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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  14 September 2023

Henry Gao
Affiliation:
Singapore Management University
Damian Raess
Affiliation:
University of Bern
Ka Zeng
Affiliation:
University of Arkansas
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China and the WTO
A Twenty-Year Assessment
, pp. v - vii
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2023
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Contents

  1. List of Figures

  2. List of Tables

  3. List of Contributors

  4. Preface

  5. Acknowledgments

  6. Introduction: China’s 20-Year Engagement with the WTO: Opportunities, Challenges, and Responses

    Henry Gao, Damian Raess, and Ka Zeng

  7. Part ISetting the Stage: Chinese Perspectives on China’s Accession to the WTO

    1. 120 Years On: China’s Role in the Multilateral Trading System

      Siqi Li and Xiaozhun Yi

    2. 2China’s Changing Perspective on the WTO: From Aspiration, Assimilation to Alienation

      Henry Gao

  8. Part IIPolitical and Economic Implications of China’s WTO Membership

    1. 3Assessing the Impact of WTO Accession on China’s Economic Growth: A Synthetic Control Approach

      Jing Li, Ye Liu, and Yinggang Zhou

    2. 4Two Decades of TRIPS in China

      Peter K. Yu

    3. 5The WTO and the Rule of Law in China

      Grant Aldonas

    4. 6China’s Accession to the WTO and Its Impact on Global Agricultural Trade

      Joseph W. Glauber

    5. 7China’s Use of Export Restrictions and WTO Law: Heading toward “Weaponization” of Exports?

      Iryna Bogdanova and Anqi Wang

  9. Part IIIChina and Global Trade Governance

    1. 8Tumult in the Trading System: The China Paradox, Declining US Institutional Power, and the Crisis at the WTO

      Kristen Hopewell

    2. 9China’s Relations with the Global South in the World Trade Organization

      Clara Weinhardt

    3. 10China and the BRICS in WTO E-Commerce and Fisheries Negotiations: Competition and Convergence

      Wei Liang and Ka Zeng

    4. 11The Impact of the WTO Dispute Settlement System on China: Effectiveness, Challenges and Broader Issues

      Weihuan Zhou

    5. 12China and WTO Reform

      Bernard Hoekman, Xinquan Tu, and Robert Wolfe

  10. Part IVResponses of China’s Trading Partners

    1. 13The Politics of Preferential Trade Liberalization with China

      Damian Raess

    2. 14Trade as a Foreign Policy Issue: A Bilateral Micro Perspective

      Tanja Schweinberger and Thomas Sattler

    3. 15The Post-Accession Treatment of Chinese Goods Exports by WTO Members

      Simon J. Evenett

    4. 16Small Steps toward the Next Phase of U.S.-China Trade Relations

      Simon Lester and Huan Zhu

    5. 17China’s Entry into the WTO: A Mistake by the United States?

      Jennifer Hillman

  11. Part VChina and Investment Governance

    1. 18A Comparison of Inbound and Outbound Investment Regulatory Regimes in China: Focus on Environmental Protection

      Matthew S. Erie and Jingjing Zhang

    2. 19China’s International Investment Agreement Policy: From Rule-Taker to Rule-Maker?

      Axel Berger

    3. 20China and Investor-State Dispute Settlement: Experiences and Prospects

      Manjiao Chi

    4. 21Chinese Firms in the US-China Trade War

      Soo Yeon Kim

    5. 22Technology Diffusion in the Triangle of China, the West and Developing Countries: The Contribution of Common Concerns of Humankind

      Thomas Cottier

  12. Index

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  • Edited by Henry Gao, Singapore Management University, Damian Raess, University of Bern, Ka Zeng, University of Arkansas
  • Book: China and the WTO
  • Online publication: 14 September 2023
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