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Shimomuran Economics and The Rise of The Tokyo Consensus By George Tait Edwards
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The Japanese acknowledge that Dr Osamu Shimomura is their most influential post-war economist but his works and his "economic model of Japan" with its key modification of the Keynesian... More > investment-saving equilibrium condition to create an exploding economy, seems to be virtually unknown in the economics departments of Western universities. This book traces the timeline of the development of Investment Credit Creation economics - the economics understanding which has produced explosive economic growth - from its apparent beginning in FDR's USA during 1938-44 through the adoption of almost identical measures in post war Japan, with the active involvement of Dr Osamu Shimomura, and then the transfer of that new system to post-rapprochement China after 1972. In the view of the author, the Tokyo Consensus nations - China, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan - are using and continue to use the mindset of Shimomuran Economics to achieve great economic advantages and the West now needs to learn what part of Asia knows.< Less
N.U.E.C.: A Fuel Growth Model for Shanghai By Lyon Griffith
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Currently, our global economy is fragmented. Both goods and services are physically separated from production and consumption. For example, most online American tax returns are now processed in... More > India. Producers (Indian Software engineers) and consumers (American tax payers) are intimately connected via an economy that stretches thousands of miles. What are the limits to such an economy? As economies continue to separate consumers and producers, each economy requires more and more fuel to continue expanding its economy; thus fuel is the most important asset. In order to play in the global economic game one must have the fuel to connect producers and consumers. The winner of the global economic game is the one with the most fuel.< Less
China’s Strategic Culture: A Perspective for The United States By Colonel Kenneth D. Johnson & Strategic Studies Institute
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For the past 2 decades, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has made great gains in national development and economic growth and now stands as one of the most important states on the world... More > scene. It is extremely important for U.S. policymakers to have a contextual understanding of what shapes Chinese thought and behavior thus driving Chinese political, economic, and military imperatives. With much of the American public accepting the “China Threat” theory, it is critical that the United States recognize the role of strategic culture in shaping China’s domestic and external policies. This paper illustrates the key characteristics of Chinese strategic culture—philosophy, history, and domestic factors that, to a remarkable extent, structure the strategic objectives of China’s formal foreign policy and explain how Chinese strategic interests are defined by modern Chinese pragmatic nationalism, its drive for modernization, and the desire for China to have a more prominent role in the Asian and world communities.< Less
China-Latin America Military Engagement: Good Will, Good Business, and Strategic Position [Enlarged Edition] By R. Evan Ellis et al.
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The reemergence of China on the global stage is arguably one of the most important phenomena of our time. With its sustained high rates of economic growth, the People’s Republic of China (PRC)... More > has dramatically increased trade and investment flows with the rest of the world, including regions such as Latin America, with which it historically has had very little interaction. In many of these countries, the PRC has gone from having an almost negligible economic presence to replacing the United States as the number one or number two trading partner. Moreover, particularly since the end of the global financial crisis, Chinese companies, in coordination with the Chinese government and banks, have begun to make multibillion dollar loans and investments in Latin America, creating a rapidly expanding presence of Chinese companies and workers in the region in such sectors as construction, logistics, manufacturing, telecommunications, and retail.< Less
The Age of Plunder By Ping Chen
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The book is about the 2008 Economics Crisis, its pathogeny, its long-term reverberations and its implications for China’s future. The author indicates this great crisis hasn’t fully... More > subsided and it’s an irredeemable crisis of the “one-legged capitalist” social apparatus. The author predicted and called for a new civilization (following the industrialized civilization) to overcome the prolonged, painful era of decline. A new emancipation movement is needed to break through the vested interests and mainstream values, to foster new cultures, new ways of living and to build a more fair and equitable democratic society with sustainable economic growth. In China’s perspective, the author proposed that China’s party-controlled development model in the past 20 years is in a historical turning point. China has to rebuild a new republic and democratic state with new system, culture and value to achieve sustainable development.< Less
Dragons In The Surf By Michael D Squires
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China and Iran form an unholy alliance to dominate the world. This work of fiction reads like your everyday newspaper. See the future unfold before your eyes, and be afraid, very afraid as you watch... More > your jobs and industries fall under China’s control before the missiles start coming at you……believe it. The next World War has already started and most of you haven’t even noticed.< Less
Dragons In The Surf By Michael D Squires
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China and Iran form an unholy alliance to dominate the world. This work of fiction reads like your everyday newspaper. See the future unfold before your eyes, and be afraid, very afraid as you watch... More > your jobs and industries fall under China’s control before the missiles start coming at you……believe it. The next World War has already started and most of you haven’t even noticed.< Less
Mahai By Maurice Henry
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Futuristic drama set in China with the international oil / energy scene as one of the compelling back drops. As well as unique a sci-fi sub plot regarding undiscovered "humanoids" from the... More > remote Chinese frontier. The present political apparatus is examined, the amazing economic growth in the main cities is cast along with the intricate ambitions of government officials, the protagonist and his corporate / social rivals. There is a creative and realistic storyline regarding 'water men', creatures who live in large, distant lakes.< Less
Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Part I: My World, My Nation By Patri K. Venuvinod
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In recent times, Technology (T), Innovation (I) and Entrepreneurship (E) have become matters of critical importance to the economic and competitve success of nations, firms, and startups. Yet a... More > depressingly large number of people—politicians, bureaucrats, businessmen, engineers, academics—are still locked up in the 'isms' and managerial mindsets of the last century. One reason is the paucity of academic books addressing TIE issues in a manner empathetic to the concerns of developed as well as developing societies. This book is the first part of a new textbook trilogy that seeks to fill this gap. A special feature is the inclusion of comparative insights derived by the author during his academic pursuits in India, the UK, Hong Kong/China, and the USA. Part I (this book) examines TIE interactions from the perspectives of the world and nation-building. Parts II and III will do the same from the perspectives of individual firms and startups respectively.< Less
Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Part I: My World, My Nation By Patri K. Venuvinod
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In recent times, Technology (T), Innovation (I) and Entrepreneurship (E) have become matters of critical importance to the economic and competitve success of nations, firms, and startups. Yet a... More > depressingly large number of people—politicians, bureaucrats, businessmen, engineers, academics—are still locked up in the 'isms' and managerial mindsets of the last century. One reason is the paucity of academic books addressing TIE issues in a manner empathetic to the concerns of developed as well as developing societies. This book is the first part of a new textbook trilogy that seeks to fill this gap. A special feature is the inclusion of comparative insights derived by the author during his academic pursuits in India, the UK, Hong Kong/China, and the USA. Part I (this book) examines TIE interactions from the perspectives of the world and nation-building. Parts II and III will do the same from the perspectives of an individual firm and a startup respectively.< Less

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