International Journal of Business

Articles from Vol. 7, No. 3, Summer

Changing Guards and Changing Policies toward China: Taiwanese and American Perspectives
ABSTRACT This paper tries to examine recent changes in political leaderships and subsequent policy shifts toward China in Taiwan and the United States. The primary focus will be on the historic democratic transition and the resulting changes of...
Economic Relationships and Outlook of China, U.S., and Taiwan
ABSTRACT In this paper, we first reviewed the economic development of China and Taiwan, then the economic interrelationship among China, U.S. and Taiwan were discussed in some detail. Then economic outlook of U.S., China, and Taiwan has been explored....
Meet the New China
ABSTRACT The stereotype of a "backward" China is outdated at best. Today, after a record-breaking average of almost 10% annual real growth over the past two decades, China is home to some of the largest consumer markets in the world and to local...
Non-Performing Loan Resolutions in China and Taiwan: A Policy Evaluation
ABSTRACT The soaring non-performing loans have been hampering the recovery of Asian countries from the 1997 crisis. Even after taking drastic policy actions in reducing bad debts, countries in Asia still find it difficult to resolve the problems...
Remarks on the Changing Triangle: The U.S., China, and Taiwan
ABSTRACT The transformation currently underway in China reflects the ongoing working out of two large historical processes--the disposition of the post-1912 Manchu Empire and the creation of a satisfactory social, political, and economic order to...
Taiwan and China Cross-Strait Negotiations: The International Connection
ABSTRACT Cross-strait negotiations involve an often-overlooked international dimension. Since the international arena caters to Beijing's "One China" policy, more and more Taiwanese people will oppose the policy because it diminishes their country's...
The Changing Triangle: U.S., China and Taiwan
INTRODUCTION This volume contains a report on a symposium, "The Changing Triangle: U.S., China and Taiwan" that was held at the University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL) on April 21, 2001. The Center for International Studies and College of Business...
The Three-Way Economic Relationships among U.S., Taiwan, and China
ABSTRACT The study investigates the economic relationships in terms of trade and foreign direct investment among U.S., Taiwan, and China. Our results indicate that their relationships are increasingly linked. JEL: F14, F18, F21 Keywords: Trade;...

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