Devaland, Mary Jo, ed. China's economic policy impact on the United States. New York: Nova Science Publishers, c2009. 251 p.
LC Call Number: HC427.95 .C4562 2009
LC Catalog Record: 2009034040
Publisher description: This book provides an overview of China's economic development, challenges China faces to maintain growth, and the implications of China's rise as a major economic power for the United States.
Egendorf, Laura, editor. Should the U.S. do business with China? Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2009. 122 p.
LC Call Number: HF1456.5.C6 S56 2009
LC Catalog Record: 2008026076
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This collection of essays offers a variety of perspectives on the issue of outsourcing of American jobs to China that has grown significantly in recent years. The contributors analyze the benefits and drawbacks of the highly complex economic ties between the United States and China. Trade and other economic interaction affect not only corporations and workers, but also customers, the environment, and China's political system. Adapted from Introduction, p.7
Finn, Jerald D.,editor. China-U.S. economic and geopolitical relations. New York : Nova Science Publishers, c2007. 221 p.
LC Call Number: HF1456.5.C6 C55 2007
LC Catalog Record: 2007038814
Publisher description: It is hard for the U.S. to ignore China these days with daily stories of product recalls which show that the vast preponderance of products sold in America are actually made in China. Add to that the fact that China is leaping forward in scientific and technology research and is fueled by a boom economy. This new book presents analyses of relevant to China-U.S. economic and geopolitical relations.
Lardy, Nicholas R. Integrating China into the Global Economy. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, c2002. 244 p.
LC Call Number: HF1604 .L373 2002
LC Catalog Record: 2001007624
Lardy gives a timely analysis of the internal and external pressures on the Chinese government to comply with the WTO's standards. An important tool for those who wish to learn about China's new role in the global economy and looks at economic and political factors that are likely to shape the "trade" outcomes of the new situation and assesses the likelihood that China will accede to the rules of the neoliberal global economy. Book News, Inc.
Lovett, William A., Eckes, Alfred E. Jr. and Brinkman, Richard L. U.S. Trade Policy:
History, Theory, and the WTO. Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, c2004. 236 p.
LC Call Number: HF1455 .L66 2004
LC Catalog Record: 2003055794
This is a fully updated edition of the best-selling text on U. S. trade policy from the colonial times to the present, featuring new coverage of the WTO panels and conflicts, the battle in Seattle, struggles over Doha rounds and conflicts, growing tensions among major powers, splits between advanced and developing nations, increased terrorism, and risks of war. This fully updated edition of the best-selling text on U.S. trade policy from colonial times to the present includes new coverage of the WTO panels and conflicts, the battle in Seattle, struggles over Doha rounds and conflicts, growing tensions among major powers, splits between advanced and developing nations, increased terrorism, and risks of war. Global Books in Print.
Steinfeld, Edward S. Playing our game : why China's rise doesn't threaten the west Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, c2010.
LC Call Number: HC427.95 .S74 2010
LC Catalog Record: 2009052386
“…The rise of China, many feel, necessarily means the decline of the West--the United States in particular. Not so, writes Edward Steinfeld. If anything, China's economic emergence is good for America. In this fascinating new book, Steinfeld asserts that China's growth is fortifying American commercial supremacy, because (as the title says) China is playing our game. By seeking to realize its dream of modernization by integrating itself into the Western economic order, China is playing by our rules, reinforcing the dominance of our companies and regulatory institutions. The impact of the outside world has been largely beneficial to China's development, but also enormously disruptive…” Global Books in Print
Yi-chong, Xu and Weller, Patrick. The Governance of World Trade: international civil
servants and the GATT/WTO. Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Pub.,
c2004. 311 p.
LC Call Number: HF1383 .X8 2004
LC Catalog Record: 2004045464
"This study of the internal operation of the GATT/WTO argues that the invisible yet indispensable international civil servants are the permanent machinery within the institution. They have, the authors ascertain, an important coordinating function and act according to a specific scale of values that transcend those of individual states, providing the continuity and the cement, the credibility and the connection among self-interest-driven states. The book concludes that as one of the most 'democratic' international organizations, operating on the principle of consensus, the WTO needs a creative Secretariat as a necessary condition for multilateral cooperation to work." Global Books in Print.
Zhao, Suisheng, ed. China and the United States : cooperation and competition in northeast Asia. 1st ed. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. 199 p.
LC Call Number: E183.8.C5 C4634 2008
LC Catalog Record: 2008015073
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