Go east? The political economy of China and the future of South-North relations
We will explore the following questions:
- What is the driver for China`s capital export?
- Is China an “alternative globalizer”, creating a new context of development, or does it repeat old patterns of colonial exploitation?
- China is the center of manufacturing exports in the global economy. Is this growth model sustainable?
- What are spatial, social and economic limits to capitalist accumulation posed by a region as big as China?
Officials, scholars, students and members of NGOs interested in global political economy and development are cordially invited to attend. The workshop will be held in English. For organizational reasons please register: email@example.com
Minqi Li: Professor at the Department of Economics at the University of Utah. He researches global investments, financial flows and global imbalances with a particular focus on China and the US. Related work on the global ecological crisis and his world systems approach make him think about the very future of capitalism. Latest books: China and the Twenty-First Century Crisis (2015); Peak Oil, Climate Change, and the Limits to China’s Economic Growth (2014).
Dorothy Guerrero: Global Justice Now, London. She previously worked with Focus on the Global South (Bangkok), Asienhaus Deutschland and the Institute for Popular Democracy in the Philippines. She works on and writes about climate change and the impacts of world trade and investments on people’s livelihoods in Asia. Her publications on China‘s new role in the global political economy: https://www.tni.org/en/profile/dorothy-grace-guerrero
Mit freundlicher Unterstützung der OEZA