الثلاثاء، أبريل 27، 2010

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اصدرت مؤسسة VoxEU.org هذا الاسبوع كتابا بعنوان:
 The US-Sino Currency Dispute: New Insights from Economics, Politics and Law
قائمة محتويات الكتاب هي:
Executive Summary

Simon J. Evenett
SECTION 1: What’s at stake? The clash that could have been...and could still be
1. Correcting the Chinese exchange rate: an action plan
C. Fred Bergsten
2. A trade war is entirely unnecessary
Yu Yongding
SECTION 2: Recent developments concerning the renminbi-dollar exchange rate
3. What caused China’s current-account surplus?
Yiping Huang
4. Congress and Chinese currency legislation
Claude Barfield
SECTION 3: The renminbi and global imbalances
5. Is an undervalued renminbi the source of global imbalances?
Charles Wyplosz
6. A trade theorist’s take on global imbalance
Alan V. Deardorff
SECTION 4: How much does the renminbi need to appreciate? To what effect?
7. The renminbi since 2005
Jeffrey Frankel
8. Is China’s currency overvalued?
Helmut Reisen
9. New PPP-based estimates of renminbi undervaluation and policy implications
Arvind Subramanian
10. Measuring misalignment: Latest estimates for the Chinese renminbi
Yin-Wong Cheung, Menzie D Chinn and Eiji Fuji
11. The 2005 to 2008 appreciation of the yuan and US trade
Peter K. Schott
12. Impact of China’s exchange-rate policy on trade in Asia
Alicia García-Herrero and Tuuli Koivu
SECTION 5: Does the crisis-era renminbi regime violate WTO rules? Is the threat of WTO litigation credible?
13. Currency ‘manipulation’ and world trade: a caution
Robert W. Staiger and Alan O. Sykes
14. Currency undervaluation as a violation of GATT Article XV:4
Jorge Miranda
15. Yuan to fight about it? The WTO legality of China’s exchange regime
Joel P. Trachtman
16. Retaliating against exchange rate manipulation under WTO rules
Michael Waibel
17. Is the Chinese exchange-rate regime ‘WTO-legal’?
Dukgeun Ahn
18. China's currency regime is legitimately challengeable as a subsidy under ASCM rules
John Magnus and Timothy C. Brightbill
SECTION 6: Potential responses by industrialised countries
19. Deconstructing Sino-US codependence: revaluation, tariffs, exports and jobs
Joseph Francois
20. US policy approaches to Chinese currency
Philip I. Levy
21. Is the 1971 ‘import surcharge’ a useful precedent?
Simon J. Evenett
22. What should the US and China learn from the past US-Japan conflict?
Jenny Corbett and Takatoshi Ito
23. Should Europe join the US in condemning Chinese currency manipulation?
Patrick A. Messerlin
24. China: revisiting the issue of mercantilism
François Godement
SECTION 7: Potential responses by China
25. Beijing blinks first – the currency debate in diplomatic context
Andrew Small
26. Great expectations: (Competing) domestic drivers of Chinese policy deliberations
Shaun Breslin
27. Absent revaluation, retaliation? Reactions to US restrictions on Chinese exports
Kati Suominen
28. China's holdings of US government debt: A dagger pointed at the heart of the US economy?
Eswar Prasad
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http://www.voxeu.org/reports/currency_dispute.pdf

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