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The Rise and Fall of the Portuguese Empire Observed from the Human Capital Angle(Special Issue, No 9, 2016)

2016-03-31

Human capital played a crucial and unique role in the rise and fall of Portugal between the 15th and 16th centuries.

The Factor of Human Capital in US Rising (Special Issue, No 8, 2016)

2016-03-31

Since its foundation, the US followed a path evolving from size expansion to quality elevation.

Experience and Implications of China’s Agricultural Restructuring(No.18, 2016)

2016-03-31

Since reform and opening-up,the structure of agricultural production in China has gone through profound adjustments along with the change in the internal and external conditions of agricultural production and relevant policy reforms.

The Restructuring of US Financial Regulatory System and its Implications(No.17, 2016)

2016-03-31

Since the Great Depression in 1929, the US financial regulatory system has made adjustmentsin light of new conditions when crisis broke out or the financial system went through significant changes.

The Transition of Financial Regulation Framework of “BRICs” and Relevant Enlightenments(No.16, 2016)

2016-03-31

They visited central banks, financial supervisory and management departments and major financial institutions in the three countries.

Take Measures for Thorough-going Tax Reduction(No.15, 2016)

2016-03-31

This report summarizes several typical cases about tax reduction in some countries since the 1980s.

France’s Rising and the Role of Human Capital Factor(No 7, 2016)

2016-03-31

It is noteworthy to noticethe reason why France could not establish a modern country in the process of competing for an early rising among big powers, but faced a lot of difficulties in the course of modern transformation.

The Human Capital Factor for German Rising(No 6, 2016)

2016-03-31

Germany became a global strong industrial country in the middle-to-later period of the19th century.