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|Title:||Accounting for Taiwan's Economic Policy toward China|
|Issue Date:||2008-12-30 14:52:46 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract:||This article explores the ideas, institutions, and interests in which Taiwan's economic policy toward China is embedded. The authors indicate that the ideas behind Taiwan's economic policy toward China are as vibrant as ever, the political foundation for a coherent and feasible policy is eroding, and commercial interests are digressing from the Taiwan government's policy goals. Political forces around ideas have strong hearing on the formation of Taiwan's economic policy toward China. The truthfulness or falseness of the security argument is of intrinsic value to Taiwan's decision makers. The authors also point out that in order to have a complete picture of cross‐Strait economic relations, we need to specify how trade and investment with China influence Taiwan's distribution of political interests.|
|Relation:||Journal of Contemporary China,13(41),733-746|
|Appears in Collections:||[政治學系] 期刊論文|
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