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301. The China-Myanmar Economic Corridor: Delays Ahead

302. Indian Strategic Influence in Afghanistan: Realist Ends through Social Means

303. China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: Geo-political Implications, Regional Constraints and Benefits of CPEC

304. China’s Territorial Claim at South China Sea: A Strategic Competition with USA and its Implications

305. China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC): A MultiDimensional Plan 2017-2030 and Its Characteristics

306. A Roadmap for Investment Promotion and Export Diversification: The Case for Jordan

307. India’s Great Slowdown: What Happened? What’s the Way Out?

308. The Impact of Intranational Trade Barriers on Exports: Evidence from a Nationwide VAT Rebate Reform in China

309. Quid Pro Quo, Knowledge Spillover and Industrial Upgrading

310. Collective Reputation in Trade: Evidence from the Chinese Dairy Industry

311. Putting Global Governance in its Place

312. How ETFs Amplify the Global Financial Cycle in Emerging Markets

313. A Free Trade Agreement Could Benefit the U.S.-Brazil Trade Relationship

314. Chinese investment in Uganda: new impetus for sustainable development?

315. The Evolution and Current Status of De Facto Stare Decisis in International Trade and Investment Tribunals: How to Understand the Present by Looking into the Past

316. Outcomes and future of the Eastern Partnership: a Ukrainian perspective

317. Ten years of EaP: successes but also new challenges

318. Real integration – impact of the DCFTA on trade between Ukraine and the European Union

319. Eastern Partnership and Moldova: recent trends

320. U.S.-China Rivalry in the Trump Era

321. The Linkage between Foreign Direct Investment and Intra-Regional Trade within ECOWAS

322. Private Standards in the WTO: A Multiple Streams Analysis of Resisting Forces in Multilateral Trade Negotiations

323. From Third World Theory to Belt and Road Initiative: International Aid as a Chinese Foreign Policy Tool

324. Towards a Better Financial System

325. How to think about finance?

326. A World Dividing: The International Implications of the Sino-American Rift

327. Digitization and the Future of Trade A Conversation with Martin Labbé

328. Gossip, Corporate Reputation, and the 1905 Life Insurance Scandal in New York

329. Nestlé’s Corporate Reputation and the Long History of Infant Formula

330. The Birth of the Modern Chinese Banking Industry: Ri Sheng Chang

331. The Hudson's Bay Company: Royal Charters, Rivalries and Luxury Hats in the North American Fur Trade

332. Counting the Cost of Financial Warfare: Recalibrating Sanctions Policy to Preserve U.S. Financial Hegemony

333. China’s Quest for Gas Supply Security: The Global Implications

334. China’s evolving nuclear 
export control regime

335. Averting a Global Calamity? Trump and Xi at the G20

336. East Asia's Decoupling

337. Towards the future in the Three Seas Region

338. Great Britain and the European Union Beyond Brexit

339. Implications of Foreign Direct Investment, Capital Formation and its Structure for Global Value Chains

340. Assessing Global Financial Stability

341. The quest for recognition: Taiwan’s military and trade agreements with Singapore under the one-China policy

342. Quarterly Review of the Georgian Economy ( III Quarter, 2018)

343. Quarterly Review of the Georgian Economy (IV Quarter, 2018)

344. Quarterly Review of the Georgian Economy (I Quarter, 2019)

345. Quarterly Review of the Georgian Economy (II Quarter, 2019)

346. Expo promotes high-quality development

347. More than meets the eye in ROK ceding developing economy status

348. The European Union energy transition: key priorities for the next five years

349. HKS Faculty Research Working Paper Series

350. China in a World of Orders: Rethinking Compliance and Challenge in Beijing's International Relations

351. European Parliament President, Antonio Tajani

352. President Paul Kagame of Rwanda

353. INSTC vs. BRI: The India-China Competition Over the Port of Chabahar and Infrastructure in Asia

354. A State Visit by Kazakhstan’s President Demonstrates China’s Increasing Influence in Central Asia

355. Italy Joins the Belt and Road Initiative: Context, Interests, and Drivers

356. The Belt and Road Initiative Still Afloat in South Asia

357. The Effects of US Sectoral Shocks through the World Input-Output Network

358. Deeper Regional Integration and Global Value Chains

359. New Delhi’s ‘Act East’ and the India-ASEAN Engagement: What They Mean for India-Korea Relations in the Indo-Pacific

360. Myanmar’s Future STC System

361. National Models for Managing Trade of Strategic Goods

362. China’s Digital Silk Road: Strategic Technological Competition and Exporting Political Illiberalism

363. Balancing Strategic Trade Control Implementation with the Broadening Role of Technology and Financial Controls in Foreign Policy

364. The Future of North America’s Economic Relationship: From NAFTA to the New Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement and Beyond

365. Does Canada’s Foreign Trade Policy Give Innovating Canadian Firms a Competitive Edge Internationally?

366. World Trade Organization 2.0: Reforming Multilateral Trade Rules for the Digital Age

367. What Is a Climate Response Measure? Breaking the Trade Taboo in Confronting Climate Change

368. Trump Trade Policy, Exchange Rate Surveillance and the IMF: Back to the Future?

369. CIGI Expert Consultation on WTO Reform

370. The Way Forward for WTO Dispute Settlement after the Eleventh Ministerial Conference

371. Digital Trade at the WTO: The CPTPP and CUSMA Pose Challenges to Canadian Data Regulation

372. Emerging Countries in Global Financial Regulatory Standard Setting: What Is to Be Done?

373. The Global Interplay between Trade, Geopolitical and Commodity Shocks

374. Emerging Countries in Global Financial Standard Setting: Explaining Relative Resilience and Its Implications

375. Capital Controls and International Trade: An Industry Financial Vulnerability Perspective

376. Global Dimensions of US Monetary Policy

377. Measuring the Rise of Economic Nationalism

378. Chinese Investments in the US and EU Are Declining—for Similar Reasons

379. The Rise of Global Innovation by US Multinationals Poses Risks and Opportunities

380. The 2018 US-China Trade Conflict after 40 Years of Special Protection

381. Survival of the International Monetary Fund and Global Economic Cooperation

382. Developing a More Inclusive US Trade Policy at Home and Abroad

383. In Dire Straits? Implications of U.S.-Iran Tensions for the Global Oil Market

384. U.S. Trade Policy in North America, China, and Beyond

385. China’s Race to Global Technology Leadership

386. Public and Opinion Leaders' Views on US-China Trade War

387. Americans Favor US-China Trade, Split Over Tariffs

388. Record Number of Americans Say International Trade Is Good for the US Economy

389. Russia's Central American Engagement

390. The Eastern Mediterranean in the New Era of Major-Power Competition: Prospects for U.S.-Israeli Cooperation

391. Does Participation in Global Value Chains Increase Productivity? An Analysis of Trade in Value Added Data

392. Processing Trade, Trade Liberalisation, and Opening Up China's Miracle of International Trade

393. Globalisation and Economic Development: Malaysia's Experience

394. Economic Consequences of Globalisation: Case Study of Thailand

395. Cross-Border Trade and Corruption along the Haiti-Dominican Republic Border

396. U.S. Foreign Exchange Policy—Currency Provisions and Trade Deals

397. The Impact of Rules of Origin on Supply Chains: USMCA’s Auto Rules as a Case Study

398. Delivering Prosperity in the Indo-Pacific: An Agenda for Australia and the United States

399. U.S. Economic Engagement in Africa: Making Prosper Africa a Reality

400. A Preliminary Assessment of Argentina’s Accession to the OECD