LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

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1. "The demand for automobiles in the United States," Econometrica, 24 (July 1956), p. 342.

2. Demand for Automobiles in the United States: A Study in Consumer Durables. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company, 1957; Spanish translation, 1965.

3. Review of A. M. Tuttle, "Elementary Business and Economic Statistics," The Journal of Business, 30 (October 1957), pp. 286-287.

4. "The Formation of Stock Prices," Econometrica, 26 (October 1958), pp. 604-605

5. Statement of Gregory Chow, in Administered Prices: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate Eighty-Fifth Congress, Second Session. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1958, pp. 3167-3195.

6. "Review of J. Morice, La demande d'automobiles en France," Econometrica, 27 (July 1959), pp. 528-530.

7. "The selection of variates for use in prediction: A Generalization of Hotelling's Solution." Presented at the Econometric Society Meetings in Washington, DC, December 1959. In L. Klein, M. Nerlove, and S. C. Tsiang, eds., Quantitative Economics and Development. New York: Academic Press, 1980, pp. 105-114.

8. "Statistical Demand Functions for Automobiles and their use for Forecasting," in A. C. Harberger, The Demand for Durable Goods. Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press, 1960, pp. 147-178.

9. "Tests of Equality between sets of coefficients in two linear regressions," Econometrica, 28 (July 1960), pp. 591-605.

10. "Review of William Warntz, Toward a geography of price," Journal of the American Statistical Association, 56 (March 1961), pp. 209-210.

11. "A comparison of alternative estimators for simultaneous equations," Econometrica, 32 (October 1964), pp. 532-553.

12. "Review of A. D. Bains, The growth of television ownership in the United Kingdom, Econometrica, 33 (July 1965), pp. 657-659.

13. "On the long-run and short-run demand for money," The Journal of Political Economy, 74 (April 1966), pp. 111-131.

14. "A theorem on least squares and vector correlation in multivariate linear regression,' The Journal of the American Statistical Association, 61 (June 1966), pp. 413-414.

15. "An alternative proof of Hannan's theorem in canonical correlation and multiple equation systems," Econometrica, 35 (1967), pp. 139-142.

16. "Review of D. S. Huang, A microanalytic model of automobile purchase," Econometrica, 35 (January 1967), pp. 164-165.

17. "Multiplier, accelerator, and liquidity preference in the determination of national income in the United States," The Review of Economics and Statistics, (February 1967), XLIV pp. 1-15. Also in M. G. Mueller, ed., Readings in Macroeconomics. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1971, pp. 411-429.

18. "Technological change and the demand for computers," American Economic Review, L VII (December 1967), pp. 1118-1130.

19. "Two methods of computing full-information maximum likelihood estimates in simultaneous stochastic equations," International Economic Review, 9 (February 1968), pp. 100-112.

20. "The acceleration principle and the nature of business cycles," Quarterly Journal of Economics, LXXXII (August 1968), pp. 403-418.

21. "Long-run and short-run demand for money: Reply and further note," Journal of Political Economy, 76 (November/December 1968), pp. 1240-1243.

22. Statement of G. C. Chow. Compendium on Monetary Policy Guidelines and Federal Reserve Structure: Pursuant to H.R. Il. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, December 1968, pp. 106-109.

23. "Review of Gerhard Tintner, Methodology of Mathematical Economics and
Econometrics," ZentralblattfiirMathematik, 164, S.1-3000 (May 1969), p. 203.

24. "Spectrial properties of non-stationary systems of linear stochastic difference equations" (co-authored with R. E. Levitan), Journal of the American Statistical Association, 64 (June 1969), pp. 581-590.

25. "Nature of business cycles implicit in a linear economic model" (co-authored with R. E. Levitan), Quarterly Journal of Economics, LXXXllI (August 1969), pp. 504-517.

26. "Note on the estimation of long-run relationships in stock adjustment models," Journal of Political Economy, 77 (November/December 1969), pp. 932-936.

27. "Friedman on money: A review article," Journal of Finance, 25 (June 1970), pp. 687-689.

28. "Optimal stochastic control of linear economic systems," Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 2 (1970), pp. 291-302.

29. "Review of L. R. Klein, M. K. Evans and M. Hartley, Econometric Gaming: A Kit for
Computer Analysis of Macroeconomic Models," Econometrica, 39 (September 1971), pp. 868.

30. "Best linear unbiased interpolation, distribution, and extrapolation of time series by related series" (co-authored with An-loh Lin), Review of Economics and Statistics, LIII (November 1971), pp. 372-375.

31. "An econometric model of business cycles" (co-authored with G. H. Moore), IBM Research Center, January 1969. Also in B. G. Hickman, ed., Econometric Models of Cyclical Behavior. New York: Columbia University Press, Vol. 2, 1972, pp. 739-812.

32. "Optimal control of linear econometric systems with finite time horizon," International Economic Review, 13 (February 1972), pp. 16-25.

33. "Review of Aaron Strauss, An Introduction to Optimal Control Theory," Econometrica, 40 (March 1972), pp. 408-409.

34. "Optimal control program: User's guide" (co-authored with D. R. Chapman), Princeton University, Econometric Research Program, Research Memorandum No. 141, May 1972.

35. "Review of Phoebus Dhrymes, Econometrics: Statistical Foundations and Applications," Econometrica, 40 (July 1972), pp. 786-787.

36. "How much could be gained by optimal stochastic control policies," Annals of Economic and Social Measurement, 1 (October 1972), pp. 391-406.

37. "Introduction to stochastic control theory and economic systems" (co-authored withMichael Athans), Annals of Economic and Social Measurement, 1
(October 1972), pp.375-383.

38. "Multiperiod predictions from stochastic difference equations by Bayesian methods," Econometrica, 41 (January), pp. 109-118. Also in Fienberg and
Zellner, eds., Studies in Bayesian Econometrics and Statistics. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company, 1975), pp. 313-324.

39. "Maximum likelihood estimation of linear equation systems with autoregressive residuals" (co-authored with R. C. Fair), Annals of Economic and Social Measurement, 4 (January 1975), pp. 17-28.

40. "Effects of uncertainty on optimal control policies," International Economic Review, 4 (October 1973), pp. 631-644.

41. "Problems of economic policy from the viewpoint of optimal control," American Economic Review, LXII (December 1973), pp. 825-837.

42. "On the computation of full-information maximum likelihood estimates for nonlinear equations systems," Review of Economics and Statistics, LV (February 1973).

43. "Introduction to Selected Papers from the Second NBER Stochastic Control Conference" (co-authored with Michael Athans), Annals of Economic and Social Measurement, 3 (1974), pp. 1-9.

44. Report on a Joint Study and Discussion of the Future Fiscal and Economic Policies of Taiwan. Jointly prepared and submitted by six academicians of Academia Sinica and The Central Bank, Republic of China, August 1974.

45. "A family of estimators for simultaneous equation systems," International Economic Review, 15 (October 1974), pp. 654-666.

46. "Review of R. S. Pindyck, Optimal Planning for Economic Stabilization: The Application of Control Theory to Stabilization Policy," Journal of Econometrics,
2 (1974), pp. 195-198.

47. "Identification and estimation in econometric systems: A survey," IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, AC-19 (December 1974), pp. 855-862.

48. Analysis and Control of Dynamic Economic Systems. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., February 1975. Beijing: Friendship Publishing Corporation, edition in Chinese, 1984.

49. "Introduction to stochastic control applications," Annals of Economic and Social Measurement, 4 (April 1975), pp. 207-214.

50. "A solution to optimal control of linear systems with unknown parameters," Review of Economics and Statistics, 57 (August 1975), pp. 338-345.

51. "Introduction to Selected Papers from the Third NBER Stochastic Control Conference," Princeton University, Econometric Research Program, Research Memorandum No. 172, February 1975.

52. "Review of K. P. Vishwakarma, Macro-Economic Regulation," IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, AC-20 (October 1975), pp. 721-722.

53. "Review of R. P. Smith, Consumer Demand for Cars in the USA, " Journal of Economic Literature, 14 (March 1976), pp. 114-115.

54. "A note on the derivation of Theil's BLUS residuals," Econometrica, 44 (May 1976), pp. 609-610.

55. "Control methods for macro-economic policy analysis," American Economic Review, 66 (May 1976), pp. 340-345.

56. "The control of nonlinear econometric systems with unknown parameters,' Econometrica, 44 (July 1976), pp. 609-610.

57. "Best linear unbiased estimation of missing observations in an economic time series" (co-authored with An-loh Lin), Journal of the American Statistical Association, 7 (September 1976), pp. 719-721.

58. "An approach to the feedback control of nonlinear econometric systems," Annals of Economic and Social Measurement, 5 (Summer 1976), pp. 297-309.

59. "Discussion of population and economic development in Taiwan," Conference on Population and Economic Development in Taiwan. Republic of China: The Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica, 1976, pp. 555-556, 651-654, and 675-677.

60. "Review of G. Fromm and L. R. Klein, eds., The Brookings Model: Perspective and Recent Developments,"Journal of the American Statistical Association, 71 (September 1976), p. 771

61. "Evaluation of macroeconomic policies by stochastic control techniques," International Economic Review, 19 (June 1978), pp. 311-319.

62. "Effective use of econometric models in macroeconomic policy formulation," in S. Holly, B. Rustem, and M. Zarrop, eds., Optimal Control for Econometric Models, Chapter 2, pp. 31-39. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1979.

63. "Optimal control of nonlinear systems program: User's guide" (co-authored with E. H. Butters), in G. C. Chow, Econometric Analysis by Control Methods, chapter 5, pp. 57-84. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1981.

64. "Comparison of econometric models by optimal control techniques," in J. Kmenta and J. Ramsey, eds., Evaluation of Econometric Models (New York: Academic Press, 1980), pp. 229-243.

65. "Usefulness of imperfect models for the formulation of stabilization policies," Annals o Economic and Social Measurement, 6 (Spring 1.977), pp. 175-188.

66. "Review of M. Aoki, Optimal Control and System Theory in Dynamic Economic Analysis," Journal ofEconometrics, 6 (1977), pp. 143-144.

67. "A reformulation of simultaneous equations models for markets in disequilibrium," Princeton University, Econometric Research Program, Research Memorandum No. 213, August 1977.

68. "Regression with one-sided errors in the dependent variable," Princeton University, Econometric Research Program, Research Memorandum No. 214, August 1977.

69. "The computer and economics," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 121 (September 1977), pp. 350-354.

70. "Comment on 'A time series analysis of seasonality in econometric models' by Charles Plosser," in Arnold Zellner, ed., Seasonal Analysis of Econometric Time Series (Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, December 1978), pp. 398-401.

71. "Optimal control of stochastic differential equation systems," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 1 (May 1979), pp. 143-175.

72. "The control of large-scale nonlinear econometric systems" (co-authored with S. Bernstein-Megdal), IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, AC-23 (April 1978), pp. 344-349.

73. "Econometric policy evaluation and optimization under rational expectations," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 2 (February 1980), pp. 47-59.

74. "An econometric definition of the inflation-unemployment trade-off' co-authored with S. Bernstein-Megdal), American Economic Review, 68 (June 1978), pp. 446-453

75. "Are econometric models useful for forecasting?" Journal of Business, 51 (October 1978), pp. 565-568.

76. "Evaluation of econometric models by decomposition and aggregation," in J. Kmenta and J. Ramsey, eds., Large-Scale Macro-Economic Models: Theory and Practice (Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company, 1981), pp. 423-444.

77. "The estimation of total investable resources," Princeton University, Econometric Research Program, Research Memorandum No. 236, October 1978.

78. Economic planning and efficient utilization of resources, co-authored in Chinese with S. C. Tsiang, M. H. Hsing, John Fei, and Anthony Koo. Taiwan: Economic Planning Council, July 1978.

79. "Selection of econometric models by the information criterion," in G. E. Charatsis, ed., Proceedings of the Econometric Society European Meeting 1979
(Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company, 1981), pp. 199-214.

80. "Review of Practical Experiences with Modelling and Forecasting Time Series by Gwilym M. Jenkins," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 2 (June 1980), pp. 209-212.

81. "On the control of structural models: Comment," Journal ofEconometrics, 15 (1981), pp. 25-28.

82. Econometric Analysis by Control Methods. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1981. Beijing: Friendship Publishing Corporation, 1985 (in Chinese).

83. "A comparison of the information and posterior probability criteria for model selection," Journal ofEconometrics, 16 (1981), pp. 21-33.

84. "Estimation of rational expectations models," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 2 (August 1980), pp. 241-255.

85. "Estimation and optimal control of econometric models under rational expectations," in R. Lucas and T. Sargent, eds., Rational Expectations and Econometric Practice, (1980) Vol. 2, Chapter 34, pp. 681-689. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

86. "The economy of the People's Republic of China: Past performance and future prospects," Princeton University, Econometric Research Program, Research Memorandum No. 257, December 1979.

87. "Comments on four papers concerning the factors affecting the changes in income distribution in Taiwan" (in Chinese), Proceedings of the Conference on Income Distribution in Taiwan (Taipei: The Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica, 1979), pp. 593-595

88. "Ten economic problems facing the People's Republic of China" (in Chinese), China Times (Taipei, Taiwan, 4 February 1980), p. 2.

89. "Estimation and control of rational expectations models," American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, 71 (May 1981), pp. 211-216

90. "Has government policy contributed to economic instability? (co-authored with S. Heller), in G. C. Chow, Econometric Analysis by Control Methods, chapter 9, pp. 131-148. (New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1981).

91. "Econometric analysis of Soviet economic planning by optimal control" (co-authored with D. W. Green), in G. C. Chow, Econometric Analysis by Control Methods, chapter 13, pp. 177-206. (New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1981).

92. "On the efficiency of enterprises and the price mechanism" (in Chinese), Economic Research (People's Republic of China).

93. "Review of Pan-tai Liu, ed., Dynamic Optimization and Mathematical Economics, " Optimal Control Applications and Methods, 2 (1981), pp. 204-205.

94. "Estimation and optimal control of models of dynamic games," in M. Deistler, E. Fdrst, and G. Schwodiauer, eds., Games, Economic Dynamics, and Time Series Analysis, pp. 279-290. (Wien Wurzburg: Physica Verlag, 1982

95. "Outline of an econometric model for Chinese economic planning," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 4 (1982), pp. 171-190.

96. "Analyzing econometric models by control methods," in G. Chow and P. Corsi, eds., Evaluating the Reliability ofMacro-Economic Models, chapter 9, pp. 149-162. (London: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 1982

97. "Random and changing coefficients models," chapter 21 in Z. Griliches and M. Intriligator, eds., Handbook of Econometrics, Volume II (Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company BV, 1984), pp. 1213-1245

98."Solution and estimation of simultaneous equations under rational expectations,"
Princeton University, Econometric Research Program, Research Memorandum No. 291, October 1981.

99. "Report of the Committee on U.S.-China Exchanges in Economics," American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, 72 (May 1982), p. 429

100. Note on maximum-likelihood estimation of misspecified models," Economic Modelling, 1 (April 1984), pp. 134-138

101. "Report of the Committee on U.S.-China Exchanges in Economics," American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, 74 (May 1983), p.417

102. Econometrics. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1983. Beijing: Friendship Publishing Corporation, 1985 (in Chinese).

103.A model of Chinese national income determination," Journal of Political Economy, 93 (August 1985), pp. 782-792

104. The Chinese Economy. New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc., 1985; Singapore: World Scientific. Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., 1987. Tianjin: Nankai University Press, 1985 (in

105. "Chinese statistics," The American Statistician, 40 (August 1986), pp. 191-196

106. "Report of the Committee on U.S.-China Exchanges," American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, 73 (May 1984), pp. 464-465.

107. "On two methods for solving and estimating linear simultaneous equations under rational expectations" (co-authored with Philip J. Reny), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 9 (1985), pp. 63-75.

108. "Economic research in China," Princeton University, mimeo, December 1984.

109. "Report of the Committee on U.S.-China Exchanges," American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, 74 (May 1985), p. 454.

110. "Chinese economic reform: Some proposals," Princeton University, mimeo, November 1985. Published in Chinese in Economic Reporter, No. 6, 2
February 1986, p. 507

111. "Development of control theory in macroeconomics," chapter 1, pp. 3-20, in C. Carraro and D. Sartore, eds., Development of Control Theory for Economic Analysis (Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1987).

112. "Hypothesis testing," in J. Eatwell, M. Milgate, and P. Newman, eds., The New Palgrave, vol. 2, pp.706-710, (London: The Macmillan Press Ltd., 1987). Also in John Eatwell, Murray Milgate and Peter Newman, eds., Time Series and Statistics (London: Macmillan Press, Ltd., 1990), pp. 109-117

113. "Report of the Committee on U.S.-China Exchanges in Economics," American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, 75 (May 1986), p. 452

114. "Development of a more market-oriented economy in China," Science, 16 January 1987, pp. 295-299. Also chapter 4 in Y. C. Jao, Victor Mok, and Lok-sang Ho, eds., Economic Development in Chinese Society (Hong Kong University Press, 1989), pp. 39-48.

115. "Money and price level determination in China," Journal of Comparative Economics, 11 (1987), pp. 319-333. Also chapter in Bruce Reynolds, ed.,
Chinese Economic Reform: How Far, How Fast?, pp. 29-43 (San Diego, Calif.: Academic Press, Inc., 1988).

116. "Report of the Committee on U.S.-China Exchanges in Economics," American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, 76 (May 1987), p. 399

117 "Socialism with Chinese characteristics and China's economic development," presented at the China Institute of America, Symposium on "Chinese Culture in the Modern World," (April 1988) New York.

118. "Report of the Committee on U.S.-China Exchanges in Economics," American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, 77 (May 1988), pp. 523-524.

119. "Economic analysis of the People's Republic of China," Journal of Economic Education, 19 (Winter 1988), pp. 53-64

120."Market socialism and economic development in China," Princeton University, Econometric Research Program, Research Memorandum No. 340. Presented before the International Seminar on Economic Reform in China, 1979-1988, Shenzhen, 7-13 November 1988. Also in Chinese in Wen Wei Po (Hong Kong, 11 November 1988), p. 13.

121. "Economics Education and Economic Reform in China," in Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 33 (1989), pp. 64-74.

122. "Teaching economics and studying economic reform in China," China Economic Review, 1 (1989). Chinese translations published in Commercial Times (Taiwan), 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14 March 1989; and in Hong Kong Economic Journal Monthly, 144 (March 1989), pp. 40-47.

123. "Report of the Committee on U.S.-China Exchanges in Economics," American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, 78 (May 1989), pp. 426-427.

124. "Rational versus adaptive expectations in present value models," The Review of Economics and Statistics, 71 (August 1989), pp. 376-384.

125."Prospects of China's economic growth, foreign economic relations and cultural exchanges with the U.S." Princeton Alumni Weekly, 27 September 1989, pp. 16-17. In Chinese in Hong Kong Economic Journal Monthly, 151 (October 1989), pp. 22-24. In Chinese, chapter in The Future of China: The Scholar's Views (Global Publishing Company, Inc., Teaneck, NJ, 1990), pp. 71-75.

126. Preface/Introduction," in Tong Min, ed., Essays on Modern Economics, Volume 1 (Beijing: Commercial Press, 1989), pp. 1-3

127. Book review, C. Davis and W. Charemza, eds., Models of Disequilibirum and Shortage in Centrally Planned Economics. Reviewed in Journal of Comparative Economics, 15:2 (June1991) pp. 392-394.

128. "Report of the Committee on U.S.-China Exchanges in Economics," American Economic Review, 79 (May 1990), pp. 490-491

129."Notes on linear time series models with unit roots." Princeton University, Econometric Research Program, mimeo, October 1990.

130. "The Multiplier-Accelerator Model in the Light of Cointegration," Princeton University Research Memorandum No. 357, November 1990.

131. "Econometrics, dynamic analysis and control theory," chapter IV in Jiangyi Jiliangxue Jiangyi (Lectures on Econometrics), edited by the Chinese Quantitative Economics Association, Beijing (Beijing: Aerospace Industry Publishers, 1990), pp. 189-226

132. "The Chinese Economy: Substantial Growth in the 1990's." Presented at the Mid-Pacific Conference on The Evolving Pacific Basin: Problems and Opportunities for Trade and Investment. Commercial Times, Taiwan, March 27, 1991, p. 2. Hong Kong Economic Journal, May 1991. Economic Insights, May/June 1991, pp. 32-34.

133."Report of the Committee on U.S.-China Exchanges in Economics," American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, 80 (May 1991), p. 413.

134. "Rights to assets and economic behavior under Chinese socialism." Presented at the conference on The Economic Contest Between Communism and Capitalism: What's Ahead?, SUNY, Buffalo, May 10, 1991. Academia Economic Papers, 20:2 (September 1992) pp. 267-290.

135. "Note on equilibrium business cycles with technical innovations." Princeton University, Econometric Research Program, mimeo, November 1991.

136. "Capital formation and economic growth in China," Chinese translation, in Li Jinwen,ed., New Developments in Quantitative Economics. Beijing: Social Science Publications,1991. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, CVIII (August 1993) pp. 809-842.

137. "Dynamic optimization without dynamic programming," Economic Modelling, 9 (January 1992), pp. 3-9.

138. "Statistical estimation and testing of a real business cycle model." Princeton University, Econometric Research Program Memorandum No. 365, March 1992.

139. "Report of the Committee on U.S. - China Exchanges in Economics," The AmericanEconomic Review, 82:2 (May 1992), p. 615

140. "The integration of China and other Asian countries into the world economy," Princeton University, Econometric Research Program, mimeo. Invited paper presented at the Mont Merin Society General Meetings, September 1992 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

141. "Simulations in economics and business," in Douglas Greenwald, ed., The McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Economics, (second ed., New York: McGraw-Hill,
1993), pp. 909-911.

142. "A two-step procedure for estimating linear simultaneous equations with unit roots," The Review of Economics and Statistics, LXXV (February 1993) pp. 107-111

143"Solving Optimal Control Problems by Locally Quadratic Approximations to the Lagrangean Function," Princeton University, Econometric Research Program Seminar, March 15, 1993.

144. "Report of the Committee on U.S. - China Exchanges in Economics," The American Economic Review, 83:2 (May 1993), p. 512.

145. "Optimal control without solving the Bellman equation," Journal ofEconomic Dynamics and Control, 17 (July 1993) pp. 621-630

146. "How and Why China Succeeded in her Economic Reform," China Economic Review, 4 (Fall 1993), pp. 117-128.

147. "Computation of Optimum Control Functions by Lagrange Multipliers," in D.A.
Belsley (ed.), Computational Techniques for Econometrics and Economic Analysis, (Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers) 1994, pp. 65-72.

148. "Multiperiod Competition with Switching Costs: Solution by Lagrange Multipliers," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, (Jan./Feb.) 19, pp. 51-58.

149."Report of the Committee on U.S.-China Exchanges in Economics", American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, 84 (May 1994), p. 499.

150. "China's Economic Reform: An Option to Avoid a Transformation Crisis," chapter in Horst Siebert (ed.), Overcoming the Transformation Crisis: Lessons for the Successor States of the Soviet Union, (Institut fur Weltwirtschaft an der Universitat: Kiel), 1993, pp. 61-74.

151. Understanding China's Economy. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co., 1994

152."Multiperiod Competition with Switching Costs: Solution by Lagrange Multipliers," Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, Vol. 19 (Jan.-Feb. 1995), pp. 51-57.

153. "S. C. Tsiang's Finance Constraint in a Dynamic Model of Money and Interest," in Tzong-shian Yu and Joseph S. Lee, ed., S. C. Tsiang His Contribution to Economic Theory, (Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research,) June 199, pp. 83-98.

154. Ekonometria (Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN,) Polish edition of Econometrics, 1995.

155. "The Lagrange Method of Optimization with Applications to Portfolio and Investment Decisions," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 20, 1-3, (January-March, 1996), pp. 1-18.

156. "Statistical Estimation and Testing of a Real Business Cycle Model," G. C. Chow and Y. K. Kwan, January 1996. Princeton University, Econometric Research Program, mimeo.

157. "U.S. - China Trade Relations," article in the Sunday Star Ledger, June 2, 1996.

158. "Estimating Economic Effects of Political Movements in China," Y. K. Kwan and G. C. Chow, Journal of Comparative Economics, 23, 1996, pp. 192-208.

159. "Economic Effects of Political Movements in China: Lower Bound Estimates," G. C. Chow and Y. K. Kwan, Pacific Economic Review, 1:1, 1996, pp. 13-26.

160. Comment on "The Irreducible Role of Derived Marginal Utility in Dynamic Stochastic Programming," by Paul A. Samuelson, Pacific Economic Review,
December 1996, pp. 251-252.

161. "China's Economic Growth: Challenges and Opportunities for Europe," Forum Engelberg, Lusanne, Switzerland: Europe-Asia Science & Technology for their Future, 1996, pp. 179-186.

162. Dynamic Economics: Optimization by the Lagrange Method. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997.

163."Chow's Method of Optimal Control: A Numerical Solution," Y. K. Kwan and G. C. Chow, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 1997, vol. 21, 4-5, pp. 739-752.

164. "Rates of Return to Schooling in China," Emily N. Johnson and G. C. Chow, Pacific Economic Review, 2:2, June 1997, pp. 101-113.

165. Book Review of Susumu Yabuki, China's New Political Economy, translated by Stephen M. Hamer (Boulder: Westview Press, 1995), in China Economic Review, 1996, vol. 7, 2, pp. 205-206.

166. "Challenges of China's Economic System for Economic Theory," American Economic Review, May 1997, vol. 87, 2, pp. 321-327.

167. Asia in the Twenty-first Century, P. Chow and G. C. Chow, eds., Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co., 1997

168. "How Well Does the Chinese Banking System Function?" in International Conference, China: Toward a Modern Financial System, Committee on Economics Education and Exchange with the U.S., Beijing, China, 1977.

169. "China's Reform Process and its Implications for Housing," chapter 1 in Tolley, George, Shou-yi Hao and Macia Occomy, ed., Urban Land'and Housing Reform in Socialist and Former Socialist Countries, (Mount Pleasant, MI: The Blackstone Co., 1996),

170. Sower of Modern Economy in China: Interview of Gregory Chow (in Chinese), NJ: Global Publishing Co, 1997.

171. "Rational Expectations is Not Necessarily Valid for Econometric Models,"with Y.K. Kwan, Pacific Economic Review,2, ( October 1997), pp. 149-163.

172. "How the Basic RBC Model Fails to Explain US Time Series" with Yum K. Kwan,Journal of Monetary Economics, vol. 41:2, (April 1998), pp 301-318.

173. "The Free Market System," Bulletin of the Foreign Policy Research Institute, December 1998.

174. "China's Economic Policy in the Context of the Asian Financial Crisis," (in Chinese), August 20-21, 1998 issues of Commercial Times, Taiwan; Hong Kong Economic Journal Monthly, December 1998; Journal ofFinancial Research, January 1999 (2), Beijing.

175. "China's Economy: Reform and Perspectives," presented before the Symposium on Asian Financial Crisis, sponsored by the Korean-American Society at the University of Pennsylvania in February 1999, International Journal of Korean Studies, Vol. III, No. 1 (Spring/Summer 1999), pp.136-147.

176. "Shanghai Stock Prices as Determined by the Present Value Model," Journal of Comparative Economics, September 1999, pp.553-561.

177. "Duplicating Contingent Claims by the Lagrange Method," Pacific Economic Review, 4, (October 1999), pp.277-284.

178. Editorial Note to the Special Issue on Financial Economics," Pacific Economic Review, 4, (October 1999), pp.233-236.

179. "China's Economic Policy in the Context of the Asian Financial Crisis," Pacific Economic Review, 5, (February 2000) pp. 97-107.

180. "Econometrics and Economic Policy," Statistica Sinica, Vol. 11, No. 3, (July 2001), pp. 631-650.

181. " Educating and Effectively Utilizing Scientific and Technical Personnel in China," paper presented before International Conference on Science and Education Policies for the Betterment of China's Economy, Beijing, August 18-20, 1999.

182. "Teaching Modern Economics in China," Comparative Economic Studies, Vol. XLII, No. 2, (Summer 2000), pp. 51-60.

183. "China's Economic Growth: 1952-2010", (with Kui-Wai Li), Economic Development and Cultural Change, Vol. 51, No. 1 (October 2002), pp.247-256.

184."China's Economic Reform and Policies at the Beginning of the 21st. Century", China Economic Review, vol. 11, no. 4, (2000), pp. 427-431.

185. Contributions to Econometrics and Applied Economics, Beijing:Peking University Press, 2001.

186. Contributions to Economic Dynamics and Control, Beijing:Peking University Press, 2001.

187. "Taiwan's Aggregate Production Function and Economic Growth," in Sheng-Cheng Hu and Chu-Tan Fu, ed. Essay on Economic Development in Memory of Academician Hsing Mo-huan, Taipei: Institute of Economics, Academia Siknica, 2002, pp. 21-43.

188. China's Economic Transformation, Blackwell Publishers, 2002.

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192. "A time-series analysis of the Shanghai and New York stock price indices," (with Caroline C. Lawler), Annals of Economics and Finance, May 2003, pp. 17-35.

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204. "Review of How Far Across the River? Chinese Policy Reform at the Millenmium," edited by Nicholas C. Hope, Dennis Tao Yang, and Mu Yang Li. Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. XLII (June 2004), pp. 884-5.

205. “Demand for Education in China,” International Economic Journal, 20:2 (June 2006), pp. 129-147.

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210. "An Economic Analysis of Health Care in China," in Gordon G. Liu, Shufang Zhang and Zongyi Zhang, ed., Investing in Human Capital for Economic Development in China. Singapore: World Scientific, 2009.

211. "Rural Poverty in China: Problem and Policy," Department of Economics, Princeton University, Center for Economic Policy Studies Discussion Paper No. 134, September 2006.

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219. "Economic analysis and policies for Environmental problems," paper presented before the annual conference of the Chinese Economists Society in Nanning, China, June 14, 2009, Pacific Economic Review, 2010.

220. "Demand and Supply for Residential Housing in Urban China," (co-author, Linlin Niu) in Joyce Man, ed. China's Housing Reform and Outcomes. Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Institute Press, 2010.

221. "Demand for education in China," (co-author, Yan Shen), in Gordon G Liu, Shufang Zhang and Zongyi Shang, ed., Investment and Human Capital for Economic Development in China, chapter 5, pp. 87-104, Singapore: World Scientific, 2010.

222. "Important lessons from studying the Chinese Economy," Singapore Economic Review, 2010, forthcoming.

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225. "Entrepreneurship propelling economic growth in China," The European Business Review, July-August, 2010, pp. 8-15.

226. "The empirics of inflation in China" (co-author Peng Wang), Economic Letters, September, 2010.

227. "A simple model of the Chinese macroeconomy," Economics Letters 106 (2010), 195-196.

228. "Lessons from studying a simple macroeconomic model for China," Economics Letters 112 (2011) 233-235.

229. "Economic analysis and policies for enviornmental problems," Pacific Economics Review, August 2011, V16, Issue 3, pp. 339-348.

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