Taiwanese Business or Chinese Security Asset: A changing pattern of interaction between Taiwanese businesses and Chinese governments

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Overview

This book investigates how China has used Taiwanese investment and treated Taiwanese investors to pursue political reunification. The book’s main supposition is that both Chinese central and local governments have strategic considerations with respect to Taiwanese businesses. Consequently, through detailed case studies of three cities: Tianjin, Kunshan and Dongguan, the author explores the changing interaction between Taiwanese businesses and the Chinese government, and seeks to provide an explanation of this changing pattern of interaction in the cross-strait political economy.

Through her unique empirical research, Lee shows how Chinese local governments, although being driven by short-term goals, also contribute to the goal of achieving political reunification, and argues that central and local governments complement each other as a consequence. By stressing the importance of long-term political goals and the state’s policy interests and preferences, this research intends to address the various political implications attached to Taiwanese investment in China. This timely and important study presents some of the first systematic empirical research published in English (or any other Western language) focusing on Taiwan’s entrepreneurs (taishang) on the Chinese mainland.

The book will be of interest to students and scholars of Taiwan Studies, Chinese Politics, Political Economy, Chinese Business and economics.

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Meet the Author

Chun-Yi Lee is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the DFG Research Training Group Risk & East Asia at the Institute of East-Asian Studies, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 1. State-Society/Government–Business Relations 2. Complementary Interests of Central and Local Chinese Governments 3. The Interaction Between Taiwanese Businesses and Local Chinese Governments from 1987 to 1993 4. The Interaction Between Taiwanese Businesses and Local Chinese Governments from 1994 to 1999 5. The Interaction between Taiwanese Businessmen and Local Chinese Governments from 2000 to 2004 6. The Interaction between Taiwanese Businessmen and Local Chinese Governments from 2005 to 2010 7. Conclusion

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