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  • Influence
How culture influences foreign trade: evidence from the U.S. and China
  • R. Guo
  • Economics
  • 1 December 2004
Abstract Using a gravity model of trade and the U.S. and Chinese panel data, I present evidence that supports the views that linguistic links have become more important in foreign trade thanExpand
An Introduction to the Chinese Economy: The Driving Forces Behind Modern Day China
  • R. Guo
  • Political Science
  • 24 August 2010
List of figures. List of tables. List of abbreviations. Acknowledgments. Notes from the author. Chapter 1: A brief history of China. The origins of the nation. Rise and fall of the empire. China inExpand
Border-Regional Economics
Regional economics, which is defined as a subject to explain the location of production and population within a national economy1, experienced an exultant prosperity in both theory and practice alongExpand
Employment and Wages
The ratio of employees to rooms for the industry is about 7 employees to 10 rooms (.72 employees per room). This ratio is lowest for the small establishments with 5 to 10 rooms that employ .42Expand
Concepts and Facts
As well as describing the content of libraries, museums, moral and religious codes of conduct, the word ‘culture’ is commonly used to describe social life. As such, ‘culture’ is the living sum ofExpand
How the Chinese Economy Works
List of Boxes List of Figures List of Tables List of Abbreviations Foreword Preface Key Terms Map PART I: A BRIEF HISTORY OF CHINA The Origins of the Nation Rise and Fall of the Empire China in theExpand
How the Chinese Economy Works: A Multiregional Overview
  • R. Guo
  • Economics
  • 14 December 1998
List of Tables and Figures - Preface - Abbreviations - Notes from the Author - Introduction - The Spatial Division of the Chinese Economy - China's Economic Resource Base - The Economic Systems inExpand
Multicultural China: A Brief View
Throughout history, race, language and religion have divided China as much as physical terrain, political fiat and conquest. However, it is always a politically sensitive issue to identify thoseExpand