Part I

October 28-29, 2021

The first part of the workshop on China’s role in global economic governance took place as a virtual event on October 21-22, 2022. The event was sponsored by the Institute of Advanced Study and the Chair of European and Global Governance at Munich School of Politics and Public Policy at the Technical University of Munich.

Presented papers

  • China’s going global and adapted governance, Yukyung Yeo
  • Who is the Revisionist Power? Understanding China’s Impact on the Multilateral Trading System, Kristen Hopewell
  • China’s Multilateral Cooperation Strategy, Chris Humphrey 
  • The China as a Responsible Minor Stakeholder? – A different Lens of Analyzing China’s role in the Governance of International Development Finance, Jue Wang
  • Chinese Leadership and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: Convergence or Divergence of Global Economic Governance, Jilong Yang 
  • Complex delegation designs in multilateral development financing: China’s strategies of formal and informal influence in the World Bank (IBRD) and in the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), Julia Esser-Grimm
  • Supportive Institution-Builder and Contested-Multilateralist: Explaining China’s Conflicting Initiatives in Global Economic Governance, Eugenia C. Heldt, Henning Schmidtke & Omar R. Serrano
  • China and the International Economic Order, Kevin Gallagher


Tanja Börzel

Eugénia da Conceição-Heldt

Julia Esser-Grimm

Kevin P. Gallagher

Tamar Gutner

Kristen Hopewell

Chris Humphrey

Susan Park

Margaret Pearson

James Reilly

Henning Schmidtke

Omar Serrano

Jue Wang

Jilong Yang

Yukyung Yeo