Title: Economic corridors in Asia : paradigm of integration?
Authors: Arciniegas Carreño, Alexánder
Jha, Pankaj Kumar
Girón, Alicia
Delgado Caicedo, Jerónimo
Guzmán Cárdenas, Juliana Andrea
Saffee, Ahmad
Farwa, Ume
Ali Garewal, Guzanfar
Stanley, Leonardo E.
Cardozo, Gustavo
Arévalo, Kelly
García, Pío
Serikkaliyeva, Azhar
Tekir, Gökhan
Gómez, Diana Andrea
Editors: Caro Vargas, Soraya
Subjects: Cooperación internacional - América Latina
Cooperación internacional - Asia
Crecimiento económico -- América Latina
Crecimiento económico - Asia
Globalización
Geopolítica
Infraestructura (Economía)
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Bogotá : Universidad Externado de Colombia, 2020.
Abstract (Spanish): Global geopolitics has shifted dramatically over the last thirty years. After the vanishing expectations of a unipolar international system led by the United States, China has gained an increasingly dominant role in areas as innovative as quantum computing, robotics and artificial intelligence. In the ‘non-digital’ dimension, the eastern superpower has made gigantic investments in its Belt and Road Initiative, which include the development of a massive network of highways, industrial centers, harbors, pipelines and bridges, among many other works of infrastructure. These investments allow for the connection of more than 60 countries worldwide, guaranteeing China’s energetic security, easier conditions for trading goods and services and, perhaps more importantly, a significant influence in the political and economic events of the world.
Description: 460 páginas
URI: https://bdigital.uexternado.edu.co/handle/001/2784
ISBN: 9789587903812
Appears in Collections:MLC. Libros de investigación - Grupo de investigación: OASIS



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