Sup­ported by Chi­nese Fund for the Hu­man­i­ties and So­cial Sci­ences

China Economist - - Contents -

The Chi­nese econ­omy has been grow­ing rapidly for more than two decades and is force­fully chang­ing the global eco­nomic pat­tern.

It seems that the world was ill-pre­pared for such dra­matic changes in China. This has made it even more nec­es­sary for China to un­der­stand it­self and to deepen its knowl­edge of the rest of the world. In turn, the world also needs to bet­ter com­pre­hend China’s back­ground and cur­rent sit­u­a­tion. Thus, it has be­come an in­ter­na­tional trend to study China and to ex­plore the global mean­ing of the China phe­nom­e­non. How­ever, de­spite the fact that learn­ing Chi­nese as a for­eign language is in vogue through­out the world, few for­eign­ers can read Chi­nese ar­ti­cles with­out dif­fi­culty. Chi­naE­conomist , there­fore, comes in handy for our for­eign read­ers as an English pe­ri­od­i­cal that fo­cuses on eco­nom­ics and busi­ness man­age­ment as well as on other fields of so­cial sci­ences in China.

Specif­i­cally, Chi­naE­conomist ’s role is to in­form the world of the lat­est aca­demic progress in Chi­nese eco­nom­ics and busi­ness man­age­ment, to pub­lish orig­i­nal aca­demic pa­pers and re­search re­ports on the Chi­nese econ­omy, and to dis­sem­i­nate China’s ex­pe­ri­ence in eco­nomic de­vel­op­ment and cor­po­rate gover­nance as well as the re­sults of em­pir­i­cal stud­ies in these fields.

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