Vol 3, No 3 (2008)

Note: Until 2013 journal's title was Journal of the Washington Institute of China Studies.

Now that the summer Olympics have been completed in Beijing, we can return to our attempt to present a group of meaningful pieces dealing with US-PRC relationships and topics of international relevance.

 

 

 

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editor's Statement PDF HTML
Bernard T. Pitsvada i

Articles

Achieving Greater Homeland Security: Who Should Pay, and How? PDF HTML
Charlotte Kirschner, Alice Levy, Joseph J. Cordes 1
The Importance of Bureaucratic Oversight Mechanisms: The Case of the Inspector General PDF HTML
Carmen R. Apaza 23
Financial Liberalization, Economic Growth, Stability and Financial Market Development in Emerging Markets PDF HTML
Pietro Masci 42
Does WTO financial negotiation promote foreign banks’ expansion in developing countries? PDF HTML
Ke Zhang 62
Rural Management – The Way Out for Tibetan Rural Areas PDF HTML
Wang Wenchang 75
The Mountain People – Ethnic Teng PDF HTML
Kelsang Gonpo 85
Formal Rules and Their Informal Operation: An Empirical Analysis of Energy Conservation and Pollutant Emission Control Targets of China’s 11th Five-Year Plan PDF HTML
Yaqin Song 95
Budgeting for Local Governments in the United States: Deciding Who Gets What, How Much, and Who Pays? PDF HTML
Ron Carlee 106
Foreign Direct Investment Inequality (FDI) and Convergence of Growth: Evidence from Yangtze River Delta PDF HTML
Junwei Liang, Zhongqiang Dai, Zhonghua Wang 120
Investment Tips PDF HTML
William J. Lang 132

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