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China and the Future of Globalization: The Political Economy of China's Rise

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An FT SUMMER READ 2020

The forces of globalization have transformed the world economically, but in the West politics is becoming increasingly fractured as living standards stagnate for all but the very wealthy. As a result, alienation and nationalism are on the rise. China, in the meantime, has become the most powerful economy in the world from the same forces of globalization which have imprisoned the west. Here, Grzegorz W. Kolodko parses the economic system in China and brings his uniquely clear and far sighted analysis to bear on the global economy. Through a qualitative and extensive quantitative economic analysis of the global economy, and it's tilt towards Asia, Kolodko offers prescriptions on how the west can learn from China's approach, and make globalization work for citizens once more. An essential book for scholars and students of political economy, from one of the West's most authoritative scholars and practitioners.

Cover:
Paperback
Edition Number:
1
ISBN:
9781788315500
Pages:
200
Author:
Kolodko Grzegorz
Publisher:
BLOOMSBURY
Release Year:
2020
Grzegorz W. Kolodko is Professor of Economics at Kozminski University in Warsaw, and founder and Director of the TIGER Institute of Economic Affairs. He is a former Deputy Prime Minister of Poland and Minister of Finance, where he was a key architect of the economic reforms that brought Poland into the OECD in the 1990s. He is the author of Whither the World: The Political Economy of the Future (Palgrave, 2014) and of Truth, Errors and Lies: Economics and Politics in a Volatile World (Columbia University Press, 2011). He has written widely for international media and his books have been translated into 16 different languages.

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Initial reflections

Chapter One: Economy and security

1. Cold War Two
2. Cascade of threats
3. Technology and politics

Chapter Two: The century of Asia with China leading the way?

1. A country in the middle of Asia
2. New Silk Road instead of exporting revolution
3. Nobody likes a hard landing

Chapter Three: People and goods in the changing world

1. Between a demographic explosion and a population deficit
2. How long, how fast?
3. Where is the East, where is the West?
4. Myth of the free market being perfect

Chapter Four: Socialism, capitalism or Chinism?

1. Economy – society – state
2. In search of equilibrium
3. Socialism with Chinese characteristics or corrupt crony capitalism?
4. Whither China and what business is it to others
5. Tertium datur

Chapter Five: Recipe for crisis

1. At the expense of many for the benefit of few
2. Legally but immorally

Chapter Six: What do the Chinese ask about?

1. Right questions at the right time
2. What students want to know
3. Chinese panoply of questions

Chapter Seven: New pragmatism with Chinese characteristics

1. Vision rather than illusions
2. 16+1 initiative
3. China coming to our rescue?

Final reflections
References

Index

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