Reportby Thilo Hanemann, Daniel H. Rosen, and Cassie Gao | November 14, 2016 A new report by RHG and the NCUSCR provides a detailed picture of two-way direct investment flows between the United States and China, past and present.
Noteby Whitney Herndon and John Larsen | November 4, 2016 Low natural gas prices, weak electricity demand growth and the rapid expansion of renewables have reduced power sector CO2 emissions to their lowest level in more than a quarter century. These same factors, however, are now also putting the nation’s largest source of zero-carbon electricity, nuclear ...
Noteby Jacob Funk Kirkegaard | September 8, 2016 Treasury Secretary Jack Lew recently declared victory for the US position in the debate over stimulus versus austerity within the G-20. “Today the G-20 is no longer debating growth versus austerity, but rather how to best employ fiscal policy to support our economies,” he said ...
Reportby Rhodium Group | September 1, 2016 RHG contributes to a pathbreaking study on the economics of a digital divorce, modeling the impact on China from attempting to "nativize" information and communication technology sectors.
Noteby Andrew Coflan | August 25, 2016 Fixed asset investment data imply that the state has undertaken massive stimulus since the beginning of 2016. A closer look at the subcomponents of investment, however, give reason to believe that this may be a statistical or ownership reclassification rather than a sea shift in ...
NoteThilo Hanemann and Cassie Gao | July 22, 2016 China’s global outbound investment has soared in the first half of 2016. The United States continues to be one of the top recipients of Chinese capital, with more than $18 billion of FDI in the first six months of 2016. This threefold increase from the same ...
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