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王静

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Works: 1,313 works in 1,732 publications in 3 languages and 3,670 library holdings
Genres: History  Biography  Fiction  Reviews  Book reviews 
Roles: Author, Editor, Translator, Director, Actor, Researcher, Performer, Instrumentalist, Thesis advisor, yan, Narrator, Contributor
Classifications: GN289, 599.938
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Publications about 王静
Publications by 王静
Most widely held works about 王静
 
Most widely held works by 王静
Wu wei de xi wang : chong shen Meiguo meng by Barack Obama( Book )
1 edition published in 2008 in Chinese and held by 51 libraries worldwide
Ben shu kao cha le mei guo jia ting suo mian lin de yue lai yue yan jun de jing ji xing shi,Guo nei jin zhang de zhong zu he zong jiao ju shi,Yi ji lai zi jing wai de kong bu zhu yi dao liu xing bing de guo wai wei xie deng,Biao xian le mei guo ren min ru he chao yue fen qi,Bing jie jue shi ji wen ti de yuan jian
Yi sheng bi du de 60 ben shu by Yubin Zhang( Book )
7 editions published between 2003 and 2005 in Chinese and held by 41 libraries worldwide
Ben shu xuan qu le 60 ben zui you quan wei xing de dai biao zuo,Han gai le wen xue,Zhe xue,Li shi,Jun shi deng ge ge bu tong de ling yu.Mei ben shu fen she"hua wen jing xuan","zuo zhe sheng ping"deng lan mu
The origins of postmodernity by Perry Anderson( Book )
2 editions published in 1999 in Chinese and held by 39 libraries worldwide
"Where does the idea of the postmodern come from? Who first conceived, and who developed it? How have its meanings changed? What purposes do they serve? These are the questions addressed in The Origins of Postmodernity. The answers take us from Lima to Angkor, to Paris and Munich, to China and the stars. At the center of the story is the figure of Fredric Jameson, theorist supreme of postmodernism. What happens to art, time, politics, in the age of the spectacle? What has ended, and what has begun?"--Book cover
Guan chang mi yu by Jing Wang( Book )
5 editions published in 2010 in Chinese and held by 35 libraries worldwide
Ben shu shou lu le< chao yu qi>,< ni bu neng zhei yang bai tui er>,< song chu le hao li>,< bie guan bi er duo> deng duan pian xiao shuo
TOEIC duo yi wen fa ben ling shu : ying yu ren zheng ce yan biao zhun ban by Jing Wang( Book )
4 editions published between 2002 and 2007 in Chinese and held by 34 libraries worldwide
Where have all the intellectuals gone? : confronting 21st century philistinism by Frank Furedi( Book )
2 editions published in 2006 in Chinese and held by 29 libraries worldwide
Disturbed by the profound sense of disorientation that appears to afflict many of our cultural institutions, universities and schools, the author was prompted to write this book as he thinks the public deserves a high quality of debate and, as an audience with infinite potential, should command far greater respect
The crustal structure and geodynamics of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea derived from geophysical studies by Jing Wang( Archival Material )
5 editions published in 1995 in English and German and held by 28 libraries worldwide
Children of Prometheus : the accelerating pace of human evolution by Christopher Wills( Book )
1 edition published in 1999 in Chinese and held by 27 libraries worldwide
"Are we still evolving? Or has our mastery of the environment stopped natural selection in its tracks? In Children of Prometheus, biologist Christopher Wills gives a surprising answer: that the evolution of Homo sapiens is actually accelerating. To make this controversial case, Wills takes us to the far reaches of the planet. To the Tibetan plateau, where the severe climate has prompted rapid, short-term evolutionary change. To Africa, where human-caused ecological upheaval continues to spawn ever more virulent strains of infectious diseases - diseases which in turn affect the evolutionary course of their hosts. To the hushed corridors of Whitehall, where job stress is taking some British civil servants to an early death. In each of these cases - and in the many others that Wills examines - our power over nature has done nothing to halt evolution's unrelenting march." "Spurred by a rapidly changing environment, and acting on our ever-expanding gene pool, natural selection will likely take us even deeper into uncharted territory. And Wills offers an exciting glimpse into this fascinating and frenetic future. What will become of our species as more and more of us wire our brains into vast electronic webs? Or pop "smart drugs" that alter the brain's very biochemical structure? Or adapt to bizarre conditions on extrasolar planets?"--Jacket
Ping wei qing qing cha xiang by Jing Wang( Book )
3 editions published in 2003 in Chinese and held by 27 libraries worldwide
Ben shu yi tu wen bing mao de xing shi jie shao zhong guo cha wen hua,Cong cha de li shi shuo qi,Jiang shu cha de pin zhong,Cha ju de xuan yong,Ji lü cha,Hong cha,Wu long cha,Hua cha deng de bao jian gong neng,Cha dian cha shan deng
Setting the people free : the story of democracy by John Dunn( Book )
3 editions published in 2008 in Chinese and held by 26 libraries worldwide
"Setting the People Free shows how the word 'democracy' has won this extraordinary eminence, and what that ambivalent victory means. It traces democracy's course from improvised remedy for local Greek difficulties over two thousand years ago, through centuries of near-extinction, to political rebirth late in the eighteenth century, and on to overwhelming triumph since 1945. Throughout this astonishing story John Dunn shows consistently how weak the ties are between the word itself and the many different ideas it has come to evoke. He shows why it has inspired so many, from Periclean Athens until today, but why none of the ideas which claim its mantle deserve the trust they demand in democracy's name."--BOOK JACKET
Ao mi bi shou : hei an yuan su san bu qu di er bu by Jingwei Wang( Book )
1 edition published in 2002 in Chinese and held by 25 libraries worldwide
Chinese insider trading law from comparative point of view mission impossible? by Jing Wang( Archival Material )
2 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 24 libraries worldwide
Zhongguo she hui diao cha shi = Zhongguo shehui diaochashi by Weida Fan( Book )
2 editions published in 2008 in Chinese and held by 24 libraries worldwide
Ben shu yi"wei shen me shu xie zhong guo she hui diao cha shi"wei qi dian,Zhan kai ji ben gai nian yu shu xie fang fa de li lun jie ding,Kao cha fa xian she hui shi shi,Jie jue she hui wen ti deng yi xi lie xing wei zai zhong hua wen ming zhong de li shi
Guan fang nü ren = Guanfangnvren by jing Yu( Book )
2 editions published in 2010 in Chinese and held by 23 libraries worldwide
Shanghai yin hang gong hui yan jiu, 1927-1937 by Jing Wang( Book )
2 editions published in 2009 in Chinese and held by 21 libraries worldwide
Ben shu shu li chu 1927 nian zhi 1937 nian qi jian shang hai yin xing gong hui de zu zhi yan ge,Ti zhi yu ren shi bian hua deng fang mian de mai luo,Jin er yan jiu le yin xing gong hui zai tuan jie he fu wu tong ye,Cheng li jin rong fu zhu he zhong jie ji gou,Yin ling tong ye wei chi he gui fan shi chang yun zuo,Ying dui jin rong wei ji deng fang mian suo fa hui de wu ke ti dai de zuo yong,Yi ji zai nei zhai deng wen ti shang yu guo min zheng fu zhi jian de he zuo yu chong tu
The trade performance of Asian economies during and following the 2008 financial crisis by Jing Wang( Book )
7 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 9 libraries worldwide
Abstract: This paper documents and compares the trade performance of the major Asian economies both during and following the 2008 financial crisis. We consider China, India, Thailand, Malaysia, South Korea, Japan, Singapore and Chinese Taiwan. We access separate country data files giving monthly trade performance for both the import and export sides throughout the crisis. We use these to compare the size, speed and acceleration of trade compression with the onset of the crisis, and the reverse effects on recovery. We do this in aggregate and by product and bilateral trading partner. The data reported show considerable diversity of country experience. Among manufacture exporters China has seen a major decline in trade with a slow recovery, whereas Korea experienced smaller initial impact but a quick rebound. Import impacts are mildest for India and commodity exporters including Malaysia. On the import side, the falls in world oil prices impact sharply on import values. We also compare trade impacts in the 2008 financial crisis with those in the 1930s and the Asian financial crisis. In the 1930s percentage impacts on trade in the first year were similar, but of much longer duration, reducing trade volumes in the US by nearly 80% by 1933, and placing Germany close to autarchy. In the 1998 Asian crisis trade impacts were much smaller since export markets in the OECD were not affected, but negative growth impacts on affected countries were greater
The contribution of China, India and Brazil to narrowing North-South differences in GDP/capita, world trade shares, and market capitalization by Jing Wang( Book )
5 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 7 libraries worldwide
This paper focuses on the contribution to recent narrowing of the gap between Northern and Southern economies in GDP/capita, shares in world trade and market capitalization attributable both jointly and single to China, India, and Brazil (the three currently largest rapidly growing Southern economies). We report North?South differences in GDP/capita which (depending slightly on definition of North and South, as well as price deflators used) fall from 22 to 15.9 in constant USD between 1990 and 2009, changing Northern and Southern shares in world trade which fall for the North from 82.3% to 64.4% and rise for the South from 17.7% to 35.6%, and a changing North?South gap in stock market capitalizations from 27.6 to 3.3 over the same time. In contrast the North?China gap falls from 57.2 to 13.1 between 1990 and 2009, and India from 70.4 to 38.1 using market exchange rates and from 23.4 to 5.5 for China and from 20.7 to 11.4 for India using PPP rates. We calculate the portions of North?South gap change after 1990 which is accounted for by growth individually and jointly of China, India, and Brazil. Our calculations show that the majority of the change occurs from growth in these three economies, and the most from China. We suggest that the conventional view of a North?South bipolar world may need recasting into a tripolar world of the North, the Large South, and the rest of the South. In this, world manufacturing activity, trade, and even more rapidly, market capitalization are gravitating towards the Large Three, with a narrowing South?Large Three gap as well as a shrinking North?Large Three gap -- National Bureau of Economic Research web site
China's Regional and Bilateral Trade Agreements by Chunding Li( Book )
4 editions published in 2014 in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
China has been increasingly active on the regional trade agreement front over since WTO Accession occurred in 2001. These agreements, unlike the US and EU cases, follow no template form of agreement but vary substantially one among the others and are in part an attempt to customize agreements to partner prior agreements. There are presently 12 concluded agreements, 6 under negotiation, and four others under consideration. These concluded are in the main with smaller countries. Those in prospect are with major trading areas (US, Japan, Korea, and India). All are driven in part by China's needs for export access to fuel continuing export lead growth, but other elements enter including using regional agreements to offset unwelcome elements of multilateral arrangements (such as the non-market economy labelling), and attempting to put in place via RTA building blocks an Asian trading hub. Outstanding issues not centrally addressed by these agreements include anti-dumping duties, and investment and competition issues
Numerical General Equilibrium Analysis of China's Impacts from Possible Mega Trade Deals by Chunding Li( Book )
4 editions published in 2014 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
This paper explores the potential impacts on both China and other major countries of possible mega trade deals. These include the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), and various blocked deals. We use a numerical 13-country global general equilibrium model with trade costs to investigate both tariff and non-tariff effects, and include inside money to endogenously determine imports on the trade imbalance. Trade costs are calculated using a method based on gravity equations. Simulation results reveal that all FTA participation countries will gain but all FTA non-participation countries will lose. If non-tariff barriers are reduced more, the impacts will be larger. All effects to China on welfare, trade, export and import are positive. Comparatively China-TPP and RCEP will yield the highest welfare outcomes for the US in our model, China-Japan-Korea FTA will generate the second highest welfare outcome, and China-US FTA will generate the third highest welfare outcome. For the US, China-TPP FTA will generate the highest welfare outcome. For the EU, all China involved mega deals have negative impacts except China-US FTA. For Japan, RCEP will generate the highest welfare outcome. For both Korea and India, RCEP will generate the highest welfare outcome
Chen huo zhe, qu lü xing = Life is to go the distance by Jing Wang( Book )
1 edition published in 2013 in Chinese and held by 1 library worldwide
 
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