Chinese Outbound Tourism as an Instrument of Economic Statecraft
China's growing economic strength provides Beijing with potent instruments of economic statecraft to pursue political and strategic objectives. Yet studies of economic power and Chinese economic statecraft tend to concentrate on trade in goods, outbound investment, and international institutions. This article broadens this research program into trade in services by focusing on China's outbound tourism sector. Drawing on a variety of Chinese and English language sources, the authors describe the...[Show more]
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