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Identität und Außenwirtschaftspolitik der Volksrepublik China in Jahrzehnten der Krise

  • Dirk Nabers
Part of the Sonderheft der Zeitschrift für Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik book series (ZFAS, volume 5)

Zusammenfassung

Der Beitrag betrachtet den theoretischen Nexus zwischen Außenwirtschaftspolitik und Identitätswandel. Dabei wird Identität aus diskurstheoretischer oder poststrukturalistischer Perspektive analysiert. Es wird ein Idealtypus entworfen, der den Wandel von Identität beginnend mit einer dislozierten oder krisenhaften sozialen Struktur, über hegemoniale Politik, bis zur temporären Schließung der Struktur durch neue institutionelle Arrangements nachzeichnet. Die theoretischen Argumente werden anhand der chinesischen Außenwirtschaftspolitik nach der Asienkrise 1997 und der Weltfinanzkrise seit 2007/08 illustriert.

Schlüsselwörter

China Krise Identität Hegemonie Außenwirtschaftspolitik 

Chinese Identity and Foreign Economic Policy in Decades of Crisis

Abstract

The article looks at the theoretical nexus between foreign economic policy and identity change. By taking a discourse theoretical or poststructuralist perspective, an ideal type will be constructed that highlights the process from crisis or dislocated structure, over “hegemonic struggles“, to the temporary suture and institutionalization of novel identity structures. The theoretical arguments will be illustrated by analyzing Chinese foreign economic policies after the Asian Crisis that broke out in 1997, and the world financial crisis that started in 2007/08.

Keywords

China Crisis Identity Hegemony Foreign economic policy 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Dirk Nabers
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  1. 1.Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu KielKielDeutschland

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