Examining the EU-China Relationship in the Aftermath of the Economic Crisis

Po-Kuan Wu, Mads Dagnis Jensen

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Abstract

The article highlights the rationale of the special issue in terms of its objectives and guiding principles. It maps different evolutions and challenges within three analytical streams (1) regarding the field of policy analysis, (2) concerning the interaction between domestic and international affairs, and (3) with regards to the transformation of European Union governance in troubled times. These three research avenues highlight how not only European governance itself has evolved in a changing world, but also how the analysis of interests, institutions, and policy-making has morphed, oftentimes transgressing disciplinary and methodological boundaries.
The article highlights the rationale of the special issue in terms of its objectives and guiding principles. It maps different evolutions and challenges within three analytical streams (1) regarding the field of policy analysis, (2) concerning the interaction between domestic and international affairs, and (3) with regards to the transformation of European Union governance in troubled times. These three research avenues highlight how not only European governance itself has evolved in a changing world, but also how the analysis of interests, institutions, and policy-making has morphed, oftentimes transgressing disciplinary and methodological boundaries.
LanguageEnglish
JournalInternational Journal of Public Administration
Volume40
Issue number14
Pages1223-1236
ISSN0190-0692
DOIs
StatePublished - 2017
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • Eu-China relations
  • Market economy status
  • Tibet
  • Depression
  • Dalai Lama
  • Mercantilism
  • Liberalism

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