreign Policy, Special Report: China Rising. How the Asian Colossus is Changing our World. January / February 2005, Washington, DC.

Lardy, Nicholas R. (2001): Issues in China's WTO accession. Washington, DC, The U.S.-China Security Review Commission, May 09, 2001 (The Brookings Institution)

Lardy, Nicholas R. (2002): Integrating China into the global economy. Washington, D.C. (Brookings Institution Press)

Lemoine, Françoise / Ünal-Kesenci, Deniz (2002): China in the international segmentation of production processes. CEPII Working Paper, No. 2002-02

Li, Feng / Li, Jing (1999): Foreign investment in China. New York, NY (Palgrave Macmillan)

Lin, Justin Yifu (2002): Future role of China in Asia. Paper prepared for "Asia 2025 Seminar" at Asian Development Bank Annual Meeting in Shanghai, May 10, 2002 Beijing (Peking University, China Center for Economic Research, Working Paper Series, No E2002004)

Lohmar, Bryan (2004): China's wheat economy: Current trends and prospects for imports. Washington, DC, United States Department of Agriculture, Electronic Outlook Report from the Economic Research Service, WHS-04D-01

Lu, Feng (1999): Three grain surpluses. Evolution of China's grain price and marketing policies (1978-1999). Paper presented at the Symposium on China's Agricultural Trade Policy: Issues, Analysis, and Global Consequences in San Francisco, California, June 25-26, 1999 (Preliminary Draft)

Lu, Wencong (2001): Chinese agriculture after the WTO accession: Competitiveness and policy. In: Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture, Vol. 40, No. 3, 251-268

Mattoo, Aaditya (2003): China's accession to the World Trade Organization: The services dimension. Washington, DC (The World Bank, Policy Research Working Paper)

Mitcham, Chad J. (2005): China's economic relations with the West and Japan, 1949-1979. London, New York (Routledge Curzon)

Moore, Thomas G. (2002): China in the world market: Chinese industry and international sources of reform in the post-Mao era. New York, NY (Cambridge University Press)

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Sachs, Jeffrey D. / Woo, Wing Thye (2002): China's Economic Growth after WTO Membership. In: Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies, Inaugural Issues, Vol. 1, No. 1

Shafaeddin, S. M. (2002): The Impact of China's Accession to the WTO on the Exports of Developing Countries. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Discussion Papers UNCTAT/OSG/DP/160

Sinha, Radha (2003): Sino-American relations: Mutual paranoia. New York, NY (Palgrave Macmillan)

Solinger, Dorothy J. (2001): WTO entry: Will China's workers benefit from this "win-win" deal? In: China Rights Forum Journal, No. 1

Solinger, Dorothy J. (2001): WTO entry: Will China's workers benefit from this "win-win" deal? In: China Rights Forum Journal, 2001, No. 1

Suttmeier, Richard P. / Yao, Xiangkui (2004): China's post-WTO technology policy: Standards, software, and the changing nature of techno-nationalism. Washington, DC (The National Bureau of Asian Research, NBR Special Report, No. 7, May 2004)

Tang, Kam-Ki (1998): Entrepot trade and fixed exchange rate regimes: the United States - Hong Kong - China trade triangle. Canberra. Asia Pacific School of Economics and Management, The Australian National University. (China Economic Papers, 1998. Published online by NCDS Asia Pacific Press)

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Wang, Xiangrong / Zha, Ping / Lu, Jia (1998): Ecological planning and sustainable development: a case study of an urban development zone in Shanghai, China. In: International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, Vol. 5, 204-216

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