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    Title: 兩岸經濟互動: 保護主義下與中國南方形成整合體制的可行性
    Economic Interaction across the Strait: The Feasibility of an Integration Regime in Southern China Among Protectionist Trends
    Authors: 莫詹姆
    Morris, James X.
    Contributors: 蔡中民
    Tsai, Chung Min
    莫詹姆
    Morris, James X.
    Keywords: 兩岸關係
    經濟合併
    保護主義
    兩岸經濟合作架構協議
    cross-strait relations
    economic integration
    protectionism
    ECFA
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2016-08-03 11:38:28 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The introduction of the Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement (ECFA) signed
    between China and Taiwan in 2010 has added a significantly important economic element to
    cross-strait relations. Little research has been done on cross-strait integration from an economic
    standpoint, and to analyze the potential for successful economic integration between the parties
    it is necessary to determine whether their political economies are compatible for integration. In
    this research comparative studies of the political economies of Taiwan and China are conducted
    with focuses on industrial orientation, market mechanisms, and the motivations driving major
    economic actors. This research focuses on Fujian and Guangdong, Taiwan’s closest economic
    partners on the mainland and the cornerstones of Beijing’s integration incentives, with a minor
    study conducted on Hong Kong-China integration due to similarities of economic integration
    mechanisms. This study uses models constructed by scholars on Chinese provincial
    protectionism and trade barriers to determine whether Taiwanese integration with the “Common
    China Market” will be mutually beneficial for the economies on both sides of the Taiwan Strait.
    Economic indicators, trade trends, and economic policy incentives indicate that integration under
    ECFA is amplifying trade asymmetries and is stalling real economic growth in Taiwan. Findings
    also show that trade liberalization has allowed major trade barrier and protectionism-creating
    phenomena that were once limited to the mainland to contribute to cross-strait competition
    regime among the economies studied. This research contributes to the fledgling body of
    academic research on cross-strait economic integration and its impact on the parties directly
    impacted by it. Implications of this study show that it would be beneficial for the speed of ECFA
    integration to be reigned in, and for Taiwan to use the trade agreement as a counter to pursue
    bilateral regional trade that can ensure its competitiveness.
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