China's state-centered Development Model and its Role in International Relations

11 November 2010 (Block 3: Development Strategies)

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About the lecture:
With incredible growth rates and ever expanding economic influence, China has arguably the most important developing economy in world. This lecture will analyse the development trajectory of China, focussing on both its internal and external strategies.

Dr. Frans-Paul van der Putten
Frans-Paul van der Putten is a research fellow at Clingendael, the Netherlands Institute for International Relations. As part of the Asia Studies team, his main interest lies with China. Currently he is engaging in a project looking at China as an emerging great power. His PhD thesis was on political instability and European multinational corporations in China in 1903-1941. He has previously held research positions at Leiden University and Nyenrode University.

www.clingendael.nl/cscp/staff/?id=371

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