China’s economy is headed for a decline sooner rather than later, says foreign policy expert Daniel H. Rosen in this illuminating commentary. Policy reversals and misguided incentives in the name of national security show the Chinese Communist Party’s attempts at self-preservation, he writes, and China’s financial markets and economy will not reach full throttle until the government effects needed reforms. Students of geopolitical economy will find this article on China’s challenges particularly instructive.
About the Author
Daniel H. Rosen is a founding partner of the research and consulting firm Rhodium Group, where he heads the firm’s work on Asia.