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MPAS2155 China's Economic Foreign Policy and Global Economic Governance 4 ECTS
Periods
Period I Period II Period III Period IV
Language of instruction
English
Type or level of studies
Advanced studies
Course unit descriptions in the curriculum
MDP in Asian Studies
MDP in Asian Studies
Department of Philosophy, Contemp.History and Political Sc.

Learning outcomes

The course deepens students' knowledge on China's economic foreign policy and its impact on global economic governance.

General description

Online course.

Over the past decade, China has emerged as a global economic force. The old adage about the USA sneezing and Europe catching a cold increasingly applies also to the relationship between China’s economy and that of other economies, especially in Asia. China’s global economic effects were first apparent in cross-border trade networks, attraction of inward direct investment and commodity purchases. Now these effects cover most aspects of global trade, investment and finance. It is therefore more pertinent than ever to pay close attention to the economic aspects of China’s foreign policy and how it impacts on global economic governance structures, processes and modes of operation. This lecture course highlights both the domestic origins of China’s foreign economic policies and their multifaceted impacts on global economic governance. Topics such as the political significance of China’s state-directed cross-border investment, China’s emergence as a major player in development assistance, as well as the internationalisation of the Chinese currency, will be tackled during the course.

For political science students the course replaces the books Gilpin and Pogge in A KV 4.

Enrolment

Apply 1-30 September 2015 through the website of the Finnish University Network for Asian Studies. A maximum of 40 students will be accepted to the course in the order of application. The course is targeted at Master's level students

Teacher responsible

Mikael Mattlin
mikael.mattlin[ät]utu.fi

Homepage URL

Teaching

12-Oct-2015 – 27-Nov-2015
Lectures 16 h Web-based
Autumn 2015
Mon 12-Oct-2015, moodle, Online teaching

Evaluation criteria

Lectures (16 h), essay (ca 5000 words), lecture diary

Further information

Apply 1-30 September 2015 through the website of the Finnish University Network for Asian Studies http://www.asianet.fi. A maximum of 40 students will be accepted to the course in the order of application. The course is targeted at Master's level students