Cannot be taken with: EAS6143
Aims/Description: This is a core module for the MSc in Chinese Business and International Relations. It will first provide an understanding of the main structures and institutions of China's politics and economics. It then goes on to consider key issues such as: democratisation, human rights and the legal system; treatment of minority nationalities; China's political system as an example of Asian authoritarianism; income inequalities and poverty alleviation; China's strategy for economic development; the role of economic reform; and the open door policy and its impact on China's society.
Restrictions on availability: EMPTY
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