Market Liberalism: American Foreign Policy Toward China (Hardback)
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Market Liberalism: American Foreign Policy Toward China (Hardback)

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Hardback 179 Pages / Published: 30/04/1998
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Analyzing the overseas effect of the market force of U.S. foreign policy toward China, Cheung puts forth the idea of Augmented Market Liberalism (AML), arguing that the establishment of the market economy was induced by U.S. foreign policy.

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
ISBN: 9781560003786
Number of pages: 179
Weight: 431 g
Dimensions: 230 x 161 x 22 mm


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"Cheung (Chinese University, Hong Kong) has familiarized himself with the thoughts of a wide range of Chinese and American experts on American influences on post-Mao China's evolving market economy and its effects on those of the post-WW II economies of Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore... Nonspecialists interested in US-China relations will benefit from this volume's rich and varied bibliography. This timely work is highly recommended for advanced undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, business people, and concerned general readers."

--C. G. Hess, Choice


"Cheung (Chinese University, Hong Kong) has familiarized himself with the thoughts of a wide range of Chinese and American experts on American influences on post-Mao China's evolving market economy and its effects on those of the post-WW II economies of Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore... Nonspecialists interested in US-China relations will benefit from this volume's rich and varied bibliography. This timely work is highly recommended for advanced undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, business people, and concerned general readers."

--C. G. Hess, Choice


-Cheung (Chinese University, Hong Kong) has familiarized himself with the thoughts of a wide range of Chinese and American experts on American influences on post-Mao China's evolving market economy and its effects on those of the post-WW II economies of Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore... Nonspecialists interested in US-China relations will benefit from this volume's rich and varied bibliography. This timely work is highly recommended for advanced undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, business people, and concerned general readers.-

--C. G. Hess, Choice

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