China’s increasing engagement in global financial governance since the 2008 crisis has potentially significant ramifications for global financial rule‐making and standard‐setting. This article presents a novel analysis of China’s growing influence on the international stage and its consequences for the financial rules and standards that constrain policy makers in developing countries.
This work is part of the ‘Finance and Inclusive Growth in Low Income Countries: The Impact of Global Banking Regulation’ project.
Gruin, J. , Knaack, P. and Xu, J. (2018), Tailoring for Development: China’s Post‐crisis Influence in Global Financial Governance. Global Policy doi:10.1111/1758-5899.12566
Tailoring for Development: China’s Post-Crisis Influence in Global Financial Governance