China’s Development Strategy and Its Impact on Global Political Economy

China’s Development Strategy and Its Impact on Global Political Economy

(Feb 28th 2011-Mar 27th 2011)

Lecturer: Zhang, Junhua

(Professor, School of Public Administration, Zhejiang University)

Time: Tuesday 14.05-17.20, Eastbuilding 6, Zi-jin-gang Campus.

Language: English

Course Schedule:

Lecture 1: Intoduction Strategy, development strategy, China Model (Mar 1st )

Lecture 2: Different stages of development and strategies in the PR of China (Mar 8th )

Lecture 3: The power-monopoly and development imperative- the starting point of China's global responsibility on climate change (Mar 15th )

Lecture 4: The "go out strategy" and Confucius' global mercantilism (Mar 22nd )


Readings (to be completed)

A.       Barry Naughton: The Chinese Economy: Transition and Growth, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 2007

B.        Dirk Bronger / Johannes Wamser: Indien – China: Vergleich zweier Entwicklungswege Münster: Lit Verlag, 2005

C.        David Lampton: The Three Faces of Chinese Power, Berkeley: University of Califonia Press, 2008

D.       Richard H.K. Vietor: How Countries Compete – Strategy, Structure and Government in the Global Economy, Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 2007

E.        Justin Yifu Lin/Fang Cai/Zhou Li, China Miracle: Development Strategy and Economic Reform, Hongkong: Chinese University Press, 2003.

F.        Jenny Glegg: China’s Global Strategy – Toward A Multipolar World, London: Pluto Press, 2009

G.       National Intelligence Council: Global Trends 2025 – A Transformed World, 2010.

H.       Stefan Halper: The Beijing Consensus: How China's Authoritarian Model Will Dominate the Twenty-First Century, Basic Books, New York, 2010

I.          中国21世纪议程管理中心: 发展的影响力-全球视野下的中国角色 (Overflowing Effect of China’s Development), 北京: 社会科学文献出版社, 2009.

J.         周天勇: 中国向何处去? 北京: 人民日报出版社 2010

K.       胡鞍钢: 世界对话, 北京: 中国出版集团,2010.



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