PhD Master Class |'The Emerging Market-State Relationship in China and its Implication for the World Trading System'

PhD Master Class |'The Emerging Market-State Relationship in China and its Implication for the World Trading System'

Posted on behalf of Institute for Social Sciences Research

As part of the ISSR Global Scholar Programee, Dr Luyao Che will deliver a PhD master class.


The master class will focus on a highly controversial topic, which is the relationship between China’s unique market-state structure and the world trading system. The class aims to devote to an in-depth exploration of the instruments employed by contemporary China and the legal implications by them for the existing international economic order. Some of the most disputed concepts and issues, such as China’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs), “significant market distortion”, and “trade-distorting subsidies”, are covered by the master class.


One concept that will be highlighted in this class is nullification and cancellation of a dichotomy between the state and the market. This master reveals an ideological basis for China’s economic system underlying its structural peculiarity, which is the non-existence of a presumption on the market-state dichotomy. The master class offers an opportunity to reflect on the ongoing changes of the world trading system and update the conception of China’s involvement in these regimes. It will further introduce the views and primary sources from contemporary China and help enrich the literature.


Lunch will be provided in Room 2F14 1230-1.15pm

When
12 Jun 2019 at 12:30pm
until 12 Jun 2019 at 3:30pm
Where
Dalhousie Building
Room 2F15
Dundee
DD1 4HN

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