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Journal of International Trade
Translated from the Chinese edition
Supervised by Ministry of Education of PRC
Sponsored by University of International Business and Economics
ISSN 1002-4670 CN 11-1692/F

12 issues per year
Discipline(s): Economics & Finance

Current Issue: Issue 09, 2015  

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  • Journal of International Trade is supervised by Ministry of Education of PRC, and sponsored by University of International Business and Economics. It aims to build up the top one academic journal with an international perspective in the field of economy and trade in China, and to provide services for China’s economic progress and enterprise development. The scope covers East Asia economic cooperation, regional trade, service trade, international investment and transnational operation, and international finance. The journal is included in CSSCI.

  • Editor-in-Chief
    Lin Guijun

    Deputy Editor-in-Chief
    Tang Bi

    Editorial Board
    Anthony Vennables(UK), David Round(Australia), Edmund Phelps(U.S.A.), E. Kwan Choi, Francisco Rivera-Batiz(U.S.A.), Gordon Anderson(Canada), Jagdish N. Bhagwati(U.S.A.), John Whalley(Canada), Jota Ishikawa(Japan), Pervez Ghauri, Robert E. Baldwin(U.S.A.), Wong Kar-yiu(U.S.A.), Jun Jiandong, Feng Zongxian, Ge Ying, Gu Kejian, Han Wen, Hua Ping, Huang Jianzong, Lin Guijun, Lin Yifu, Ma Yue, Pei Changhong, Tang Haiyan, Tang Yihong, Tong Jiadong, Wang Linsheng, Xia Youfu, Xue Rongjiu, Zhang Erzhen, Zhang Honglin, Zhang Zhichao, Zhao Chunming.

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