China News in Brief August, 2011China News in Brief August, 2011
Compiled by Yimin Zhang, University of Shanghai for Science and Technology and distributed by the Kiebach Center for International Business Studies, Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University
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Hong Kong AffHong Kong Aff
This was the main aff we read through the Jan-feb topic – I broke it in cps semis and we kept reading it throughout the topic until toc. We have old versions of the protests cards since we had to keep updating the uniqueness of that advantage throughout
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Chapter IX power, Wealth and Interdependence in an Era of Advanced GlobalizationChapter IX power, Wealth and Interdependence in an Era of Advanced Globalization
Especially important is the focus on shifting power relationships, often deriving from different rates of economic growth, and the potential for conflict
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Kenneth pomeranz the great himalayan watershedKenneth pomeranz the great himalayan watershed
Zipingpu dam may have triggered the massive Sichuan earthquake in May 2008, for example. [1] Meanwhile glaciers, which almost never used to make the news, are now generating plenty of worrisome headlines
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The Chinese Century? Some Foreign Policy Implications of China’s Move to High-Tech InnovationThe Chinese Century? Some Foreign Policy Implications of China’s Move to High-Tech Innovation
This chapter examines China’s investments in science and technology, discusses strengths and weaknesses, and assesses the likelihood that China will emerge as one of the world’s leading economic powers
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Building Global-Class Universities: Assessing the Impact of the 985 ProjectBuilding Global-Class Universities: Assessing the Impact of the 985 Project
Hayhoe 1996) and building a technically trained workforce (see, for example, Simon and Cao 2009). There seems to have been near unanimous agreement that this catch-up was critical to realizing the goals of the Chinese leadership
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Making sense of china’s economic transformationMaking sense of china’s economic transformation
Address for correspondence: Dr Dic Lo, Department of Economics, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London wc1H 0XG, U. K
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Despite a massive surplus in the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund – Port Maintenance is underfunded nowDespite a massive surplus in the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund – Port Maintenance is underfunded now
Despite a massive surplus in the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund Port Maintenance is underfunded now
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Dallas Federal Reserve Beige Book ProjectDallas Federal Reserve Beige Book Project
Patricia M. Patterson is the Deputy Chairman, President. The Dallas Fed is broken down into three branches; the El Paso Branch, Houston Branch, and the San Antonio Branch
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Regionalism and Asia Peter j katzenstein. New Political EconomyRegionalism and Asia Peter j katzenstein. New Political Economy
Peter j katzenstein. New Political Economy. Abingdon: Nov 2000. Vol. 5, Iss. 3; pg. 353, 17 pgs
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Globalization, Market Transition, and Variety of Developmental Models: a comparison of Four Automakers in the Chinese Car IndustryGlobalization, Market Transition, and Variety of Developmental Models: a comparison of Four Automakers in the Chinese Car Industry
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