Using first-hand interview data, Yang Jiang reveals the key trends of China's trade and financial politics after its WTO accession. In particular, she highlights the influence of competing domestic interests, government agencies and different ideas on China's foreign economic policy.
About the Author
Yang Jiang is Associate Professor at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. Her research interests include the political economy of China, in particular the domestic politics of economic policy. She has published in journals such as Review of International Political Economy, The Pacific Review and Journal of Contemporary China.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. China's Policymaking for the China-ASEAN Free Trade Agreement 3. Australia-China FTA Negotiations 4. China's Policymaking for Financial Regionalism 5. Conclusion: Domestic Reform and Global Engagement