Written by an international team of experts from the US, UK, Hong Kong, China, Korea and Canada, this important and interesting book examines and explores the relationship between the international political and economic system, and China’s economic and political transition.
Exploring international relations theory with a China-centric view, the book addresses key and significant questions such as:
Giving vital insights into China’s likely development and international influence in the next decade, China’s Reforms and International Political Economy is an essential and invaluable read.
Preface: Globalization and China's Reforms: A Canadian Ambassador's Perspective Introduction: China's Reforms: Interntaional Political Economy and Explanations of China's Globalization David Zweig and Chen Zhimin Part 1: External Structures: Power, Norms, Multilateralism and Production 1. Beyond the Disciplinary Heartlands: Studying China's International Political Economy Shaun Breslin 2. Soft Balancing and Reciprocal Engagement: International Structures and China's Foreign Policy Choices Chen Zhimin 3. China in the World and the World in China: The Domestic Impact of International Institutions on China’s Politics, 1978-2000 Su Changhe 4. China, Southeast Asia and East Asian Economic Regionalism Richard Stubbs Part 2: China and the World Trade Organization 5. How Reform Drove China’s Integration into the International Community Fan Yongming 6. Trade Policy and Regulatory Politics: China's WTO Implementation in Comparative Perspective Margaret Pearson 7. Hinges and Latches on the Open Door: The Normative Parameters of China's WTO Accession Jeremy Paltiel Part 3: Outside In? Case Studies 8.Betwen "Outside-in" and "Inside-Out": The Internationalization of the Chinese State Greg Chin 9. Dancing With Wolves: Opening the Pharmaceutical Sector in China Karen Minden and Jeffrey L Dong 10. How China Responds to Trade Sanctions: Decoding the Sino-South Korean 'Garlic War' Jae Ho Chang 11. Globalization and Transnational Human Capital: Overseas and Returnee Scholars to China David Zweig, Chen Changgui and Stanley Rosen