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Chinese economic statecraft commercial actors, grand strategy, and state control

Author: William J Norris
Publisher: Ithaca NY London Cornell University Press 2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First paperback printing 2018View all editions and formats
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On economic statecraft -- What is economic statecraft? -- The challenge of state control -- Economics and China's grand strategy -- Securing strategic raw materials -- "Going out" and China's search for energy security -- Rio Tinto and the (in)visible hand of the state -- Cross-strait economic statecraft -- Coercive leverage across the Taiwan Strait -- Interest transformation across the Taiwan Strait -- China's
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William J Norris
ISBN: 1501725912 9781501725913 9780801454493 0801454492
OCLC Number: 1178913331
Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index
Description: x, 303 pages illustrations, maps 23 cm
Contents: Part I ON ECONOMIC STATECRAFT1. What Is Economic Statecraft? 2. The Challenge of State Control 3. Economics and China's Grand StrategyPart II SECURING STRATEGIC RAW MATERIALS4. "Going Out" and China's Search for Energy Security 5. Rio Tinto and the (In)visible Hand of the State Part III CROSS-STRAIT ECONOMIC STATECRAFT6. Coercive Leverage across the Taiwan Strait 7. Interest Transformation across the Taiwan Strait Part IV CHINA'S SOVEREIGN WEALTH FUNDS8. State Administration of Foreign Exchange 9. What Right Looks Like 10. The China Investment Corporation Concluding Implications
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In Chinese Economic Statecraft, William J. Norris introduces an innovative theory that pinpoints how states employ economic tools of national power to pursue their strategic objectives. Norris shows  Read more...

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