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Is Asia Reconnecting?

by Jonathan E. Hillman Center for Strategic & International Studies (November 20, 2017)

The CSIS Reconnecting Asia Project explores the drivers and implications of Asia’s infrastructure push. In this interdisciplinary volume, leading experts from government, academia, and industry answer six...


U.S.-Russia Economic Relations

by Vadim Grishin Center for Strategic & International Studies (November 14, 2017)

This study offers a detailed analysis of U.S.-Russia economic relations, viewed in a broader geopolitical context. It assesses the limits of bilateral cooperation through the economic and political trajectories...


Perfecting China, Inc.

by Scott Kennedy & Christopher K. Johnson Center for Strategic & International Studies (June 08, 2016)

This study examines China’s 13th Five-Year Plan, the most authoritative strategic blueprint for the country’s economic policies under Xi Jinping. The plan seeks to rebalance the economy toward more advanced...


State and Market in Contemporary China

by Scott Kennedy Center for Strategic & International Studies (March 22, 2016)

The short essays in this volume, contributed by leading experts on Chinese economic policy, provide crisp and insightful analyses of the Chinese state's approach toward markets, the role of key actors and institutions,...


Broken Abacus?

by Daniel Rosen & Beibei Bao Center for Strategic & International Studies (August 21, 2015)

Until recently a lack of precision around China’s economic size was taken for granted but caused little lost sleep: room to expand and the pace of growth were self-evident, and everything beyond that was academic...


Navigating Choppy Waters

by Matthew P. Goodman & David A. Parker Center for Strategic & International Studies (April 02, 2015)

China faces increasing economic headwinds that call into question not only its near-term growth outlook but the longer-term sustainability of its economic success. At a time of leadership transition in Beijing,...


Barriers to Bankable Infrastructure: Incentivizing Private Investment to Fill the Global Infrastructure Gap

by Helen Moser & Erin Nealer Center for Strategic & International Studies (March 18, 2016)

This report discusses the estimated $1 trillion annual global infrastructure gap and provides recommendations on how U.S. agencies and multilateral development banks can better incentivize private-sector investment...