Handbook on China and Developing Countries - Handbooks of Research on Contemporary China Series (Hardback)
  • Handbook on China and Developing Countries - Handbooks of Research on Contemporary China Series (Hardback)
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Handbook on China and Developing Countries - Handbooks of Research on Contemporary China Series (Hardback)

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Hardback 608 Pages / Published: 24/04/2015
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Using original research to address cutting-edge topics, this Handbook explores the rapidly evolving and increasingly multifaceted relations between China and developing countries. Innovative, data-rich analysis by leading experts from around the world critically assesses such timely issues as the `China model', Beijing's role in international development assistance, World Bank governance, Chinese peacekeeping and South-South relations, and developing countries and the internationalization of China's currency. China's engagement with individual countries and regions throughout the developing world is examined, including Chinese private sector investment in Africa. This unique and comprehensive study is an essential reference for scholars and policy experts alike, with a breadth and depth of coverage that will inform and guide analysis for academics, practitioners and postgraduates.

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781782544203
Number of pages: 608
Dimensions: 156 x 234 mm


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`China's rise transforms its interactions with other developing countries in multiple ways. This volume offers a valuable introduction to this transformation from diverse perspectives.' -- Justin Yifu Lin, Peking University, China
'China will inevitably become the number one power in the world. In purchasing power parity terms, its economy is already number one. Increasingly, more and more developing countries are hitching their wagons to China's economic locomotive. Hence, this volume addresses a key dimension of our new global order. It could not be more timely or more relevant for both academics and policymakers.' -- Kishore Mahbubani, National University of Singapore and author, The Great Convergence: Asia, the West and the Logic of One World
`China's emergence as an economic and trading superpower is one of the dominant stories of our time, and its ties with other developing countries are an underappreciated part of this story. In 2011 China was the main trading partner of 124 different countries, most of which are developing. This Handbook fills an essential gap in the literature on China's rise, examining China's relations with different regions and how these are reshaping global institutions from UN peace-keeping to IMF fire-fighting. This is an essential resource for the study of China and the global order.' -- David Dollar, China Center, Brookings Institution

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