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2021–22 WILSON CHINA FELLOWSHIP - Essays on China and U.S. Policy

27 May 2022

Denmark is the Vice President of Programs and Director of Studies; Senior Advisor to the Asia Program; and Senior Fellow in the Kissinger Institute on China and the United States at the Wilson Center. [...] As Wilson Center President and CEO Ambassador Mark Green stated in the 2nd annual Wilson China Conference, “The Wilson Center was chartered by Congress some five decades ago for… the purpose of ‘strengthening the fruitful relation between the world of learning and the world of public affairs.’”1 The Wilson Center and its Wilson China Fellows— with the generous support of the Carnegie Corporation o. [...] The second key factor is the degree of state ownership and intervention in the great power’s economy.32 If the government has a direct stake in the survival of major firms, and if major firms have substantial influence in the government, then the government will be especially inclined and capable of shielding firms from foreign competition and helping them move overseas when profits dry up at home. [...] S.-China relations? More specifically, can the United States weaponize its position on the supply chain effectively to contain China? Have China’s businesses collapsed after the launch of the tech war? This paper starts with the state-business alliance behind China’s joint venture period and the engagement with the global value chain period, when the incentives of the state and firms were often mi. [...] policies, one has to explore and understand the evolving state-business coalitions in China before and after the tech confrontation and the disruption of the supply chain.
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