The Dynamics of Political and Economic Interactions Between Mainland China and Taiwan
John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Faculty of Business and Law
School of Accounting, Finance and Economics
The purpose of this article is to examine the trade and economic linkages across the Taiwan straits from the dynamic economic and political perspectives. In particular, we study the pattern and structure of the cross‐straits trade and business linkages using game theory arguments. We assess the increasing economic interdependence between Taiwan and Mainland China, particularly the enduring political deadlock, by examining issues related to “Taiwanification”, the dynamic instability, Taiwan's Mainland policy, and Taiwan in Beijing's Grand Strategy.