The rise of China is the major event of the 21st century. This course starts with the impact of China’s opening and internationalization on the Chinese economy, and proceeds to examine the challenges of the rise of China to the global economic order. Topics include the impact of China on world trade and investment, the internationalization of Renminbi and its prospect as a global reserve currency, China’s bilateral and regional trade agreements, China and global energy and environmental issues, China’s impact on international bodies of economic coordination and governance (such as the Group of Twenty, the World Trade Organization, and the International Monetary Fund), and the analysis and assessment of the challenges of China to global economic, monetary, and financial governance.


1st Term
GLEF4010 Teacher: Staff [Course Outline]
2nd Term