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China and Global Financial Governance: Centripetalism, Elevation and Disparity

Emerging Countries and China in the G20: Reshaping Global Economic Governance. Studia Diplomatica Vol. LXIII, N.2 Chin, G.T., 2008. China’s Evolving G8 Engagement Complex Interests and Multiple Identity in Global Governance Reform. In: A. F. Cooper and A. Antkiewicz, eds. Emerging Powers in Global Governance-Lessons from the Heiligendamm Process. Wilfrid Laurier University Press China Financial Net, 2009. Central Bank of Malaysia buys into Chinese RMB Bonds. 20th November. Available at: http://www.zgjrw.com/News/2010920/home/395381895201

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No Synonyms: Global Governance and the Transnational Public

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What Scope is there for Multilateral Diplomacy as a Basis for Global Governance?

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Tax Competition as a Challenge to the Governance of Global Economy

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Rethinking Global Care Chains through the Perspective of Heterogeneous States, Discursive Framings and Multi-Level Governance

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International Space vs. International Environment: New Phenomena and New Challenges for Poland’s Foreign Policy

). Foreign Policy in a Transformed World. London: Routledge. Wójcik, A. (2013). Culture in the Theory of International Relations. In: Schreiber, H. & Michałowska, G. eds. Culture in the Theory of International Relations . Vol. 1. Warsaw: Cultural Turn, p. 33. Wright, Q. (1965). A Study of War. Chicago: Chicago University Press. Zachara, M. (2012). Global Governance. International Order After the End of US Century. Krakow: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego. Zacher, L. W. (2006). Post-information Society in the Context of Society

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The Political Economics of the New Silk Road

), “China’s Shadow Foreign Policy: Parallel Structures Challenge the Established International Order,’Merics: China Monitor, no. 18, 28 October. Retrieved from: http://www.merics.org/fileadmin/templates/download/china-monitor/China_Monitor_No_18_en.pdf [accessed in October 2015] Huang, Y. (2015), “Don’t Let ‘One Belt, One Road’ Fall into the Trap of Japan’s Overseas Investments,” Zhongguo Gaige Wang, 10 February. Inotai, A. (2010), ‘Impact of the global crisis on trade relations between the European Union and China,’ in Hungarian

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A New Economic Governance Model for Greece in the 21st Century

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Poverty in Abundance: Is Corruption an Answer?

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With the challenges of inequality so embedded in the political and economic infrastructure and their origin at least in part associated with national and global forces outside and beyond the control of the city, remediation is extraordinarily difficult. Only with innovation and imagination is inequality likely to be touched. Only if we are willing to look at the informal as well as the formal economy, and ignore the common wisdom about corruption and squatting and hidden capital, are we likely to find some partial answers to the burdens under which the most progressive and prosperous cities labour. (Excerpt)

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Shock Therapy – Rethinking the Global Order

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The most obvious lesson from the recent crisis is that today's version of unfettered capitalism is unable to selfcorrect. For the past 30 years and more, perhaps, the neoliberal model of capitalism has ruled supreme, promoting ultimate freedom in markets and the globalisation of finance to apparently deliver endless prosperity to all through consumption-led growth. The result has been massive environmental damage, depletion of natural resources and a growing gap between rich and poor. The model is unravelling, as the hidden costs are surfacing everywhere. Asian governments are being called upon to wake up and understand that to rely on the market to correct the inefficiencies in the allocation of resources is at best futile and naive and at worst plain dishonest.

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