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論文名稱(中文) 緬甸在中國一帶一路倡議下發展的政治經濟學:國家-市場-社會視角分析
論文名稱(英文) The Political Economy of Myanmar's Development toward the China's Belt and Road Initiative in Myanmar: An Analysis of State-Market-Society Perspective
校院名稱 成功大學
系所名稱(中) 政治學系
系所名稱(英) Department of Political Science
學年度 108
學期 1
出版年 109
研究生(中文) 安凱亞
研究生(英文) Kyaw Htet Aung
電子信箱 kyawhtetaungame@gmail.com
學號 U16077013
學位類別 碩士
語文別 英文
論文頁數 106頁
口試委員 召集委員-周志杰
指導教授-宋鎮照
口試委員-譚偉恩
中文關鍵字 緬甸  中國  一帶一路倡議  政治經濟學 
英文關鍵字 Myanmar  China  Belt and Road Initiative  State-Market-Society Analysis 
學科別分類
中文摘要 none
英文摘要 After the political transition of Myanmar in 2011, Myanmar’s China policy has led the changes from the condition of state-to-state relations into the multi-layered relations and Myanmar’s Government has tried to reshape the larger public spaces and expand the foreign connection. Myanmar’s foreign policy has also challenged the Beijing’s economic and political interests in Myanmar in terms of the China’s mega investment projects such as the case of Myanmar’s Government one-sided suspension for Myit Sone Dam projects in Kachin State, Public Protesting against the China’s Kyauk Phyu Deep Sea Port, Public’s concern of Deb Trap on the New Yangon Development Project, and security concerns on the three Special Economic Zones (SEZs) projects along the China-Myanmar Border. In this sense, it could be argumentative to seek the controversial issues of the Myanmar’s Development and China-Myanmar Bilateral Relations toward the Belt and Road Initiative.
Moreover, Myanmar has agreed the China-Myanmar Economic Corridor (CMEC) which is strategically important for China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). Among the various China’s BRI projects in Myanmar, every case has the different characteristic, pattern, and situation, in terms of the different fundamental interaction on relations among the state, market and society. Therefore, this thesis seeks the three unique cases of BRI projects in Myanmar from the political economic perspective by using the state-market-society framework, such as the Kyauk Phyu Deep Sea Port Project (currently running), Myit Sone Done Projects (currently suspending), and the New Yangon Development Project (still negotiating).
At last, this research investigates the Myanmar’s Development pattern toward the China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) by providing the evidences from the three sectors, State, Market and Society and their interactions. And then, this research mainly argues that the changing relations among the State-Market-Society in Myanmar will play the crucial role for China’s long-term political and economic interests in Myanmar.
論文目次 Table of Contents

List of Figures 5
List of Tables 5
Abbreviations 6
Chapter 1 Introduction 7
1.1 Research Motivation 8
1.1.1 Myanmar’s Political Transition and Its Paradox 10
1.1.2 China’s Belt and Road Initiative in Myanmar & Myanmar’s Demands 14
1.1.3 China-Myanmar Bilateral Relations (2011-Present) & Its Complexity 17
1.2 Case Selection 19
1.3 Research Questions & Purpose of Research 20
Chapter 2 Literature Review & Theoretical Discussion 23
2.1 Economic Development and Foreign Direct Investment 25
2.2 Economic Development and International Relations 28
2.3 The Relationship among State, Market and Society 31
2.4 Summary 34
Chapter 3 Methodology 36
3.1 Research Method and Research Design 36
3.2 Conceptual Framework 37
3.3 Conceptualization and Operationalization of the Research 39
3.4 Data Gathering and Content Analysis 41
3.5 Research Limitations 44
Chapter 4 Studies on Kyauk-Phyu Deep Sea Port Project: State-Oriented 46
4.1 State-Market Interaction 50
4.2 State-Society Interaction 54
4.3 Market-Society Interaction 57
4.4 Summary 58
Chapter 5 Studies on Myit-Sone Dam Project: Society Oriented 61
5.1 State-Market Interaction 65
5.2 State-Society Interaction 68
5.3 Market-Society Interaction 71
5.4 Summary 72
Chapter 6 Studies on New Yangon Development Project: Market Oriented 75
6.1 State-Market Interaction 78
6.2 State-Society Interaction 82
6.3 Market-Society Interaction 86
6.4 Summary 88
Chapter 7 Conclusion 90
7.1 Findings and Implications 92
7.2 Policy Recommendations 97
References 99
Appendices 105
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