Edited by Ka Zeng
This book examines the processes, evolution and consequences of China’s rapid integration into the global economy. Through analyses of Beijing’s international economic engagement in areas such as trade, investment, finance, sustainable development and global economic governance, it highlights the forces shaping China’s increasingly prominent role in the global economic arena. Chapters explore China’s behavior in global economic governance, the interests and motivations underlying China’s international economic initiatives and the influence of politics, including both domestic politics and foreign relations, on the country’s global economic footprint.
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- Handbook on the International Political Economy of China
- Chapter 1: Introduction to the Handbook on the International Political Economy of China
- Chapter 2: China’s international political economy – the changing economic context
- Chapter 3: China’s trade policy: Evolution and determinants
- Chapter 4: Foreign direct investment in China
- Chapter 5: Chinese outward foreign direct investment (COFDI): A primer and assessment of the state of COFDI research
- Chapter 6: Chinese direct investment in Europe: Economic opportunities and political challenges
- Chapter 7: China’s investment relations with Japan
- Chapter 8: China’s international energy engagement
- Chapter 9: The political economy of Chinese investment treaties
- Chapter 10: You can check in anytime you like, but you can never leave: The politics of China’s financial market opening
- Chapter 11: From tailwinds to headwinds: The troubled internationalization of the renminbi
- Chapter 12: US–China exchange rate dispute
- Chapter 13: The China Investment Corporation and the rise of sovereign wealth funds
- Chapter 14: The domestic politics of China’s exchange rate policy
- Chapter 15: China and the WTO: On a path to leadership?
- Chapter 16: China’s policy on free trade agreements
- Chapter 17: From activism to status quo: The convergence of state and institutional preferences in China’s relationship with the IMF
- Chapter 18: The rise of a constrained power in international financial governance: An analysis of China–IMF collaboration
- Chapter 19: China, the G20 and global governance
- Chapter 20: China’s evolving role in global governance: The AIIB and the limits of an alternative international order
- Chapter 21: China and the “Belt and Road Initiative” (BRI): Contested multilateralism and innovative institution-building
- Chapter 22: China and regional financial cooperation: From observer, to participant, to (co-)leader. . .of an irrelevance?
- Chapter 23: The motives of China’s foreign aid
- Chapter 24: China and global climate change governance
- Chapter 25: The rise of China in the international intellectual property regime
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