Readership: Primary audience: Trade Policymakers in the USITC,
USTR, EU, Australia, etc. ; Decision makers and Analysts on Trade at NGOs such as the WTO, ASEAN, IMF, World Bank; Academics in International Business, Political Economy, Economic Sociology, International Business Strategy and Chinese Studies. The book will also interest (and has already received interest) from industry analysts in Steel, Glass, Paper and Auto Parts because of the way in which the calculations of subsidies was done. Institutional suspicion of Chinese reported data on firms has increased, incouding from the SEC. Additionally manufacturing oriented business associations and organizations, particularly those comprised of small and medium sized manufacturers, have shown an
interest in the book and its findings.
Usha C.V. Haley, Asia Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and George T. Haley, Professor of Marketing & International Business, University of New Haven
UH: Asia Fellow, Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Harvard Kennedy School of Government and Research Associate, Economic Policy Institute in Washington, DCGH: Professor of Marketing & International Business, Director of Center for International Industry Competitiveness, University of New Haven
"A provocative new book* by Usha and George Haley, of West Virginia University and the University of New Haven respectively, points to another reason for China's industrial dominance: subsidies." - The Economist
Preface: Contributions, Chapter Outlines, Acknowledgements
Chapter 1. The Hidden Advantage of Chinese Subsidies
Chapter 2. Measuring Subsidies to Chinese Industry
Chapter 3. Steely Commitment: Subsidies to China's Steel Industry
Chapter 4. Through the Looking Glass: Subsidies to China's Glass Industry
Chapter 5. No Paper Tiger: Subsidies to China's Paper Industry
Chapter 6. Pedal to the Metal: Subsidies to China's Auto-Parts Industry
Chapter 7. Subsidies, Business Strategy and Trade Policy
Appendix Four letters: 3 from US Congress and one from the US White House.