Topic: Impact of trading policies in China on European economy Student’s name Institution In the recent years the world has experienced deepening and widening bilateral relations involving China and the EU. This impact can be attributed to various factors starting with the Republic of China joining the WTO in 2001 whereby China has increased bilateral trade between it and EU cooperation and responsibility opportunities increase in bilateral free trade relations and direct investments with other Asian countries In the last ten years China has been ranked amongst the most developing and influential countries in Union and that of the Republic of China has improved due to well organized and improved trading policies. Additionally if the European countries have to do much than China in terms of trading policies then they have to come up with exceptional measures to carry out trading competitively. Reference European Union Trading Bloc: Motivation for East Asian Countries. (2016). European Journal of Economic Studies.Luo C. and Zhang J. (2010). China Trade Policy Review: A Political Economy Approach. The World Economy 33(11) pp.1390-1413.Mattoo A. and Subramanian A. (2012). China and the World Trading System. The World Economy 35(12) pp.1733-1771. [...]
Case Study Proposal. First task: choose a topic. Choose a topic in which you are interested in. That makes it likely that you’ll put in the effort. Look for issues recently in the news. Don’t just pick one of these suggestions (for illustration only): ¨Should the US renegotiate NAFTA? With what purpose? Is the negotiation likely to be successful? ¨The US recently pulled out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. What were the arguments / advantages / disadvantages of doing so? ¨Should international trade agreements incorporate labor standards? ¨What are the issues concerning the notion of Fair Trade? Note: points will be awarded for originality / interest / relevance of your topic. Second task (really in an interactive way with the first): choose sources for you topic. Good places to look for sources: ¨Peterson Institute for International Economics (piie.com): has Policy Briefs, papers, and books. ¨Google Scholar: scholar.google.com. Enter your issue, and you’ll find a host or articles on it. ¨Reputable economics journals, especially the Journal of Economic Perspectives. Third task: write-up your proposal. ¨Briefly describe the topic. You may even explain why it interests you. ¨Important: list the sources you are proposing to use. This is one of the factors that enables me to give you feedback.