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China's Growing Role in World Trade This PDF is a selection from a published volume from the National Bureau of Economic Research Volume Title: China's Growing Role in World Trade Volume Author/Editor: Robert C. Feenstra and Shang-Jin Wei, editors Volume Publisher: University of Chicago Press Volume ISBN: 0-226-23971-3 Volume URL: Conference Date: August 3-4, 2007 Publication Date: March 2010 Chapter Title: Comment on "China's Exports and Employment" Chapter Author: Michael Dooley Chapter URL: Chapter pages in book: (199 - 201) China’s Exports and Employment 199 tries. NBER Working Paper no. 10331. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research. ———. 2004c. The U.S. current account defi cit and economic development: Col- lateral for a total return swap. NBER Working Paper no. 10727. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research. ———. 2005. International Financial Stability: Asia, Interest Rates, and the Dollar. Deutsche Bank. _update.pdf. Felipe, Jesus, and Rana Hasan. 2006a. The challenge of job creation in Asia. ERD Policy Brief no. 44. Manila, The Philippines: Asian Development Bank. http:// ———. 2006b. Labor markets in a globalizing world. In Labor markets in Asia: Issues and perspectives, ed. Jesus Felipe and Rana Hasan, 63–142. London: Palgrave Macmillan. Hummels, David, Jun Ishii, and Kei- Mu Yi. 2001. The nature and growth of vertical specialization in world trade. Journal of International Economics 54:75–96. Lau, Lawrence J., Xikang Chen, Leonard K. Cheng, K. C. Fung, Yun- Wing Sung, Cuihong Yang, Kunfu Zhu, Zhipeng Tang, and Jiansuo Pei. 2006a. Estimates of U.S.- China trade balances in terms of domestic value added. Stanford Center for International Development Working Paper no. 295. Stanford, CA: Stanford Uni- versity

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