Creating China’s Climate Change Policy
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Creating China’s Climate Change Policy

Internal Competition and External Diplomacy

Olivia Gippner

Drawing on first hand interview data with experts and government officials, Olivia Gippner develops a new analytical framework to explore the vested interests and policy debates surrounding Chinese climate policy-making.
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Chapter 9: Chinese climate policy and the European Union during the Hu-Wen leadership (2003-2013)

Olivia Gippner

Abstract

The study finds that the European Union has taken the role of an agenda-setter and reference point for framing climate change policy in China during the fourth leadership era (2002_2012) and the first years of Xi Jinping’s presidency. The EU’s influence on actual policy-making, however, has been mediated by bureaucratic politics within Chinese decision-making structures. The study thus adds a new perspective on how policies, in particular in the case of climate change, travel and diffuse between jurisdictions all across the globe.

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