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Journal of International Trade
Translated from the Chinese edition
Supervisor(s): Ministry of Education of PRC
Sponsor(s): University of International Business and Economics
CN:11-1692/F

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Current Issue: Issue 06, 2018  

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Journal official website:http://gjmw.cbpt.cnki.net/WKC/WebPublication/index.aspx?mid=gjmw

  • 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 Whal

On the role of soft power in the export of trade in service: based on the perspective of country reputation

LIU Hongduo ;CHEN Xiaoshan ;HU Xiaodan

Journal of International Trade,2018,No. 06

Effect of imports on technological innovation: inhibitory or stimulative

XING Xiaobing ;XU Jiexiang ;WANG Yang

Journal of International Trade,2018,No. 06

Position in global value chain embeddedness and labor income gap: on cross-border and cross-industry downstream degree index

GENG Wei ;HAO Birong

Journal of International Trade,2018,No. 06

On the effect of cultural distance on Chinese OFDI companies’ performance: an empirical analysis based on microeconomic data from listed manufacturing companies

YANG Yong ;LIANG Chen ;HU Yuan

Journal of International Trade,2018,No. 06

Foreign direct investment and “international specialization trap”: on the GVC embeddedness in developing host countries

LI Ping ;JIANG Qiang ;LIN Yang

Journal of International Trade,2018,No. 06

How does division of GVC affect implementation of trade protection barriers: an empirical analysis based on antidumping investigations

PENG Dongdong ;YANG Peixiang

Journal of International Trade,2018,No. 06