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A Selection of Papers on the Belt and Road: Towards Openness, Cooperation, Mutual Benefit and Prosperity
Translated from the Chinese edition
Editor(s)-in-Chief: Jin Bei
Publisher(s): China Academic Journals (CD Edition) Electronic Publishing House Co., Ltd.
ISBN: 978-7-499-00956-1

First Published: 2020.09.17
Discipline(s): Economics & Management
Price: $99 (for individuals) (中国大陆地区个人用户点此直接购买)
 

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  • A Selection of Papers on the Belt and Road: Towards Openness, Cooperation, Mutual Benefit and Prosperity has chosen topics with high attention based on the download indexes of overseas CNKI users, and carefully selected excellent papers from more than 300 bilingual publications related to the theme of the Belt and Road in the Journal Translation Project. With a focus on economics, these papers also cover trade, investment and other aspects. This Chinese-English bilingual e-book with an ISBN will be published and distributed across the world, so as to introduce the achievements of Belt and Road research to the world, promote the international dissemination of China’s academic researches on the Belt and Road and the construction of an international discourse system, and effectively serve the construction of the Belt and Road.

  • Editor-in-Chief: Jin Bei

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1. On the era of economic globalization 3.0: with additional studies on the concept of interconnectivity of the Belt and Road Initiative

China Industrial Economics,Part 1: China's Economy,No. 01

2. The Belt and Road Initiative: regionalism or multilateralism?

World Economics and Politics,Part 1: China's Economy,No. 02

3. Synergizing of development strategies between China and Latin America from the perspective of globalization and the Belt and Road Initiative

Journal of Latin American Studies,Part 1: China's Economy,Vol 39,No. 03

4. Phased aims and characters of the Belt and Road in context of competition between China and the United States

World Economics and Politics,Part 1: China's Economy,No. 04

5. An analysis of corporate social responsibility of central state-owned enterprises under the Belt and Road Initiative: a case study from the perspective of strategic and responsive social responsibility

China Industrial Economics,Part 1: China's Economy,No. 05

6. Study on the opportunities and prospects of Sino-Japanese third-party market cooperation from the perspective of the Belt and Road Initiative

Northeast Asia Forum,Part 1: China's Economy,Vol 28,No. 06

7. Chinese overseas transport investment effect on the countries along the Belt and Road: development effect or debt trap

China Industrial Economics,Part 1: China's Economy,No. 07

8. Integrating the Belt and Road Initiative with UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: connotations, goals and routes

World Economics and Politics,Part 1: China's Economy,No. 08

9. The Belt and Road Initiative and the upgrading of China’s enterprises

China Industrial Economics,Part 1: China's Economy,No. 09

10. Western Balkans: how to coordinate the Belt and Road Initiative with EU’s enlargement plan

International Economic Review,Part 1: China's Economy,No. 10

11. Innovation on the cooperation mode among harbor cities in Beibu Gulf Economic Zone based on the Belt and Road Initiative

Economic Geography,Part 1: China's Economy,Vol 38,No. 11

12. Opening pattern, regional integration, and reshaping economic geography: an analysis of new economic geography based on the Belt and Road Initiative and Yangtze River Economic Belt

Journal of International Trade,Part 1: China's Economy,No. 12

13. Market access strategy of Chinese firms towards the countries along the Belt and Road

China Industrial Economics,Part 1: China's Economy,No. 13

14. China and Japan in the transformation of Asian development cooperation: from the perspective of Japanese ODA and the Belt and Road Initiative of China

Japanese Studies,Part 1: China's Economy,No. 14