China is often accused of not playing by the rules governing world trade and of being ruthless in its push for technological leadership. But to what extent are such concerns supported by the data? And how has the EU attempted to address the challenges posed by China’s trade and investment practices?
Can China match the success of its Asian predecessors ‑ Japan, South Korea and Taiwan ‑ and develop into a technological leader in the next decades or will the pace decrease as from now?
Working Paper N° 81
“Towards a new mediocre for the global economy? – The role of emerging market economies.”