China's Porous Protectionism: The Changing Political Economy of Trade Policy
Scott Kennedy analyzes China’s growing use of antidumping regulations to protect its domestic industry. He finds that the accused foreign firms’ surprising victories are due not to the existence of liberal Chinese political elites or an impartial Chinese bureaucracy, but rather are the result of lobbying by foreign companies and their Chinese customers. Globalization generates powerful pro-liberal non-state forces even in authoritarian states.
Playing Our Game: Why Chinaʼs Rise Doesnʼt Threaten the West, Edward S. Steinfeld Reviewed by Scott Kennedy
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