* 4 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (4) Topics China (4) International Trade (4) USA (4) Europe (3) Foreign Direct Investments (2) Digitalization (1) Germany (1) Globalization (1) Growth (1) Innovation (1) Publicationtype Brief (4) Policy Article (4) Research Forecasting Center (4) Special Topics (4) Global Division of Labor (1) Kiel Center of Excellence for Economic Research on China (1) Experts Gabriel Felbermayr (3) Sonali Chowdhry (2) Christoph Trebesch (1) Dirk Dohse (1) Holger Görg (1) Rolf J. Langhammer (1) Stefan Kooths (1) Wan-Hsin Liu (1) Wolfgang Lechthaler (1) Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Topics: China Topics: International Trade Publicationtype: Brief Research: Forecasting Center Research: Special Topics Remove all filters Policy Article China between External Pressure and Domestic Policy Reforms: In Search of a Balance 31.08.2018 Kiel Policy Brief No. 117: The authors reveal that on the one hand China alleviates inward FDI with a clear focus on promoting “quality” FDI with potential positive impacts also on local firms without direct investment relationships with... Policy Article Time for a new Industrial Policy? (in German) 05.03.2019 Kiel Policy Brief No. 122: In their paper, the authors warn of a new trend towards autarky under the catchword of "technology sovereignty", which jeopardizes the benefits of globalization. Policy Article The US–China Trade Deal: How the EU and WTO lose from managed trade 23.01.2020 Kiel Policy Brief No. 132: The authors analyze the economic consequences of the Economic and Trade Agreement (ETA) between China and the USA, also referred to as the Phase-I Deal, which was signed on January 15, 2020. Policy Article The US–China trade deal and its impact on China’s key trading partners 12.02.2020 Kiel Policy Brief No. 134: The US–China Economic and Trade Agreement (ETA) entered into force on 14th February 2020, marking a new phase in their protracted trade and geopolitical rivalry.