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Journal & News Articles

Special Reports

 

Books on China

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Modern China: A Very Short Introduction

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China in the 21st Century: What Everyone Needs to Know
An easy read in Q&A format.
Find it @ Stanford

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Mr. China: A Memoir

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How China's Leaders Think: The Inside Story of China's Reform ...
The author interviewed over 100 political and business leaders. Find it @ Stanford

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Postcards from Tomorrow Square: Reports from China

Country Profiles

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Country Statistics

Financial Market

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    For current Stanford community
    World economic data on over 150 countries. U.S. Stock Database and Real Estate database are not included in our subscription.
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    Newspapers, magazines, company financials, and stock quotes.
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    For current Stanford community
    Access in Makena Capital Traders Pit of the Business Library
    Real-time and historical market data, news, technical analysis.
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    For current Stanford community; Access in Makena Capital Traders Pit of the Business Library
    Easy-to-download historical data on stocks, bonds, commodities, and economic indicators.
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