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Asian Economic Policy Review (Vol. 1 Issue 1)

The Rise of China: Its Impacts on Asia and the World

2006-06/12, Published

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Summary of this issue

 Examined the Asian and global impact of China’s rapid economic development from a diverse range of perspectives. Considered China’s recent economic performance and future prospects and the impact on trade of China’s accession to the World Trade Organization.

Articles of this issue

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Editors’ Overview
 Takatoshi ITO (University of Tokyo)
 Akira KOJIMA (Japan Center for Economic Research)
 Colin MCKENZIE (Keio University)
 Shujiro URATA (Waseda University)


China’s Recent Economic Performance and Future Prospects
 Dwight H. PERKINS (Harvard University)


Trade Impacts of China’s World Trade Organization Accession
 Elena IANCHOVICHINA (World Bank)
 Will MARTIN (World Bank)


How China is Reorganizing the World Economy
 Barry EICHENGREEN (University of California Berkeley)
 Hui TONG (Bank of England)


The Economic Rise of China: Challenges and Opportunities for ASEAN
 Siow Yue CHIA (Singapore Institute of International Affairs)
 Chalongphob SUSSANGKARN (Thailand Development Research Institute)


China’s Energy in Transition: Regional and Global Implications
 Tianshu CHU (East‐West Center)
 Fereidun FESHARAKI (East‐West Center)
 Kang WU (East‐West Center)


Environmental Consequences of Rising Energy Use in China
 Warwick J. McKIBBIN (Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Lowy Institute for International Policy, and The Brookings Institution)


Global and Regional Geo‐strategic Implications of China’s Emergence
 Akihiko TANAKA (University of Tokyo)


Editors
Takatoshi Ito: Professor, University of Tokyo
Akira Kojima: Chairman, Japan Center for Economic Research
Shujiro Urata: Professor, Waseda University

Managing Editor
Colin McKenzie: Professor, Keio University

Associate Editors
Mohamed Ariff (Malaysia): Executive Director, Malaysian Institute of Economic Research
Siow Yue Chia (Singapore): Senior Research Fellow, Singapore Institute of International Affairs
Mitsuhiro Fukao (Japan): President, Japan Center for Economic Research
Hal Hill (Australia): Professor, Australian National University
Jong-Wha Lee (Korea): Professor, Korea University
Marcus Noland (USA): Senior Fellow, Institute for International Economics
Tadashi Shiraishi (Japan): Professor, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
Hadi Soesastro (Indonesia): Executive Director, Centre for Strategic and International Studies
Chalongphob Sussangkarn (Thailand): President, Thailand Development Research Institute
Akihiko Tanaka (Japan): Professor, University of Tokyo
Yongding Yu (China): Director-General and Senior Fellow, Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

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