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The Sharing Mechanism of US Platform for Scientific Research Instruments and Implications(Special Issue No 61, 2015)


These platforms can be divided into such two categories as contract purchasing and cooperative funding.

Strategy for Upgrading the Competitiveness of Emerging Powers (No.197, 2015)


In the course of economic globalization, there are winners and losers.

Some Typical Cases of Methodology-Based Reforms at All Times and in All Countries (Special Issue No.55, 2015)


History has proved that the methods and manners adopted in promoting reform are vital to success.

Gorbachev's Reform: Road to Ruin (Special Issue No.54, 2015)


With a goal to revitalize socialism and to accelerate the economic development of the Soviet Union, Gorbachev's reform, however, turned out contrary to the original wishes and resulted in the disintegration of the Party and the Soviet Union.

Reagan’s Reform: Leading the American Economy out of Stagflation (Special Issue No.53, 2015)


In view of the reform methodology, the success of former US President Ronald Reagan’s reform is ascribed to its effective strategies and tactics.

Thatcher’ Reform: Remedying British Disease with an Iron Hand (Special Issue No.52, 2015)


After the Second World War, the UK suffered from severe stagflation for about 30 years, causing a series of social problems.

Reforms in Taiwan after 1949: Tough Decisions Made at Stake (Special Issue No.51,2015)


Taiwan authorities have carried out a series of reforms in the field of land, taxation, industry, finance etc. since the retreat of Kuomintang (KMT) to Taiwan in 1949.

Two Types of Companies Should Guard against Five Development Trends


The two types of companies undertake multiple reform tasks of transforming state asset management mechanisms by prioritizing capital management.