This course is primarily intended to provide an informed perspective about the evolving process of China’s political and economic transition and development during the past three decades. We will analyze Chinese economy from micro- and macro- economic and political perspectives, combining theoretical and empirical studies.
Students are expected to
The Introduction to the Political Economy of China course is offered at China Europe International Summer School (CEISS).
You can apply until:
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Three parts of the evaluation will be calculated as follows:
Naughton, Barry. 2007. The Chinese Economy: Transitions and Growth. The MIT Press. (Hereafter Naughton)
Recommended Books:Brandt, Loren and Thomas G. Rawski. 2008. China’s Great Economic Transformation. Cambridge University Press. (Hereafter B-R)
Students of social sciences (incl. law, economics, business), sciences and engineering at senior undergraduate or graduate level with an interest in business, governance, commerce and sustainability. A general background in either business or economics is desirable, but no specific expertise is required.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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