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The Secret of Lobbying in China

Author : Susann Lüdtke
Publisher : Nomos Verlag
Release : 2020-05-20
Category : Political Science
ISBN : 9783748906124
File Size : 36,9 Mb
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Book Summary: Was sind die Geheimnisse von Lobbying in China? Wie können Unternehmen Technologienormen in der energieeffizienten Bauindustrie beeinflussen? Durch mehr als 250 Interviews mit Vertretern von Industrie, Wissenschaft und Parteistaat in den Großräumen Peking, Shanghai und Guangzhou zwischen 2013 und 2015 wurden vier detailierte und spannende Fallstudien durchgeführt sowie ein Phasen-Modell entwickelt, welches verlässlich die für Unternehmen nützlichsten Lobbyingziele, -strategien und -ressourcen bestimmt. Dieses Buch schließt damit eine Lücke in der bisherigen Lobbying-Forschung, da der Fokus auf Einfluss statt nur Teilhabe liegt. Es gibt nicht nur Empfehlungen, um Unternehmenslobbying zu gestalten und Lobbyingerfolg zu beurteilen. Einige Erkenntnisse lassen sich auch auf Lobbying von Unternehmen in anderen, ähnlich technologieintensiven Industrien sowie auf staatliche Entscheidungsprozesse in China übertragen. Susann Lüdtke fokussiert sich auf Unternehmenslobbying in China und beschäftigt sich mit dem Einfluss der Industrie auf Normungsaktivitäten am Beispiel der energieeffizienten Bauindustrie in China.

Hidden Hand

Author : Clive Hamilton,Mareike Ohlberg
Publisher : Optimum Publishing International
Release : 2021-07-03
Category : Political Science
ISBN : 9780888903082
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Book Summary: Headline: The Globe and Mail: Legal challenge halts Canadian, U.S. and U.K. release of book critical of Chinese Communist Party by Robert Fife That said it all. The hands of the Chinese Communist Party were going on the offence. The 48 Group Club a China friendly group of former UK ambassadors and Prime Ministers were embarrassed by their connections to a Club founded by key members of the Chinese Communist Party of Britain who's chair Stephen Perry suggested that China's approach to world order and rule was superior to democracy and the UK should embrace them. Asked if he believed the lawsuit was an effort by the Chinese government to stop the publication of his book, Mr. Hamilton said: “I have no evidence of that, although it should be noted that the Chinese government has used lawfare in the past.” Lawfare is the use of legal action as part of a campaign against a target. Governments around the world are in the early stages of a repositioning of power, as China rises and the United States is drawn into direct competition. However, some are beginning to wonder whether, for all of the economic benefits, engaging with China carries unseen dangers. The Chinese Communist Party is now determined to reshape the world in its image. The party is not interested in democracy. It divides the world into those who can be won over and enemies. They have already lured many leaders to their corner; others are weighing up a devil's bargain. Through its exercise of ‘sharp power,’ the party is weakening global institutions, aggressively targeting individual corporations, and threatening freedom of expression from the arts to academia. At the same time, security services are increasingly worried about incursions into our communications infrastructure. Indeed, the vaunted Great Firewall is a temporary measure, only necessary until the party has transformed the global conversation. In December 2019, the CCP's obsession with social control led it to suppress expert warnings about the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan. Most alarming for the West was the active collaboration of the WHO in spreading the CCP's version of events. It was a shocking example of the widespread co-optation of global institutions by the CCP, as described in Hidden Hand. As soon as Beijing thought it had the virus under control, it began a global propaganda blitz, presenting China's authoritarian system as a model for the rest of the world. Western media and pundits soon began echoing the Party line. Hidden Hand is a detailed and devastating expose of Chinese Communist Party influence in the West, including Canada. It could not arrive at a better time in Canada, with relations between Ottawa and Beijing reaching breaking point after two years of mounting tension. China's bullying behaviour, and the mobilising of people loyal to the Chinese Communist Party on the streets of Canada's cities, has caused deep disquiet among Canadians. But the government seems paralyzed. Hidden Hand shows how Canada's political, business, academic and cultural elites have over many years been co-opted by the Chinese Communist Party and its agencies. They are confused about what is in Canada's national interests and frequently do Beijing's bidding. Hidden Hand shows how the Chinese Communist Party represents a profound threat to Western democracy. It's vital reading for Canadians who want to understand what is really happening, and points to a way of carving out a new diplomatic course with China. But the question remains: Does the government have the will to stand up to Beijing and its proxies in Canada or is it too late?

The Business of Lobbying in China

Author : Scott KENNEDY,Scott Kennedy
Publisher : Harvard University Press
Release : 2009-06-30
Category : Political Science
ISBN : 9780674039490
File Size : 25,8 Mb
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Book Summary: Based on over 300 in-depth interviews with company executives, business association representatives, and government officials, this study identifies a wide range of national economic policies influenced by lobbying, including taxes, technical standards, and intellectual property rights. These findings have significant implications for how we think about Chinese politics and economics, as well as government-business relations in general.

SUMMARY - The Hundred-Year Marathon: China’s Secret Strategy To Replace America As The Global Superpower By Michael Pillsbury

Author : Shortcut Edition
Publisher : Shortcut Edition
Release : 2021-06-25
Category : Business & Economics
ISBN : 8210379456XXX
File Size : 20,8 Mb
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Book Summary: * Our summary is short, simple and pragmatic. It allows you to have the essential ideas of a big book in less than 30 minutes. By reading this summary, you will discover how China aspires to become a global superpower by following the strategic plan of the Hundred Years Marathon. You will also discover : that the Chinese Communist Party is following in the footsteps of the country's ancient dynasties; the key points of the Hundred Years Marathon; what China's lobbying of foreign leaders and media looks like; what the world would look like under Chinese rule; how the U.S. can respond to this strategy. While it was in the winning side at the end of World War II, China was in great economic difficulty. The country then experienced a civil war between 1945 and 1949, which pitted Mao Zedong's Chinese Communist Party against Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalist Party. In the end, it was the Communist camp that won, leading to the creation of the People's Republic of China in October 1949. Since that time, the party leaders, also known as the "Chinese Falcons", have implemented a strategy: the Hundred Years Marathon. The aim of this plan is to avenge China's political and economic humiliations of the past century. Thus, the country gives itself until 2049 to dominate the world economically and geopolitically, in place of the United States. How does China intend to do this? *Buy now the summary of this book for the modest price of a cup of coffee!

National Journal

Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1998-07
Category : Legislation
ISBN : STANFORD:36105021754663
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China's Outward Foreign Investment

Author : Xiaofei Li
Publisher : University Press of America
Release : 2010-08-13
Category : Business & Economics
ISBN : 9780761852643
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Book Summary: This book explores the characteristics of China's outward foreign investment, its motivation, its sector distribution, and its geographical distribution to illustrate the current pattern of 'merchant-state dualism' in China's overseas foreign direct investment. It thus concludes that merchant-state dualism is the most suitable model for explaining contemporary Chinese government-business relations.

In the Jaws of the Dragon

Author : Eamonn Fingleton
Publisher : Macmillan
Release : 2008-03-04
Category : Political Science
ISBN : 1429974206
File Size : 52,8 Mb
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Book Summary: In recent years, popular wisdom has held that opening American markets to Chinese goods was the best way to promote democracy in Beijing---that the Communist Party's grip would quickly weaken as increasingly affluent Chinese citizens embraced American values. That popular wisdom was wrong. As Eamonn Fingleton shows in this devastating book, instead of America changing China, China is changing America. Although this process of reverse convergence has been swept largely under the carpet by knee-jerk globalists in the American press, Americans will soon be hearing much more about it. Nowhere is the pattern more obvious than in business. Many top American corporations---Boeing, AT&T, the Detroit automobile companies, among them-openly collaborate with the Chinese Communist Party. In a stunning rejection of Western values, Yahoo! even provided the Chinese secret police with vital evidence that resulted in a ten-year jail sentence for one of its Chinese subscribers, a brave young dissident, under draconian censorship laws. Selling the American national interest short, countless other corporations abjectly do Beijing's lobbying in Congress. This book---the culmination of twenty years of study---also breaks new ground by revealing the secret behind China's phenomenal savings rate. Top leaders literally force the Chinese people to save through a highly counterintuitive---and, to ordinary citizens, virtually invisible---policy called suppressed consumption. This practice, which is to economics roughly what steroids are to sport, is fundamentally incompatible with Western ideas of fair global competition. It is reinforced by an Orwellian system of political control that, as Fingleton reveals, utilizes an ancient bureaucratic tool called selective enforcement---a form of blackmail that instills a silent reign of terror throughout Chinese society. Most worryingly, selective enforcement can readily be unleashed on any American corporation with interests in China---which is to say just about every member of the Fortune 500. While the Chinese people's rising affluence is, of course, an occasion for wholehearted rejoicing, Uncle Sam should give the Chinese power system a wide berth---lest he catch his coattails in the jaws of a dragon.

China Panic

Author : David Brophy
Publisher : Black Inc.
Release : 2021-06-01
Category : Political Science
ISBN : 9781743821497
File Size : 35,8 Mb
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Book Summary: In 2014, Chinese president Xi Jinping said there was an ‘ocean of goodwill’ between our country and his. Since then, that ocean has shown dramatic signs of freezing over. Australia is in the grip of a China panic. How did we get here, and what’s the way out? In this brilliant book, David Brophy takes apart Australia’s China debate – its strange alliances and diplomatic failures. Justified criticism of China has too often given way to paranoia and exaggeration. While the xenophobic right hovers in the wings, some of the loudest voices decrying Chinese subversion come, unexpectedly, from the left. They call for new security laws, increased scrutiny of Chinese Australians and, if necessary, military force – a prescription for a sharp rightward turn in Australian politics. In China Panic, Brophy offers a progressive alternative. Instead of punitive moves and chest-beating that will only make Australia more like China, we need solutions and strategies that strengthen Australian democracy. ‘The most stimulating book I've read on the most important question facing Australian foreign and strategic policy. Brophy is not just answering questions others have asked, he's asking new questions.’—Allan Gyngell, author of Fear of Abandonment ‘Anyone who wants to know how and why Australia’s China narrative has descended to such a dismal point needs to read China Panic.’—Wanning Sun, professor of media and communications, UTS ‘David Brophy dissects the clichés and prejudices . . . China Panic is essential reading.’’—Linda Jaivin, author of The Shortest History of China