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Phillip Stalley

Phillip Stalley

Associate Professor and Fulbright Scholarship Program Advisor, DePaul University
Phillip Stalley is an associate professor at DePaul University. He teaches courses on a variety of subjects including Chinese politics, environmental politics, and international relations. Prior to joining DePaul, Phillip was a visiting research fellow at Princeton University in the Princeton-Harvard China and the World program. Professor Stalley also served as a visiting scholar in the environmental economics department at Fudan University in Shanghai. He is a member of the Public Intellectuals Program of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations. Phillip's research focuses primarily on Chinese environmental politics. He is the author of Foreign Firms, Investment, and Environmental Regulation in the People's Republic of China (Stanford University Press, 2010) and his work can be found in academic journals such as The China Quarterly and Journal of Contemporary China. His current research project focuses on China's environmental diplomacy and its approach to international environmental institutions.

China's climate progress may have faltered in 2018, but it seems to be on the right path

Dec 16, 2018 12:52 pm UTC| Insights & Views Nature

Despite clear signs that the need to act on climate change is becoming more urgent, global greenhouse gas emissions are set to rise for the second straight year. China, the worlds second-largest economy and ground zero...

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Economy

MAS likely to adopt further easing to a neutral policy by next policy review in April 2020, says ANZ Research

With the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) expecting growth to improve only modestly in 2020 and core inflation not seeing a pick up, further easing to a neutral policy is possible at the next policy review in April...

U.S. Treasuries recover ahead of September retail sales, FOMC members’ speeches

The U.S. Treasuries recovered during Tuesdays afternoon session amid a muted trading day that witnessed data of little economic significance after returning from a long weekend ahead of the countrys retail sales for the...

UK gilts gain on disappointment in August employment report; September CPI in focus

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German bunds narrowly mixed after October ZEW economic sentiment improves, eurozone September CPI eyed

The German bunds remained narrowly mixed during European session of the second trading day of the week Tuesday after the countrys ZEW economic sentiment index for the month of October, improved, while investors still eye...

China’s CPI-PPI divergence widens to 4.2ppt y/y in September, shows negative correlation after 2016: ANZ Research

The consumer price index (CPI) and the producer price index (PPI) are both important indicators of changes in prices and underlying inflation over time. Since 2016, Chinas CPI and PPI have been negatively correlated since...

Politics

Donald Trump’s alleged habit of ‘unwanted touching’ of women continues just before proposing to Melania Trump

Many people, especially the critics, have been having a hard time believing that the marriage and relationship between Donald Trump and Melania Trump are as good as they say it is. One of the pressing issues anchored to...

Melania Trump reacts to Donald Trump cheating allegations

Donald Trump and Melania Trump have always been in the limelight since they tied the knot. But the status of their marriage has become much more exposed to public speculations once they occupied the White House. Many...

Melania Trump: Is she distancing herself from Donald Trump’s political woes?

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How a 1905 debate about 'tainted' Rockefeller money is a reminder of ethical dilemmas today

Many nonprofits, including top universities and museums are confronting serious ethical dilemmas regarding accepting tainted money. The MIT Media Lab, an interdisciplinary research lab, has been widely criticized for...

Trump's bad Nixon imitation may cost him the presidency

Whatever Donald Trump does, Richard Nixon usually did it first and better. Nixon got a foreign governments help to win a presidential election over 50 years ago. Trumps imitation of the master has proven far from...

Science

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It has been decades since humans started launching missions to space. At this point, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has already sent numerous rovers to Mars to observe the several sections of the...

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NASA asteroid watch confirms 7 more space rocks are approaching Earth this weekend

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Technology

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PES 2020 is a superior version of its 2019 self and has been met with general positivity based on numbers shown by review aggregator site Metacritic. Having said this, the game does have several issues that can easily...
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