Sino-US Trade War
Economic and Political Studies Special Issue Call for Papers
Deadline: 31st December 2018
Economic and Political Studies (EPS), an ESCI and Scopus listed journal hosted by Renmin University of China and published by Taylor & Francis Group, is calling for papers for a special issue on “Sino-US Trade War”.
After Trump took office in 2017, the US pulled out of the re-negotiation of NAFTA and the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. The year 2018 began with a new series of trade conflicts between the US and its trading partners, especially with China. In the middle of 2018, the US and China have embarked upon a full-scale trade war. The looming trade war between the two countries and other changes in US policy on China may have unexpected impacts on the Sino-US relations. The series of tariffs imposed by the world’s two biggest economies will also affect the global economy. Economic and Political Studies now invites contributions to a new special issue on “Sino-US Trade War”. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Economic costs and benefits of trade war to both the US and China
- Will China become another Japan?
- The real trade deficit of the US against China
- The relationship between the US mid-term election and trade war
- The US negotiation strategy of trade agreements
- Possibility of the escalation from a trade war to a hot war
- Political and economic effects on both domestic and foreign policy
- The effectiveness of trade barriers
- The Future of WTO
The deadline for submission is 31 December 2018.
Papers should be submitted to the Special Issue Editor Terence Tai Leung Chong <firstname.lastname@example.org> and at the same time through the Editorial Manager System. The detailed submission guideline and reference style are available here.
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Special Issue Editor: Tai Leung Chong, Chinese University of Hong Kong (firstname.lastname@example.org)