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China Institute Occasional Papers

The China Institute Occasional Paper Series is a quarterly publication focused on contemporary China studies. Each issue features a scholarly essay on topical issues related to China.
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  1. Reform and Risk in the Chinese Financial System [Download]

    Title: Reform and Risk in the Chinese Financial System
    Creator: Kruger, Mark
    Subjects: Monetary policy, Banks and banking
    Date Created: 2013/05
  2. China-Australia Free Trade Agreement: Implications for Canada [Download]

    Title: China-Australia Free Trade Agreement: Implications for Canada
    Creator: Sun, Kerry
    Subjects: China -- Foreign economic relations -- Australia, China -- Commerce -- Australia, Australia -- Foreign economic relations -- China, Australia -- Commerce -- China, Canada -- Foreign economic relations
    Date Created: 2015/03
  3. The Evolution of China’s Energy Institutions : Centralization versus Decentralization [Download]

    Title: The Evolution of China’s Energy Institutions : Centralization versus Decentralization
    Creator: Bao, Yu
    Subjects: History, Energy industries
    Date Created: 2013/02
  4. China Embarks on Major Changes in Science and Technology [Download]

    Title: China Embarks on Major Changes in Science and Technology
    Creator: McCuaig-Johnston, Margaret
    Subjects: Canada -- Foreign economic relations -- China, Technology and state--China, China -- Foreign economic relations -- Canada, Technology and international relations--China
    Date Created: 2015
  5. Foreign Investment in Real Estate in Canada: Key Issues [Download]

    Title: Foreign Investment in Real Estate in Canada: Key Issues
    Creator: Kerry Sun
    Description: In the past several years, the acquisition and ownership of real estate by foreign individuals and businesses has received growing public, political, and media attention in Canada, especially in Vancouver. Driven by concerns about housing affordability, the origins of foreign capital, and various other economic and social considerations, there has been much discussion on the impacts of foreign investment in real estate. Since the end of the 2007-2008 financial crisis, global investment in real estate has increasingly been defined by capital flows from East to West.Investments originating from China are a particularly prominent subject of interest, due partly to perceptions that Chinese investors are involved in a substantial portion of transactions in Canadian real estate markets. Between 2008 and mid-2014, Chinese global outward investment in real estate is estimated to have increased more than 200-fold, reaching a total of US$33.7 billion.
    Subjects: Real Estate, Canada, Foreign Investment, China Institute
    Date Created: 2015