China in the Multilateral Development System: From a Taker to a Giver
- Monday, Dec 3, 2012
Presentation by:Dr. Yu YeResearch fellow, Shanghai Institutes for International StudiesVisiting fellow, CSIS Freeman Chair in China StudiesModerated by:Christopher K. JohnsonSenior Advisor and Freeman Chair in China StudiesChina used to be a "taker" in the multilateral development system, but is increasingly expected to be a "giver". In a world with more than 200 multilateral development programs, funds and organizations, how China goes about forum-shopping will likely have a great impact on all other countries. While China praises the role of the World Bank in its development and considers itself as having a special role to play in expanding the social and economic functions of the UN system, China also has great incentives to create its own multilateral institutions. The outcome will likely depend on how successfully China can further its regional or cross-regional agendas with others.
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