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POLISCI 348D: China in the Global Economy (POLISCI 248D)

An examination of China in the global economy. Focus will be on China¿s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The goal of the course is to provide students an in-depth understanding of a key initiative of China¿s efforts to globalize. The approach examines how BRI has played out in practice and how it is changing. Specific questions addressed will include: What is the political and economic logic of BRI? Who are the key players? How much of this is controlled and coordinated by Beijing? How much by local authorities? What bureaucratic structures, if any, have been created to regulate this major initiative? Whose interests are being served with BRI? What are the challenges facing BRI? How have strategies evolved? How have international reactions affected China's globalization strategies? How has this affected US-China Relations? How does BRI affect domestic politics?
Terms: Spr | Units: 3-5
Instructors: Oi, J. (PI)
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