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Since 2005, China has been accused of causing the trade deficit and manipulating the exchange rate. At the same time, there have been arguments against the RMB appreciation. The reason for this conflict is the lack of quantitative research or elaboration on many extremely important indicators.
To correctly describe the industrial chain and value-added process around the world, it is necessary to identify data by using new methods and separating the processing trade from the non-processing trade based on the Global Trade Analysis Project (GTAP) data. This book establishes a Global Multi-department Computable General Equilibrium (GMCGE) model based on the continuous global input-output database. It focuses on the Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model that constructs a consistent interaction mechanism within the economic system and fully reflects the general equilibrium characteristics and thus tries to avoid the limitations of the partial equilibrium model. It shows how the GMCGE framework can distinguish the processing trade from non-processing trade in the input-output data, and at the same time ensure the endogenous equilibrium of the social accounting matrix (SAM) after distinction.
Overestimated Trade Surplus
On Trade Surplus From Property Rights
Interpreting the Economic Scale of China
Foreign Trade Dependence and Trade Weighted Method
The Standard in Judging the Exchange Rate
Stabilizing the Currency and Manipulating the Exchange Rate
Origin and Development of the High Saving Rate
Computable General Equilibrium Model for Exchange Rate Research
Effect of the Exchange Rate on Employment
The Impact of the Exchange Rate Adjustment on Import and Export
Range and Path of RMB Appreciation
Economic Sanctions and Free Trade
The Debate is Far From Over
Readership: Academics, undergraduate and graduate students, professionals interested in China's economic development, trade surplus and RMB appreciation.