Political Economy of China
General Information about the Course
This course is specially designed for Visiting Students at St Edmund Hall. It may be taken as either a Primary or a Secondary option, subject to availability of tuition in any particular term. The exact content of your course will be decided in consultation with your tutor at St Edmund Hall, and depends on whether you are taking this as a Primary or Secondary option.
The course covers a selection of topics of political economy and governance in contemporary China, two closely related topics that have drawn extensive interests in policy and business circles. These may include analysis of how the Chinese state has reformed organizationally and institutionally to adapt the rapidly growing economy, what challenges the state currently faces in governance and regulation, and how political interests shape Chinese officials and other state actors’ domestic and overseas economic behaviours, in Africa for example. It may also discuss major governance issues including the provision of public goods, media management, corruption, and the environment, with a focus on the political logic behind the government’s responses to these issues.
- Art: History and Theory
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- Earth Sciences (Geology)
- English Language and Literature
- Film Studies
- French Language and Literature
- Materials Science
- Political Economy of China
- Politics and International Relations