Assessing	China's	Impact	on	Poverty	in	the	Greater	Mekong	Subregion	(Preliminary	pages)
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Assessing China's Impact on Poverty in the Greater Mekong Subregion (Preliminary pages)

by Hossein Jalilian

Since the dawn of the industrial revolution, and the ushering in of an era of global economic relations, the United States and Europe have been the core poles of economic power. However, China along with India is increasingly challenging the traditional economic hegemony. An issue of great importance is how this shift in the global economic balance of power will affect developing economies and the transition economies of the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS), which are located in China's backyard and deeply integrated into its economy through regional supply chains. This volume examines the relationship between transition economies and the rise of China through presenting empirical case studies from the GMS. In doing so, it offers insights into the effect of China on developing countries in general, and offers practical policy directions for the place-specific economies of the GMS.

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  • Publisher : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
  • Product Code : 9789814311885C00

About Author

Hossein Jalilian

Hossein Jalilian, Reader, University of Bradford, U.K., was the director of research at Cambodia Development Resource Institute (CDRI) (20072010).