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Interviews on Current Issues

Lessons from China's Housing Bubble

July 23, 2010

Nicholas R. Lardy explains China's nuanced approach to letting the air out of its housing bubble, providing potential lessons for the United States.


Op-ed: Chinomics: Yes, China Does Need that Infrastructure Op-ed in the Wall Street Journal
June 23, 2010

Policy Brief 10-7: The Sustainability of China's Recovery from the Global Recession [pdf] March 2010


China's Economy Shadows the Obama-Xi Summit September 21, 2015

China Sneezes, Global Markets Get a Cold August 24, 2015

Does China's Currency Decline Portend an Economic Downturn? August 13, 2015

A Growth Slowdown in China? January 20, 2015

A Breakthrough on Trade November 21, 2014

BRICS Summit: New Initiatives but Dubious Clout July 17, 2014

China's Moderate Growth Slowdown April 3, 2014

Lifting Sanctions on Iran November 26, 2013

How Will China Give Markets a "Decisive" Role? November 12, 2013

China's Bid for US Pork: How Big a Concern? July 11, 2013