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Economic and Political Studies is abstracted/ indexed in ESCI, Scopus, CrossREf, Google Scholar, OCLC and RePEc.

With a notable focus on China, Economic and Political Studies aims to disseminate significant theoretical, analytical, and empirical research on political-economic phenomena in China (or relevant to China) that have wider implications for international political economic studies. EPS encourages solid research findings that may pose challenges to and even revise the existing theories and methodologies. It welcomes original research articles that analyse the role of economic and political institutions, and consider China’s interaction with the world.

Economic and Political Studies

Language: en-UK

Publisher: Routledge

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Special IssueDeadlineSpecial Issue Guest Editor(s)
Green Banking and Finance15 May 2020 Steven Ongena, Department of Banking and Finance, University of Zurich
Poverty Alleviation in China after 202031 May 2020Ximing YUE, Professor of Economics, Renmin University of China
Shi LI, Professor of Economics, Zhejiang University
Political Economy of Soft Power1 July 2020 Donald Lien, Richard S. Liu Distinguished Chair in Business, University of Texas at San Antonio
The Renminbi Internationalisation and Financial Centres19 July 2020Iikka Korhonen, Head of Research, The Bank of Finland Institute for Economies in Transition
Yin-Wong Cheung, Chair Professor, Department of Economics and Finance, City University of Hong Kong
Education, Skill Formation and Inequality 1 August 2020Xuezheng Qin and Po Yang (Peking University)
Policies and Reforms of SOEs in China30 September 2020Chi-Chur Chao, Associate Professor, BL Deakin Business School