International trade and investment


"International Trade and Investment: Growth and Welfare, Conflict and Cooperation" selected the most representative papers in the international trade sector, covering trade and growth Core issues such as investment, political economics, and trade liberalization and other international trade. The international trade conflicts that have been concerned with people have recently been fully reflected. These papers use modern economics research methods to analyze China and the world's issues, including the vast majority of articles in Dr. Haiwen's Ph.D. The first time I meet with readers. In the past three decades, China has become one of the largest traders in the world. Trading has always played an important role in my country's economic development, and various phenomena and problems derived from these trade activities are endless. How to see them? "International Trade and Investment: Growth and Welfare, Conflict and Cooperation" will give relevant answers.


Welfare influence and policy change under the first trade and growth

Chapter 1 Economic Development and Agricultural Products Trade Protection

First introduction

Two-in-one change in agricultural product relative price and comparative advantage in the process of economic growth

The benefits of agricultural trade protection in the third quarter of agricultural products

Section IV Empirical Inspection

Section 5 Conclusions and Policy Meaning


Chapter 2 International Trade and Regional Gap: China's experience,

1 Introduction

2nd section review: growth model and North-North Trade,

Section 3 Two Destiny Middle School Growth Model

Section 4 Free Trade Northern Growth Path

Section 5 China Regional Development and Trade Characteristics

Section 6 Development Gap and Trade Relationship: Empirical Inspection

Seven Trade Policy Influence of Development Gap

Section 8 Conclusions and Policy Meaning

The second outsourcing and processing trade

Chapter 3 Strategy Outsourcing, multi-dimensional outer bag matching and subscription and China to undertake international outsourcing research

first preamble

The second new Auo balanced strategy outsourcing

Three-section multi-dimensional outer bag matching and bucking research

Section 4 China Undertake International Outsourcing Empirical Analysis

Section 5 Conclusion



Third Articles Direct Investment and Multinational Corporation

Chapter 4 International Commodity Trade and Foreign Direct Investment

First Commodity Trade and Foreign Business The relationship between direct investment

The second section of China's foreign direct investment is

Section 3 and technology related capital flow - theory and model

Section 4 Measurement Reason Inspection

Section 5 Summary


Chapter 5 Coping to Global Trends and Multinational Corporations - Developing Middle School R & D cooperation

first section introduction

second section Basic model

Section 3 Welfare analysis

Section 4 introduced into the government Expand model of decision-making

Section 5 Conclusion


The fourth trade policy development of political economics analysis

Chapter 6 Welfare Economics and Political Economics Holiday Decision Decision of Nominal Tariff Structure - Taking China as an Example

1 Introduction

2nd Section Overview

Section 3 Theory Model

Section 4 Theory Model for China's Interpretation of China

Section 5 summary


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Section 5 "Relative Anti-Dumping" Strategy Infinite Repeat Game

Section 6 Experience

Seventh section Summary


The fifth free trade zone and trade liberalization

Chapter 8 Tariff, scale, free trade zone and global Trade liberalization

1 Introduction

second section Basic fact facts

Section 3 review

Section 4 model set Decided

in the fifth section: Initial tariff level and expansion of the free trade zone

Sessil French Decomposition: Economic Scale and Expansion of the Free Trade Area

Section 7 Summary



Author About

海 闻 (Bachelor of Economics, Peking University, Dr. Economics, California University, is currently the deputy principal of Peking University, and the president of Beijing University HSBC Business School, the chairman of the China Economic Academy of Economics, long-term research in international economics and development economics, international trade, international finance, WTO Many academic discussions with profound impacts were published and published.

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