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Author Goodman, Matthew P., project director.

Title Parallel perspectives on the global economic order : a U.S.-China essay collection / project director, Matthew P. Goodman ; editors, Daniel Remler, Ye Yu ; contributors, Amy Celico [and 22 others]
Published Washington, DC : Center for Strategic & International Studies, [2017]


Description 1 online resource (vi, 107 pages) : color illustrations
Contents Introduction. The United States, China, and the global economic order in 2017 / by Kevin Nealer -- Current state and evolution of the global economic order. A grand bargain to strengthen the global economic order / by Matthew P. Goodman -- World economic order : present and future / by He Fan & Ye Qianlin -- Macroeconomic policy coordination. U.S.-China macroeconomic policy coordination : a MAP without daggers / by David Loevinger & Spencer Rodriguez -- Economic rebalancing should be the core of China's supply-side reform / by Wang Yuzhu -- Financial regulation. Living in two worlds : Chinese and U.S. financial regulation / by Douglas J. Elliott -- Financial regulation reform and financial stability / by Zhao Xijun -- International financial institutions. Toward better multilateral development banks : can the United States and China lead together? / by Nancy Lee -- China-U.S. cooperation for a more effective multilateral development bank system / by Ye Yu -- Global trade policy. Opportunities for U.S.-China trade cooperation / by William Reinsch -- Managing bilateral trade policy : a quest for rebalancing the global economy? / by Shen Minghui -- U.S.-China bilateral economic relations. A new era of uncertainty in U.S.-China economic relations / by Amy P. Celico -- The Trump administration's trade policy and Sino-American economic relations / by Song Guoyou -- International investment policy. Prospects for U.S.-China cooperation on global investment policy / by Scott Miller -- Changes in global trade and investment and implications for China-U.S. economic relations / by Xue Lei -- Sustainable development. A U.S.-China partnership on the Sustainable Development Goals / by Scott Morris -- The development and transformation of China's foreign aid / by Zhang Haibing -- Infrastructure. Addressing the global infrastructure deficit : channels for U.S.-China cooperation / by Ziad Haider -- The belt and road initiative : progress, problems, and prospects / by Fang Jin -- Climate change and energy. The U.S.-China climate and energy relationship / by Joanna Lewis -- Finance, trade policy, and the implementation of the Paris Agreement / by Zhang Zhongxiang
Summary "The United States and China are the world's two largest economies. Over the coming decades, no two countries will have a greater impact on the global economic order -- the system of institutions, rules, and norms that govern international economic affairs. A global economy that delivers strong, sustainable, balanced, and inclusive growth will depend on such a well-managed order. More than ever before, Washington and Beijing must work together to identify potential areas of cooperation, as well as manage our differences ... Scholars from the United States and China have contributed parallel essays presenting their respective positions on a wide variety of topics in the global economic order. We hope that this collection will generate new ideas that scholars, policymakers, and citizens in both countries can use to solve the most urgent problems in the global economy"--Publisher's web site
Notes "September 2017."
"A report of the CSIS Simon Chair in Political Economy and Shanghai Institutes for International Studies."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (CSIS, viewed September 27, 2017)
Subject International economic relations.
International finance.
Economic policy.
International economic relations.
International finance.
SUBJECT United States -- Foreign economic relations -- China
China -- Foreign economic relations -- United States
United States -- Economic policy -- 21st century
China -- Economic policy -- 2000-
Subject China.
United States.
Form Electronic book
Author CSIS Simon Chair in Political Economy, issuing body
Shanghai guo ji wen ti yan jiu suo, issuing body.
Center for Strategic and International Studies (Washington, D.C.), publisher.