China's Maritime Silk Road initiative : political-economic calculations of Southeast Asian states
University of California Press
China, investment, Maritime Silk Road, South China Sea., Southeast Asia, trade
This article focuses on China's Maritime Silk Road initiative, paying particular attention to Southeast Asia, the initiative's key focus. It examines the political and economic costs and benefits of participation in the initiative for Southeast Asian countries, identifies the rationales that may enhance or diminish the initiative's success.
Financially supported by the Pan Sutong Shanghai–Hong Kong Economic Policy Research Centre, Lingnan University.
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Paper also presented at Conference and international forum to discuss responses to the Belt and Road Initiative, Hong Kong, Dec 2016.
Chung, C.-P., & Voon, T. J. (2017). China's Maritime Silk Road initiative: Political-economic calculations of Southeast Asian states. Asian Survey, 57(3), 416-449. doi: 10.1525/AS.2017.57.3.416