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Title (in Chinese) 亞太經濟新形勢:台灣面對國際秩序有效之主動作為與被動因應的個案研究
Title (in English) Dynamic Effectiveness of Taiwan between Proactivity and Reactivity to an International Order
Other Title La Dinamica Efectividad de Taiwan entre Proactividad y Reactividad ante un Orden Internacional
Institution 淡江大學
Department (in Chinese) 亞洲研究所數位學習碩士在職專班
Department (in English) E-Learning Executive Master's Program in Asian Studies
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Other Division Name
Other Department/Institution
Academic Year 103
Semester 2
PublicationYear 104
Author's name (in Chinese) 賈斯達
Author's name(in English) Gustavo Alejandro Cardozo
Student ID 701340092
Degree 碩士
Language Spanish
Other Language
Date of Oral Defense 2015-06-10
Pagination 89page
Committee Member advisor - 黃任佑
co-chair - 白方濟
co-chair - 邱稔壤
Keyword (inChinese) 台灣
中國
政治關係
貿易
相互依存
戰略關係
Keyword (in English) Taiwan
China
political relations
trade
interdependence
strategic relations
Other Keywords Taiwan
China
las relaciones politicas
Comercio
interdependencia
relaciones estrategicas
Subject
Abstract (in Chinese)
台灣經濟代理人在亞太地區對於「生產網絡」之鞏固佔有著領導地位,該地區擁有二十一
世紀全球最大經濟動態。但優惠貿易協定展示新的邏輯,要求各個國家主體進行政治與經
濟腳色的持續性合作。
台灣逆向亞太新形態,由於中華人民共和國(中共)的政治反制,分析台灣政府嘗試導引正
式區域整合及造成不同的結果,而這也限制了台北在緊隨其外交目標後在區域環境中模組
化經濟整合的能力。
此篇論文顯示出台灣的國際評論如何被國內挺中與反中兩派官僚而受到影響;重點指出北
京之影響及突出台北國家異類於區域事務中之不平等關係,承擔此國家於中國在東南亞影
響力非同凡響的近鄰中益增複雜的關係。
Abstract (in English)
Taiwanese economic agents play a leading role in the consolidation of a "production network" in Asia Pacific, the region with the greatest global economic dynamics in the XXI century. But preferential trade agreements impose a new logic that requires consistent cooperation of the political and economic actors of each national entity.

TAIWAN against the new configuration of Asia Pacific, analyzes the Taiwanese government attempts to guide the formal regional integration and exposes the different results due to political counterweight in the People's Republic of China (PRC), and this has limited the ability of Taipei in modeling the economic integration in its regional environment immediately after its diplomatic objectives.

This thesis shows how Taiwan's international profile is affected, from the inside, by conflict between pro- and anti-Chinese factions bureaucratic; with emphasis on the influence of Beijing and highlighting the unequal relations in regional matter that holds disparate Taipei States, assuming the increased complexity of relations of this country in the vicinity of Southeast Asia as China's influence increases significantly.
Other Abstract Los agentes economicos taiwaneses desempenan un papel de primer orden en la consolidacion de una “red de produccion” en el Pacifico asiatico, la region con mayor dinamica economica global en el siglo XXI. Pero los acuerdos de comercio preferencial imponen una nueva logica que requiere del concurso coherente de los actores politicos y economicos de cada entidad nacional. TAIWAN frente a la nueva configuracion de Asia del Pacifico, analiza las tentativas del gobierno taiwanes de orientar la integracion formal regional y expone los resultados diferenciados debido al contrapeso politico de la Republica Popular China (RPCh), situacion que ha limitado la capacidad de Taipei en modelar la integracion economica en su entorno regional inmediato en pos de sus objetivos diplomaticos. Esta tesis muestra como la proyeccion internacional de Taiwan es afectada, desde el interior, por los conflictos entre las facciones burocraticas pro y anti chinas; poniendo el acento sobre la influencia de Beijing y destacando las relaciones desiguales en materia regional que Taipei sostiene con Estados dispares, asumiendo la complejidad creciente de las relaciones de este Pais en el entorno del Sudeste Asiatico a medida que la influencia de China aumenta considerablemente.
Table of Content (with Page Number)
INDICE
Capitulo 1: Introduccion	1
1.1 Motivos y objetivos de estudio	5
1.1.1 Motivos de estudio	5
1.1.2 Objetivos de estudio	6
1.2 Marco teorico y metodos de estudio	7
1.2.1 Los antecedentes de estudio y teoria aplicada	7
1.2.2 Metodologia y metodos de investigacion.	11
1.3 Hipotesis y esquema de estudio.	12
1.3.1 Preguntas de investigacion	14
1.4 Delimitacion temporal	14
Capitulo 2: La politica favorable a los acuerdos de comercio preferencial.	17
2.1 El papel de Taiwan en la integracion economica del Sudeste Asiatico.	17
2.2 La diplomacia de Taiwan sobre los Acuerdos Comerciales en Asia.	28
2.3 Taiwan y la ASEAN: De la retorica a la limitacion practica	34
Capitulo 3: Los limites de proyeccion de Taiwan en Asia.	41
3.1 La diplomacia taiwanesa frente al APEC: estrategias y objetivos en la busqueda de reconocimiento internacional.	41
3.2 China-EE.UU.-Taiwan: Rivalidad e interdependencia en una relacion triangular compleja.	48
3.3 Taiwan y Japon: Entre la liviandad de la diplomacia y la pesadez de la integracion economica.	53
Capitulo 4: Taiwan entre proactividad y reactividad ante un nuevo orden economico internacional	61
4.1 De APEC a OMC-la naturaleza de estas y la competencia entre ambas partes del Estrecho de Taiwan en el acceso y dentro de las mismas.	61
4.2 Entre TPP y RCEP-los papeles que desempenan China y EE.UU.	64
4.3 La dinamica efectividad economica de Taiwan entre proactividad y reactividad.	71
Capitulo 5: Conclusiones.	77
Bibliografia...	81
Anexos documentales	87

 
TABLA DE CUADROS
Cuadro 1: Inversion Taiwanesa en China (1991-2009)	24
Cuadro 2: Flujos de IED por pais y por sector de actividad	25
Cuadro 3: Fortalezas y debilidades de la ASEAN	36
Cuadro 4: INTRA-APEC. COMERCIO DE BIENES (a) (US $ millones)	48
Cuadro 5: Principales socios comerciales de Japon	57
Cuadro 6: Expansion de la cooperacion economica de Japon en Taiwan	58
Cuadro 7: Magnitud de los Mega-acuerdos regionales	65

TABLA DE GRAFICOS
Grafico 1: Modelo de los Gansos Voladores	20
Grafico 2: Modelo de inversion Japones en Asia Pacifico	21
Grafico 3: El proceso de integracion mundial. Los Mega-Acuerdos	29
Grafico 4: El Espagueti asiatico	31
Grafico 5: Soft Power Taiwanes 	32
Grafico 6: Crecimiento de las economias de la ASEAN (2012-2016)	35
Grafico 7: Porcentaje de Flujo de Inversion en ASEAN(Taiwan-China-Corea)	37
Grafico 8: Objetivos de APEC	43
Grafico 9: La estrategia China en Asia y el rol de EE.UU.	49
Grafico 10: TPP-Caracteristicas	66
Grafico 11: RECP-Caracteristicas 	67
Grafico 12: Taiwan-RCEP-TPP	68
Grafico 13: Comercio y Acuerdos de Integracion 	69
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