Samir Amin in Beijing: delving into China’s delinking policy: la politique chinoise de déconnexion

Translated title of the contribution: Samir Amin in Beijing: delving into China’s delinking policy

Francesco Macheda*, Roberto Nadalini

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Abstract

According to the neoliberal narratives, opening up to the world system has deformed the structure of the Chinese economy, thereby passively serving the needs of the centre. In his works, Samir Amin offers the theoretical basis to demystify such narratives. However, he only cursorily analysed the specific policies through which China has achieved the goal of subordinating the domestic market to the logic of internal development. This article attempts to fill this gap by investigating the strategy adopted by the Chinese authorities, which allowed the country to integrate itself into global relations without abandoning its strategy of delinking from imperialism.

Translated title of the contributionSamir Amin in Beijing: delving into China’s delinking policy
Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)119-141
Number of pages23
JournalReview of African Political Economy
Volume48
Issue number167
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 6 Nov 2020

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Other keywords

  • China
  • delinking
  • socialist development

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