China’s Third Revolution: Xi is Transforming the Middle Kingdom
The era of Deng Xiaoping is over in China. We are now living in a new historical epoch: the era.
| Sep. 5 2018
Predicting China: Finding the True Signal
Predicting China’s future is hard given its size, history and complexity of population, but it's easy to share.
| May. 24 2017
Xu Chenggang on the Government’s Role in Real Estate and How to Roll Out Economic Reforms in China
Over the past year, the housing price in many Chinese cities has doubled. The property industry, which contributed to the.
| Mar. 1 2017
Xu Chenggang on Chinese Economic Reform: Government Stimulus Cannot Sustain Long-Term Growth
Prof Xu Chenggang dicusses the major challenges of pushing reforms in China.
| Feb. 22 2017
A Progress Report of China’s Third Plenum Reforms
China’s longstanding reform program has failed to keep up with the pace of change in this vast nation. The.
| Mar. 15 2016
Can the Chinese Economy Release its ‘Reform Dividend’?
China’s economic growth has dropped to a 24-year low. There’s not much room for further decline as.
| Nov. 30 2015
Fixing the Chinese Economy Means Short-Term Pain for a Sound Future
The heady days of double-digit economic growth rates are now history in China, and even achieving 7-7.5.
| Nov. 2 2015
Central Planning versus Market Economy: A False Dichotomy
A common view of China’s central planning is that it has failed; since China grew faster when its reforms.
| Oct. 20 2015
The Chinese Economy Adjusts to the New Normal
The Chinese economy is slowing and that has significant ramifications for things like capital and the Renminbi. Is there a.
| Mar. 10 2015
Has the Shanghai Free Trade Zone Lived Up to Its Promise?
A year on from its debut, we examine the hits and the misses of the much-touted Shanghai Free Trade.
| Jan. 20 2015
Busted! China’s Real Estate Bubble and Other China Myths
Carnegie Endowment’s Yukon Huang offers a new perspective and demystifies some popular notions about China, such as fears about.
| Nov. 4 2014
Should the West be Afraid of China’s State Capitalism?
The popular notion is that state-owned enterprises are very powerful in China. To what extent is that true? Are.
| Oct. 15 2014