This unit of study analyses the contemporary Chinese economic system and its role in the global economy. The drivers of this evolution, the domestic and international implications of the Chinese growth model and its sustainability, China's relationships with the United States, European Union, Latin America and Africa, and China's role in global economic governance through international institutions like the World Trade Organisation, form the focus of this unit. Two key questions considered by this unit are: is contemporary China a market socialist economy, a form of capitalism or a transitioning economy; and what is China's possible future role in the global economy.
|Academic unit||Political Economy|
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