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China's energy security: the strategic value of co-opetition and the heritage of Hehe culture

Shan, Shan;
Open Access English
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
In the 21st century, increasing demand for energy stimulated by high rates of economic development has pushed China to increase imports, leaving the country highly dependent on foreign energy sources. China’s energy security is therefore under threat from the constant risk of supply falling short of demand. Historically, various approaches have been proposed to attempt to resolve or, at least relieve, this security issue but those discussions focus on either competition or cooperation. The combined approach, co-opetition has been applied in business and this research has attempted to combine these two approaches when dealing with energy security issues, thus the...
Subjects
free text keywords: L700, L900
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2.1 The Nature of Co-opetition…………………………………………………...47 2.1.1 Co-opetition in Business……………………………………………48 2.1.2 Co-opetition: An Inevitable Integration of World Resources........53 2.1.3 Co-opetition: Shaping Energy Security within the Economy, Military and Environment………………………………………………….57 2.1.4 Co-opetition: Peaceful Co-existence in Energy………………….68 2.2 Co-opetition within Game Theory…………………………………………..82 2.2.1 Conditions of Co-opetition within Game Theory………………..85 2.2.2 Co-opetition within a Model of Game Theory…………………...92 iii

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