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Through its participation in G20 summits and by playing a significant role in global efforts to fight the global financial crisis in 2008, China has come onto the centre stage of global economic governance, and contributed to improved global macroeconomic policy coordination and global growth in the G20. Since the 2014 Brisbane summit, China has shown a heightened interest in leading the agenda of the G20. China has also become more confident in the G20, leading it to more actively participate and seek out a greater say within the global economic governance system. Given the size of China’s economy and its large...
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  • Alex He

    Xingqiang (“Alex”) He is a CIGI research fellow. He is a research fellow and associate professor at the Institute of American Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS). His academic interests focus on domestic politics, with an emphasis on interest group politics in the U.S., China-U.S relations. He also studies interest groups in China and their roles in China's foreign economic policy making, China and the G20, China and global economic governance.