Breaching the Great Wall
- China's neomercantalism harms America's economic interests. A mutually beneficial relationship will take more assertive trade policies.
Publisher: The American Prospect Online Author: Chalmers Johnson
China Walks A Fine Line On The Way To The Free Market
- Since China launched its economic reform program in 1978, its transition from a centrally planned to a market-based economy has fueled one of the world's highest growth rates: an average rise in Gross Domestic Product of 9.3 percent a year.
Publisher: Capital Ideas Author: Alwyn M. Young
Darkness Before The Dawn
- Strategist Michael Porter tells why Japan's economic sun has set, and how it can rise again.
Publisher: CFO Magazine Author: Edward Teach
Do Japan's High Tech Failures Open Doors for Western Firms?
- Uses three recent high-profile technological failures in Japan to examine the social and economic infrastructure of the country and the ways in which change is occuring. Suggests implications for non-Japanese companies that would like to do business there.
Publisher: Graziadio Business Report Author: Charla Griffy-Brown
Enhancing environmentally sustainable growth in Finland
- This document examines Finland’s policy on natural and environmental resource management.Economic evaluation of the measures planned in various fields should
accordingly be more systematic.
Publisher: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Author: Ann Vourc'h and Miguel Jimenez
Euroland, Open for Business
- The European Monetary Union once seemed unimaginable. The questions now are What will it lead to? and Will Britain join?
Publisher: The Atlantic Monthly Author: Robert A. Levine