China and Inner Asia

Organized Panel Session

China's Role in Economic Globalization: Cooperation and Competition (2003-2017)

Friday, July 6
12:10 PM - 1:40 PM
Location: Chinar, First Floor

Economic globalization, a significant phenomenon with the characteristics of complexity and variability, draws immense attention from both government and scholars. A double-edged sword, economic globalization has promoted world economic integration and contributed to free flow and rational allocation of factors of production around the world. On the other hand, it has brought about increasing conflicts over issues like global inequality, trade, and environment. Being a rapidly growing Asian country, China is playing an extremely important role in this process. This panel presents three comparative case studies on China’s interaction with Central and South Asia, Southeast Asia and Latin America during 2003 and 2017. With the new idea of the globalism, China has promoted multilateral and multi-directional cooperation with openness and transparency. Taking full account of social concerns, China has helped to transcend the cultural differences and repair rifts in various countries and regions, contributing to an inclusive and positive-sum world economy. In all, we will show in these case studies that despite the fierce and unavoidable competitions, international cooperation and coordination are also growing simultaneously, providing a new impetus and a fresh mode for the global economic development.

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Yang Bian

University of International Business and Economics, China (People's Republic)

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