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    題名: 台灣與中國大陸的貿易互賴關係-全球傳播理論架構分析(1979-2005)
    Trade dependence between Taiwan and Mainland China from the global communication theoretical framework (1979-2005)
    作者: 羅娜
    Ilona Aleksejeva
    貢獻者: 高安邦
    Kao,An-Pang
    羅娜
    Ilona Aleksejeva
    關鍵詞: 台灣
    中國大陸
    貿易
    全球傳播理論
    互賴
    Trade dependence
    Taiwan
    China
    global communication
    日期: 2005
    上傳時間: 2010-04-23 19:31:06 (UTC+8)
    摘要: Introduction
    Global communication environment is shaped by technological development in the telecommunication sector and expansion of a multinational (and increasingly global) network of private corporations. Increased trade and economic integration promote civil and political freedom directly by opening society to new technology, communications and democracy. It appears that global communication links are widespread and growing among economic and scientific elites. This study tries to explore how communication technologies development helps to lower transaction cost, enhance more trade across the Taiwan Strait and furthermore generate impact on political arena.
    As a Taiwan’s economic policy toward China, as a China’s economic policy toward Taiwan influenced by the corporate interests of the business groups and global communication networks promotes economic interests. Both, China and Taiwan have become major economic players in the international community. However, Taipei and Beijing have little formal direct dialogue, but they communicate using a public diplomacy , Internet (B2B e-commerce) and mass media. Telecommunication technologies provide a possibility for business elites in Taiwan and mainland China to communicate and create a great amount of bilateral trade between the two sides. Trade between mainland China and Taiwan has increased significantly over the last decade, because both Taiwanese and Chinese share the same language, customs and culture – and this factors save transaction costs.
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    國立政治大學
    臺灣研究英語碩士學位學程
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