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China and the Global Political Economy

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Beschreibung

Considers one of the most pressing issues of the Twenty-First century: the relationship between domestic configurations of power and globalized production processes in shaping the process and implications of China's re-engagement with the global economy.

'One of the subsidiary themes of Shaun Breslin's book is the unreliability of statistics about China. But where most authors simply note this, he explains some of the reasons and tries to provide some more accurate figures, particularly for understanding foreign investment in and trade with China...This is one of the most useful books on China's economic development before the world recession that I have read for some time' - Chalie Hore, International Socialism Magazine

'Breslin's book is targeted at International Relations (IR) and International Political Economy (IPE) scholars, yet it has a refreshing take on the story often told about China from within IR and IPE. This is because Breslin integrates his understanding of the China case from within Chinese area studies with a critical, non-statist IPE or New Political Economy framework. The result is a much-needed bridgehead between Chinese area studies and IPE, as well as a case for what Breslin calls a somewhat 'revisionist' understanding of China's global economic role...Breslin's book is informed by what he calls a view of China from the inside looking out' - Millenium, Journal or International Studies



Autorentext
Shaun Breslin is Professor of Politics and International Studies and Director of the Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation at the University of Warwick, UK. He is also Senior Scientist with GR:EEN and Associate Fellow at the Chatham House China Programme.

Klappentext

"China in the Global Political Economy" considers one of the most pressing issues of the Twenty-First century: the relationship between domestic configurations of power and globalized production processes in shaping the process and implications of China's re-engagement with the global economy. It considers how changing bases of legitimacy of single-party rule in China have not only shaped, but also been shaped by, expanding international economic relations. It argues that bilateral statist understandings of the nature of international economic relations overstate the extent to which China has power in the global political economy.

Zusammenfassung
China in the Global Political Economy considers one of the most pressing issues of the Twenty-First century: the relationship between domestic configurations of power and globalized production processes in shaping the process and implications of China's re-engagement with the global economy.

Inhalt
Introduction: China - Yes, But... Studying China in an Era of Globalization The Transition from Socialism: An Embedded Socialist Compromise? Re-Engagement with the Global Economy Beyond Bilateralism: What the Statistics Don't Tell Us Interpreting Chinese "Power" in the Global Political Economy The Domestic Context: Stretching the Social Fabric? Conclusions

Produktinformationen

Titel: China and the Global Political Economy
Autor:
EAN: 9781403986474
ISBN: 978-1-4039-8647-4
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Medien & Kommunikation
Anzahl Seiten: 246
Gewicht: 448g
Größe: H16mm x B225mm x T139mm
Jahr: 2007
Auflage: 2007

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