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The international political economy of the renminbi : currency internationalization and reactive currency statecraft

The international political economy of the renminbi : currency internationalization and reactive currency statecraft (Loan 1 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Chey, Hyoung-kyu, author.
Title Statement
The international political economy of the renminbi : currency internationalization and reactive currency statecraft / Hyoung-kyu Chey.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ;   New York, NY :   Routledge,   2022.  
Physical Medium
xvii, 188 p. ; 25 cm.
Series Statement
Routledge frontiers of political economy
ISBN
9781032077833 (hardback) 9781032077864 (paperback) 9781003211532 (ebook)
요약
"Although the internationalization of the Chinese renminbi is an important international political event, most of the studies of it place their analytical focuses largely just on China itself, the issuer of the currency. In contrast, this book addresses the question of how foreign states have responded to the renminbi's internationalization, during its initial phase through the 2010s, and thereby breaks new ground in exploring the international politics of currency internationalization. It builds a theoretical framework for analyzing a state's policy toward renminbi internationalization, developing the key concept of reactive currency statecraft. It then applies this framework to the four select cases of the United Kingdom, Japan, South Korea and the United States. This book reveals that all four of these countries have deliberately utilized their policies related to renminbi internationalization as means of achieving their own foreign policy goals associated with China, goals that have been principally economic in some cases but political in others. Remarkably, the predominant mode of response to the renminbi's internationalization has been accommodative. Even the United States and Japan-China's chief geopolitical and also international currency rivals-have never attempted to actively suppress it. This study provides new insights to anyone concerned with the transformation of the world monetary order, while also contributing a valuable analysis of the international politics surrounding the rise of China"--
Content Notes
The politics of reactive currency statecraft -- The rise of the "people's currency" -- The United Kingdom: a passionate advocate -- Japan: a diplomatic user of the renminbi -- South Korea: a late but active accommodator -- The United States: a confident hegemon.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [156]-181) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Renminbi. Coinage, International.
Subject Added Entry-Geographic Name
China --Foreign economic relations.
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520 ▼a "Although the internationalization of the Chinese renminbi is an important international political event, most of the studies of it place their analytical focuses largely just on China itself, the issuer of the currency. In contrast, this book addresses the question of how foreign states have responded to the renminbi's internationalization, during its initial phase through the 2010s, and thereby breaks new ground in exploring the international politics of currency internationalization. It builds a theoretical framework for analyzing a state's policy toward renminbi internationalization, developing the key concept of reactive currency statecraft. It then applies this framework to the four select cases of the United Kingdom, Japan, South Korea and the United States. This book reveals that all four of these countries have deliberately utilized their policies related to renminbi internationalization as means of achieving their own foreign policy goals associated with China, goals that have been principally economic in some cases but political in others. Remarkably, the predominant mode of response to the renminbi's internationalization has been accommodative. Even the United States and Japan-China's chief geopolitical and also international currency rivals-have never attempted to actively suppress it. This study provides new insights to anyone concerned with the transformation of the world monetary order, while also contributing a valuable analysis of the international politics surrounding the rise of China"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

1.Introduction


2. The Politics of Reactive Currency Statecraft


3. The Rise of the "People''s Currency"


4. The United Kingdom: A Passionate Advocate


5. Japan: A Diplomatic User of the Renminbi


6. South Korea: A Late but Active Accommodator


7. The United States: A Confident Hegemon


8. Conclusion


References


Index

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