China in the World Economy (ECOP6016)
UNIT OF STUDY
This unit of study analyses the modern economic development of the People's Republic of China (PRC) and its role in the international economic system, including the World Trade Organisation. It examines the internal political economy of the PRC; the political economy of transition; and China's transformation into a major centre of foreign direct investment and global exports. In the unit, students will learn the differential impact of China's transformation on the USA, East Asia and Japan, and the European Union. The policy of free trade agreements of China will also be studied. An understanding of these issues is important for people concerned both with investment and trade with China and the global political economic implications of China's emerging market economy under socialism.
Our courses that offer this unit of study
- Executive Master of Arts and Social Sciences
- Executive Master of Public Administration
- Graduate Certificate in Development Studies
- Graduate Certificate in International Studies
- Graduate Certificate in Political Economy
- Graduate Certificate in Public Administration
- Graduate Diploma in Development Studies
- Graduate Diploma in International Relations
- Graduate Diploma in Political Economy
- Graduate Diploma in Public Administration
- Graduate Diploma in Public Policy
- Master of Crosscultural Communication
- Master of Development Studies
- Master of International Relations
- Master of Political Economy
- Master of Public Administration
- Master of Public Policy
Further unit of study information
1x2500wd Essay (30%), 1xTeam Oral Presentation (10%), 1x1500wd report (20%), 1x2hr exam (40%)
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Study this unit outside a degree
If you wish to undertake one or more units of study (subjects) for your own interest but not towards a degree, you may enrol in single units as a non-award student.
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