About 12th AIPEN Workshop | China and the Changing Global Political Economy

Hosted by the School of Political Science and International Studies, The University of Queensland

The COVID-19 pandemic has not so much changed but catalysed trends in the global political economy following the global financial crisis and the rise of China as an important centre for capitalist accumulation. Key drivers within geopolitical economy are increasingly shaping the nature of global production, investment, trade and development financing. Considerations here could include securing supply chains, cyber-security and the sharing of sensitive technologies, great power competition, and managing state capitalism, which have all come to the fore for policymakers and firms, even as transnational flows remain a central feature of the global political economy. What do these dynamics mean for the future of capitalism? What are the implications for China’s own development trajectory, and its growing global economic footprint?

The Call for Papers is now closed.

Registration is essential; the link to register has been sent directly to accepted Workshop delegates.

For more information, contact the workshop convenor Associate Professor Shahar Hameiri


Sir Llew Edwards Building (#14), The University of Queensland, St Lucia Campus