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Chu-Yuan Cheng

Recent Research Publications
Cheng, Chu-Yuan., (2007). China's New Development Plan: Strategy, Agenda and prospects. Asian Affairs: An American Review 34 (1): 1-19.

Cheng, Chu-Yuan. (2005). China's Quiet Revolution: Process and Consequence". Journal of National Development Studies, Taipei, Taiwan. Vol. 2, No. 4, 30.

Cheng, Chu-Yuan. (2005). Blueprint for an Ideal Society of Future China: Social, Political, Economic and Cultural Framework. Cross-Straits Monthly, Taipei, Taiwan.

Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2004). "The Originality and Creativity of Sun Yat-sen's Doctrine and Its Influence on China's Modernization," Modern China Semiannually, Shanghai, China. Vol. 1 No. 14, pp. 1-18.

Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2004). "China's Economic Policies after the CCP 16th National Congress: Agenda and Challenges," American Journal of Chinese Studies, New York. Vol. 4 No. 11, pp. 301-316.

Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2004). "Economic Relations Across the Taiwan Straits: Developments in the Past 25 Years and Effects on the Economic Growth of Taiwan and China," Journal of Strategies Studies Quarterly, Taiwan. Vol. 4, No. 30, pp. 279-286.

Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2004). "An Economist's Proposal to Achieve Peaceful Coexistence and Mutual Prosperity between the Two-sides of the Taiwan Straits," China Review Monthly, Hong Kong. Vol. 8, No. 15, -.

Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2004). Development of Contemporary Economic Thought in East and West. Taipei.341 pages.

Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2003). "The Originality and Creativity of Sun Yat-Sen's Doctrine and It's Relevancy to the Contemporary World," in The American Journal of Chinese Studies, (quarterly), N.Y., (pp. 201-214).
Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2003). "The Deep-Seated Crises of the World Economy," in Ming-Pao Monthly, Hong Kong, (pp. 31-37).

Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2003). "Economic Implications of China's Accession to WTO: Opportunity and Challenges," Washington Journal of Modern China, (semi-annually), Washington D. C.

Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2002). "U.S. – China Economic Relations: Recent Development and Future Prospects," in USA Today (monthly), New York City, Vol. 131, No. 2688, pp. 16-17.

Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2002). "The Crisis of American Capitalism: Causes and Prospects," in Ming-Pao (monthly), Hong Kong, Vol. 37, No. 9, pp. 44-46.

Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2002). "Economic Relations Across the Taiwan Straits: New Trend and Outlook," in Journal of Taiwan Studies (quarterly), Beijing China, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 27-36.

Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2001). "Economic Relations Across the Taiwan Straits: Progress, Effects and Prospects," in Change of an Authoritarian Regime: Taiwan in the Post-Martial Law Era, by the Institute of Taiwan History, Academic Sinica, Taiwan, pp. 381-408.

Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2001). "Economic Relations Across the Taiwan Straits: New Trends and Prospects" in Journal of Taiwan Studies (Quarterly), No. 3, published by the Institute of Taiwan Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China, 2001, pp. 18-23.

Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2001). "Economies on the two-sides of the Taiwan Straits: Moving Toward the Formation of a United Entity," in China Review, (monthly), Hong Kong, pp. 22-27.

Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2000). "China's Economic Development since the Asian Financial Crisis" in The American Asian Review (Quarterly), New York City. pp.115-142.

Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2000). "China's Social Transformation and Cultural Changes" in China Review, monthly, Hong Kong, #32, pp. 26-30.

Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2000). "China's Economy: Recent Development and Long-term Prospects," Issues & Studies, Bi-Monthly, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan, pp. 122-157.

Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2000). "Economic Potential and Developmental Strategy for China's Western Region," in Academic Journal of Qinghai Normal University, No. 2, Vol. 6, Xining, Qinghai, China. pp. 114-119.

Cheng, Chu-yuan. (2000). "China's Economic Development Since the Asian Financial Crisis," in The American Asian Review, New York, pp. 114-142.

Work in Progress
China's Rising Economic Power: Potential, Bottlenecks and Impact on World Economy (2005).

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