Guoyong Liang, Haoyuan Ding
July 2, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 128 Pages - 12 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780367363147 - CAT# 324519
Series: Routledge Focus on Economics and Finance
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An unprecedented trade war broke out between the world’s two largest economies in 2018 and escalated subsequently. It is the first major economic conflict happened in the era of globalization, with its aftermath going far beyond trade. The trade war weighs heavily on China and the United States and threatens the world economy and the global trading system.
This book provides a timely account of the US-China trade war with insights into its causes and consequences. Examining through the lenses of both history and theory, it analyses the context and causes of the trade war, the intertwined processes of tariff combat and trade negotiations, and the impacts on international trade, foreign direct investment, macroeconomic performance and firm behaviour. It also addresses the long-term strategic and geopolitical implications of the ongoing trade and economic confrontation.
The book will appeal to those interested in international economics and politics, global governance and development.