Economic bubbles have run through the history of modern global economic development from the Dutch Tulip Bubble in 1630 to the international financial crisis in 2008.
This book incorporated the in-depth analysis made by scores of experts and scholars, focusing on China's economic development from diverse perspectives.
This book is a collection of the author's observations of life in recent years, focusing on the relationship between farmers and reform.
This book focuses upon the historical destiny of farmers in contemporary China.
Because the international financial crisis has an impact on global supply chains, the question of how to get an upper hand is a major concern in many countries.
This is the annual review of the Enterprise Research Institute's major research results in the following areas