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The Resource The political economy of China's Belt and Road Initiative, Lei Zou (Shanghai Administration Institute, China)

The political economy of China's Belt and Road Initiative, Lei Zou (Shanghai Administration Institute, China)

Label
The political economy of China's Belt and Road Initiative
Title
The political economy of China's Belt and Road Initiative
Statement of responsibility
Lei Zou (Shanghai Administration Institute, China)
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
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1986 November-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Zou, Lei
Dewey number
337.51
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Series on China's Belt and Road Initiative,
Series volume
vol. 1
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • China
  • China
  • Economic development
  • Regionalism
Label
The political economy of China's Belt and Road Initiative, Lei Zou (Shanghai Administration Institute, China)
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Intro; Contents; About the Author; About the Translator; Introduction; 1. Literature Review; 1.1 The Strategic Considerations of the BRI; 1.2 Policy Implementation of the BRI; 1.3 Risk Evaluation of the BRI; 2. Book Structure; Chapter 1 Reflections on the Ancient Silk Road; 1.1 Land-Sea Relations; 1.1.1 Transnational Communication via Land and Sea Routes; 1.1.2 Rise of the Sea Route and Decline of the Land Route; 1.2 International Trade; 1.2.1 Commodity Composition; 1.2.2 Currency Circulation; 1.3 Islamization; 1.3.1 Historical Process; 1.3.2 Modern-Day Legacies
  • Chapter 2 The "Modern Silk Road" between China and the Middle East2.1 Rise of the "Modern Silk Road"; 2.1.1 A Macroscopic Perspective; 2.1.2 A Microscopic Perspective; 2.2 Origins of the "Modern Silk Road"; 2.2.1 The Globalization of China's Manufacturing Industry; 2.2.2 The Middle Easternization of China's Oil Import; 2.2.3 China's Coast-Oriented Economy; 2.3 Essence of the "Modern Silk Road"; 2.3.1 A Derived Product of Contemporary International System; 2.3.2 The Triangular Cycle of Oil, US Dollar, and "Made in China" Products
  • Chapter 3 Understanding China's Belt and Road Initiative in the New Era3.1 Historical Background; 3.1.1 The Revival of China's National Strength; 3.1.2 Improvement of the Eurasian Geopolitical Environment; 3.1.3 Enhancement of the Eurasian Economic Tie; 3.1.4 Innovation in Transportation Technology; 3.2 Practical Considerations; 3.2.1 In the Perspective of China's Rise; 3.2.1.1 Contributing to Global Governance with the "Chinese Proposal"; 3.2.1.2 Responses to Doubts and Expectations of the International Community; 3.2.2 In the Perspective of China's Development Mode Adjustment
  • 3.2.2.1 Facilitating China's Economic Transformation3.2.2.2 Promoting Coordinated Regional Development and Opening-up; 3.2.23 Diversifying Energy Imports and Trade Routes; 3.3 Future Vision; 3.3.1 New Pattern of Opening-up to the Outside World; 3.3.2 New Mode of Economic Cooperation; Chapter 4 Cooperation Framework of Building the Belt and Road; 4.1 Principles and Strategies; 4.1.1 Principles; 4.1.1.1 Open for Cooperation; 4.1.1.2 Market Operation; 4.1.1.3 Mutual Benefits; 4.1.2 Strategies; 4.1.2.1 From Point to Area; 4.1.2.2 Step by Step; 4.2 Key Routes and Economic Corridors
  • 4.2.1 New Eurasian Land Bridge Economic Corridor4.2.2 China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor; 4.2.3 China-Central Asia-West Asia Economic Corridor; 4.2.4 China-Indochina Peninsula Economic Corridor; 4.2.5 China-Pakistan Economic Corridor; 4.2.6 Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Economic Corridor; 4.3 Cooperation Priorities; 4.3.1 Policy Coordination; 4.3.2 Connectivity of Infrastructure and Facilities; 4.3.3 Unimpeded Trade; 4.3.4 Financial Integration; 4.3.5 Closer People-to-People Ties; Chapter 5 Development Opportunities of the Belt and Road Initiative
Control code
on1038473964
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789813222663
Level of compression
unknown
Note
World Scientific Publishing
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1038473964
Label
The political economy of China's Belt and Road Initiative, Lei Zou (Shanghai Administration Institute, China)
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Intro; Contents; About the Author; About the Translator; Introduction; 1. Literature Review; 1.1 The Strategic Considerations of the BRI; 1.2 Policy Implementation of the BRI; 1.3 Risk Evaluation of the BRI; 2. Book Structure; Chapter 1 Reflections on the Ancient Silk Road; 1.1 Land-Sea Relations; 1.1.1 Transnational Communication via Land and Sea Routes; 1.1.2 Rise of the Sea Route and Decline of the Land Route; 1.2 International Trade; 1.2.1 Commodity Composition; 1.2.2 Currency Circulation; 1.3 Islamization; 1.3.1 Historical Process; 1.3.2 Modern-Day Legacies
  • Chapter 2 The "Modern Silk Road" between China and the Middle East2.1 Rise of the "Modern Silk Road"; 2.1.1 A Macroscopic Perspective; 2.1.2 A Microscopic Perspective; 2.2 Origins of the "Modern Silk Road"; 2.2.1 The Globalization of China's Manufacturing Industry; 2.2.2 The Middle Easternization of China's Oil Import; 2.2.3 China's Coast-Oriented Economy; 2.3 Essence of the "Modern Silk Road"; 2.3.1 A Derived Product of Contemporary International System; 2.3.2 The Triangular Cycle of Oil, US Dollar, and "Made in China" Products
  • Chapter 3 Understanding China's Belt and Road Initiative in the New Era3.1 Historical Background; 3.1.1 The Revival of China's National Strength; 3.1.2 Improvement of the Eurasian Geopolitical Environment; 3.1.3 Enhancement of the Eurasian Economic Tie; 3.1.4 Innovation in Transportation Technology; 3.2 Practical Considerations; 3.2.1 In the Perspective of China's Rise; 3.2.1.1 Contributing to Global Governance with the "Chinese Proposal"; 3.2.1.2 Responses to Doubts and Expectations of the International Community; 3.2.2 In the Perspective of China's Development Mode Adjustment
  • 3.2.2.1 Facilitating China's Economic Transformation3.2.2.2 Promoting Coordinated Regional Development and Opening-up; 3.2.23 Diversifying Energy Imports and Trade Routes; 3.3 Future Vision; 3.3.1 New Pattern of Opening-up to the Outside World; 3.3.2 New Mode of Economic Cooperation; Chapter 4 Cooperation Framework of Building the Belt and Road; 4.1 Principles and Strategies; 4.1.1 Principles; 4.1.1.1 Open for Cooperation; 4.1.1.2 Market Operation; 4.1.1.3 Mutual Benefits; 4.1.2 Strategies; 4.1.2.1 From Point to Area; 4.1.2.2 Step by Step; 4.2 Key Routes and Economic Corridors
  • 4.2.1 New Eurasian Land Bridge Economic Corridor4.2.2 China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor; 4.2.3 China-Central Asia-West Asia Economic Corridor; 4.2.4 China-Indochina Peninsula Economic Corridor; 4.2.5 China-Pakistan Economic Corridor; 4.2.6 Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Economic Corridor; 4.3 Cooperation Priorities; 4.3.1 Policy Coordination; 4.3.2 Connectivity of Infrastructure and Facilities; 4.3.3 Unimpeded Trade; 4.3.4 Financial Integration; 4.3.5 Closer People-to-People Ties; Chapter 5 Development Opportunities of the Belt and Road Initiative
Control code
on1038473964
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789813222663
Level of compression
unknown
Note
World Scientific Publishing
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1038473964

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