This course offers an overview of China´s overall international trade status and discusses China´s attempts to promote globalization and regional economic integration with case studies.Applicants: 16
The relationship between China and the world is dynamically changing. What is the current status? How China made attempts to achieve global integration? This course provides the audience with an overview of China´s role in the global economy. We will look at how China´s international trade status has evolved since its economic reform in 1978, the variable policies and instruments China has adopted to promote international trade and attract foreign direct investment, as well as evidence and cases of China´s investment in overseas market.
This session focuses on an overall introduction of China's overall international trade status compared to other major players in the world economy.
This session introduces different policy instruments and some recent attempts adopted by China in order to promote globalization and regional economic integration are also discussed.
This session looks at foreign direct investment in China. Various policies aiming at attracting IFDI are introduced and case studies of two multinationals conducting investments in the Chinese market are discussed.
This session discusses China's outward FDI status and its impact on both the domestic firms and consumers, as well as the economy of the receiving countries. A Chinese multinational's investment cases in the European market is also discussed.