Courses: Three Faces of Chinese Power (POLSB334001)

Spring 2014

Class Number: 1376
China’s extraordinary growth for the past 30 years has confirmed the power of free markets, while simultaneously challenging our thoughts on the foundations and limits of the market economy. Moreover, China’s ever-increasing economic freedom and prosperity have been accompanied by only limited steps toward greater political freedom and political liberalization, running counter to one of the most consistent patterns of political economic development in recent history. This course examines China’s unique economic and political development path, and the opportunities and challenges it accompanies. This course has three aims: 1) to facilitate an in-depth understanding of the political and economic development with Chinese characteristics, 2) to conduct a comprehensive analysis of three dimensions of Chinese economic, political and cultural power, and 3) to construct a thorough understanding of challenges and opportunities for China from its extraordinary developmental path.
Div: I; Haverford: Social Science (SO)
Enrollment Limit: 18;

Fulfills: Class Nbr: 1376 Div: I; SO

Department

Political Science (Web site)

Taught By

Oh,Seung-Youn

Meeting Times

T 7:00pm-10:00pm