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China Economic Quarterly
Translated from the Chinese edition
Supervisor(s): Peking University
Sponsor(s): China Center for Economic Research (CCER),Peking University
ISSN:2095-1086 CN:11-6010/F

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  • China Economic Quarterly (CEQ) is one of the leading economic journals in China sponsored by the China Center for Economic Research (CCER), Peking University and published by the Peking University Press. The journal is a publication forum for serious theoretical and empirical research on China’s economic transition to a market economy as well as on general economic issues. It brings the reader with the latest developments of economic research in China. Therefore, it is a must collection for academic libraries and scholars who have an interest in the Chinese economy. From its foundation in 2001 the journal had published 16 volumes. Each volume of the journal contains four issues published quarterly in October, January, April, and July. Each issue contains about 350 pages and is printed elegantly with quality paper. It is in Chinese but English table of contents and abstract for each paper are provided, and all references are translated into English. CEQ has won the award of “China's most influential academic journals” every year since 2013, an honor only given to top five percentile academic journals in China. It is also included in AMI Core journals by the comprehensive evaluation of Chinese Humanities and Sociology since 2015.

  • Editor-in-Chief: Zhu Jiaxiang

What weakens the price competiveness of China’s export? A new method of global value chain industrial-specific real effective exchange rate

NI Hongfu ;GONG Liutang ;XIA Jiechang

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Following comparative advantage: effect of international trade on the Song Dynasty’s commercial revolution

DAI Qian;GAO Yating

China Economic Quarterly,2019,Vol 18,No. 01

Climate change, state capacity, and the rise and fall of dynasties: an empirical study based on Chinese historical experience in the past 2000 years

SUN Chengjiu;ZHANG Qinqin

China Economic Quarterly,2019,Vol 18,No. 01