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From burden-sharing to opportunity-sharing: unlocking the climate negotiations


In conventional thinking on climate negotiations, traditional fossil fuel-based economic growth is coupled with carbon emissions, thus mitigation has been regarded as a burden on economic growth.

The impacts of climate change on the People’s Republic of China’s grain output Regional and crop perspective


This paper aims to investigate the impacts of climate change on the People’s Republic of China’s (PRC) grain output using rural household survey data.

Testing the scale effect predicted by the Fujita–Krugman urbanization model


This paper tests the scale effect predicted by the Fujita–Krugman [Fujita, M., Krugman, P., 1995.When is the economy monocentric? von Th˝ unen and Chamberlin unified.

Special Issue: Urbanization And Employment Of Migrant Workers In China-Urbanization of Migrant Workers and Expansion of Domestic Demand


This paper explores, from the perspective of general equilibrium, the relationship between urbanizing migrant workers and increasing domestic demand.

State-owned Enterprises’ Outward Investment and the Structural Reform in China


Since China’s accession to the WTO in 2001, China has been on a steep learning curve in terms of engaging in outward direct investment, and state-owned enterprises (SOEs) have played a predominant role in this drive.

Greenhouse gas emissions reduction-A theoretical framework and global solution


The Kyoto Protocol, as ‘the first game in town’, represents significant progress towards reducing global emissions. Its cap-and-trade mechanism and flexible market-based implementation have been valued highly.

Climate Change and Green Growth: A Perspective of the Division of Labor


This paper presents a new research agenda on climate change and green growth from the perspective of the division of labor in classical economics.

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