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Matteo Dian

Professore associato

Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche e Sociali

Settore scientifico disciplinare: SPS/14 STORIA E ISTITUZIONI DELL'ASIA


Ultime tesi seguite dal docente

Tesi di Laurea

  • Explaining the Role of the 2015 Comfort Women Agreement between Japan and South Korea in Memory, Identity, and Healing
  • Perché Paraguay riconosce ancora Taiwan? Le dinamiche del conflitto tra Cina e Taiwan in America Latina

Tesi di Laurea Magistrale

  • "The Belt and Road Initiative in Mongolia: Assessing BRI and its Geostrategic and Geo-economic Implications in Mongolia"
  • Chaebols Reform Challenges during Moon Jae-in Government: The Samsung Case
  • China-Angola Strategic Partnership: Unraveling the 'Angola Model' and its Impact on Development Finance Practices of Western Countries and International Institutions.
  • Chips Unplugged: Weaponization of Interdependence, securitization of GVCs and the case of Korean memory chips
  • Indonesia and Global Governance: Between Norms and Interests
  • Is the Asian Infrastructure and Investment Bank promoting a new and "alternative" model of governance?
  • Italian foreign policy alignments: Italy’s foreign policy traditions and the short-lived rapprochement towards China
  • Leveraging Economic Dependency: Factors Underlying Success of Chinese Economic Coercion
  • Panama's Foreign Policy towards China: an Interpretive Perspective
  • Rebalancing with Chinese characteristics: National and international determinants of China's recent economic policies
  • STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES AND ECONOMIC REFORMS FROM 1993 UNTIL 2001 The Consolidation of the Socialist Market Economy in the years preceding Chinese WTO membership
  • Taiwan and Semiconductors: threats and opportunities from a critical industry
  • The concept of Wider Mediterranean within the context of Italian foreing and security policy
  • U.S.-LED SEMICONDUCTOR EXPORT CONTROL REGIME: A Case Study of U.S. Engagement with Japan and the Netherlands to Counter China’s Tech Rise
  • Vietnam's reforms from Doi Moi to WTO accession (1986-2006)