Domestic Political Economy and China's "Going Out" Strategy

A roundtable discussion was hosted by the Centre for International Governance (CIGI) and the Foreign Policy Institute (FPI) at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) of Johns Hopkins University in Washington, DC. It focused on the connection between China's domestic political economy drivers of its new activism in foreign financial policy. The rountdtable discussed the domestic sources of the "going out" strategy, the role of China's domestic institutions in shaping its economic, and the impact of its financial engagement abroad on domestic reform.

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