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Author Tian, J
Title Government, Business, and the Politics of Interdependence and Conflict Across the Taiwan Strait
Imprint New York : Palgrave Macmillan US, 2006
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Note Cover -- Government, Business, and the Politics of Interdependence and Conflict across the Taiwan Strait -- CONTENTS -- LIST OF TABLES -- LIST OF FIGURES -- NOTE ON ROMANIZATION -- PREFACE -- ABBREVIATIONS AND GLOSSARY -- Chapter One Statecraft, Capital Mobility, and Institutions: Toward a Dynamic Interactive Model -- Chapter Two The Politics of Strategic Interaction across the Taiwan Strait -- Chapter Three Government Policies and Cross-Strait Trade and Investment -- Chapter Four Industrial Organization and Cross-Strait Economic Interactions -- Chapter Five Taiwanese Investors and Local Government in Mainland China -- Chapter Six Conclusion -- Appendix: English Translations of the Names of Chinese Journals, Newspapers, Magazines and Websites -- NOTES -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- INDEX
Explains the complex and paradoxical process of economic integration and political divergence in current relations between Taiwan and mainland China. It analyzes the dynamics of economic statecraft on both sides and the conflicts between state objectives and business interests in the context of globalization and regional economic integration
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Link Print version: Tian, J. Government, Business, and the Politics of Interdependence and Conflict Across the Taiwan Strait New York : Palgrave Macmillan US,c2006 9781403972927
Subject International economic relations.;Taiwan -- Foreign economic relations -- China.;China -- Foreign economic relations -- Taiwan.;Taiwan -- Economic policy.;China -- Economic policy.;Taiwan -- Foreign relations -- China.;China -- Foreign relations -- Taiwan
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