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Annual Report on the Development of Canada (2014)
2015年06月05日  

Abstract  

Annual Report on the Development of Canada (2014) , which comes as the first blue book that dedicates to an in-depth research of Canada’s national conditions in China, is designed and hosted by Prof. Zhong Weihe, president of Guangdong University of Foreign Studies and Prof.Tang Xiaosong, Director of Center for Canadian Studies GDUFS.  Editorial board members took part in writing the book are experts from Guangdong University of Foreign Studies , Endicott College in the U.S., University of Macau, and Shanghai University of Finance and Economics.  

Today , China has become Canada’s largest source of overseas investment , second largest trading partnerand source of imports , and third largest export market.  In turn , Canadaranks China’s thirteenth largest trading partner. Therefore, gaining deeper understanding and launching in-depth research into Canada’s national conditions have become an urgent and practical need for the Chinese government ,enterprises , and academia.  In respect of the external relations, Canadaput economic diplomacy in the first place by strengthening its traditional trading partnership with the United States and Europe while at the same time continuously exploring the emerging markets in Asia and Latin-America. With intimate economical and political relationship to the United States and Europe, Canada sees the Sino-Canadian relationship as an important bilateral relation and upholds relatively independent foreign policy with China. However, for the purpose of seeking Western interests, some developedcountries, especially the United States and leading powers in Europe, sabotaged the Sino-Cnadian relationship by making destructive factors inpolitics, economy, military, culture, and human rights. These accumulated negative factors added to the uncertainty in Sino-Canadian relationship development. Therefore, attaching importance to the studies of Canada’s national conditions and Sino-Canadian bilateral relationship comes not only important in seeking China’s national interest, but also helpful inpromoting the healthy and benign development of Sino-Canadian bilateral relationship.  

This book, which iscomposed of five parts, launched an in-depth analysis to the hot issues of political situation, diplomatic affairs, economic management, socialsecurity, environmental governance, and cultural education in Canada with an emphasis on the studies of Canadian diplomacy and Sino-Canadian bilateralre lationship. Its innovation lies not only in the creative theoretical research and policy research it applies, but also in the break through it brings to the research field and research methodology. The book is of important significance in enriching domestic theoretical research, policyanalysis, and strategic evaluation in the field of Canadian studies. Moreover, it can also be utilized as a tool to provide reference for governments, enterprises, and all sectors of society.

 

 

Contents

BⅠ General Report

B.1 2013~2014 Canadian Development:Retrospect and Prospect.Zhong Weihe, Xiao Gang/001

BⅡ Politics and Diplomacy

B.2 Study on Canada’s Cyber Security Strategy...........................................TangXiaosong/020

B.3 Canadian Foreign Policy in a Post-WestphalianWorld.............................MichaelKilburn/033

B.4 Decoding the Brand DNA of Canada’s NationalImage:Analyzing,Diagnosing and Challenging
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Liu Chao, Zhang Ting, Liang Ziyu and Wen Yongzhi/047

B.5 The Cultural Diplomacy of Canada towards China......................HuWentao, Hao Guang/081

B.6 Research on Canada’s Pragmatic Diplomacy Policy with China.............Chen Guochang/091

 

BⅢ Energy and Economy

B.7 Sino-Canadian Energy Security Indicators Measure and the Prospects of Bilateral Energy Cooperation.................................................................................................................LinJue/102

B.8 Research on Canada’s Role in Sino-US Petroleum............................................Liu Dan/117

B.9 Research on Economic and Trade Relations between China and Canada.......Jiang Yong/134

B.10 Research on Canada’s Response to International Trade DisputesWang Yan, Zhang Lei/144

B.11 A Probe into Canada’s Banking Industry and Financial Regulation System........................
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Cheng Yonglin/164

B.12 Research on Financing Mechanism of Canada’s Enterprises.........Tang Sheng, Dai Lan/181

B.13 Research on Corporate Social Responsibility inCanada.........Zhu Wenzhong, Shen Rui/199 

 

BⅣ Environment and Society

B.14 The New Development of Canadian Food Safety Legal System.............Han Yonghong/223

B.15 Research on the Environmental Governance in Canada.....................Huang Liangxiong/237

B.16 Practices and Experiences in Canadian Environment Collaborative Governance.Cai Lan/250

B.17 Research on the Social Security System and Pension System in Canada......Liu Yuzhen/264

B.18 On the Current Situation and Upcoming Challenges of Canada’s Non-governmental Organizations..................................................................................Luo Yuanhang, Yang Weiyu/282   

 

BⅤ Culture and Education

B.19 An Overview of Business Education in Canada...........................................Wu Yiming/297

B.20 Research on Canada’s Undergraduate Education............................................Yu Fang/312

B.21 Research on the Postgraduate Education in Canada........................................Miao Lei/324

B.22 Canadian Civic Education in the Multi-cultural Context...............................Wei Hailing/337 

B.23 Canadian University’s Ranking and its Trend.....................................ZhengChunsheng/352 

B.24 Research on the Entrepreneurship Education in Canada’s Universities............Chen Jian/358

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