International Economic Review
International Economic Review was launched in 1996 by the Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS). It combines international study with China's domestic problems and offers the most updated analysis of the focal issues of the world in general and China in particular. Among its contributors are many distinguished Chinese economists from both academic and government circles. As such, it has become a major reading in China's economics and politics field and over two-third of its articles are cited by other journals.
International Economic Review includes the following columns:
Current Events: Comments on current focal issues in international economics and politics.
Critics / Arguments: Clash of ideas, reflecting hot issues of international economics and politics.
Special Reports: Comprehensive studies by leading Chinese officials and scholars on implications behind important economic reform and policy.
Finance: Review of cutting-edge issues of theory and practice in international finance.
International Politics: Exploring interactive relationship between international economics and politics.
China's Economy: Discussion of important issues concerning China's reform and open-up in its interaction with the world economy.
Legions / Countries: Analysis of lessons and experience of the economic development in other countries.
Business: Introduction of enlightening phenomena in business circle.
Interview: Interview with people who has significant influence worldwide.
Profile: Introduction of great thinkers in economics.
Book Review: Review of famous economic works in publication.
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