The One Belt One Road Initiative
The One Belt One Road Initiative calls for heavy investments to enhance regional connectivity and has impact on several industries. How does this affect Education, Maritime, Economic, Trade and various other sectors?
This collection features some of the latest published research on the One Belt One Road Initiative, including a bonus special issue feature from Maritime Policy & Management on the challenges, opportunities and impacts of the Belt and Road Initiative.
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|China’s big idea: making sense of the Belt and Road Initiative||Mark Beeson|
|The BRI and RCEP: ensuring cooperation in the liberalisation of trade in Asia||David Vines|
|Risk assessment of China’s Belt and Road Initiative’s sustainable investing: a data envelopment analysis approach||Qinhua Xu & William Chung|
|Synergies between the Belt and Road Initiative and the 2030 SDGs: from the perspective of development||Ling Jin|
|The Belt and Road Initiative and the influence of Islamic economies||W. Travis Selmier II|
|Geoeconomics with Chinese characteristics: the BRI and China’s evolving grand strategy||Mark Beeson|
|The silk road economic belt: balance of interests||Yakov Silin, Larisa Kapustina, Italo Trevisan & Andrei Drevalev|