Abstract：International order results from the interplay of concepts, institutions, and powers in particular international environments. Any major change in the international affairs has an important impact on the international economic order and even changes it to a greater or lesser extent. The paper aims to contribute in the following aspects in order to make up for inadequacies in the existing research. Firstly, the authors try to define and explain the international economic order in the perspective of structured concept and system science, and propose a main analytical framework, including the essential meaning and generative dimensions at the primary level, environments in narrow and broad senses at the second level, and qualitative indicators at the third level. Secondly, the paper summarizes the threedimensional mechanism of “concept-institution-power”, discussing the operational rules underpinning international economic order shaped by concept, institution, and power. Thirdly, the authors analyze the changeability and moldability based on the components and environments of the international economic order as well as the role of the hegemon and great powers. Fourthly, according to the moldability in the aforementioned aspects of international economic order and the threedimensional mechanism, the article explores the feasible path and effective measures to promote Chinas international status, strategic strength, as well as the development of international economic order in a more equitable and reasonable direction.
吕虹、孙西辉. 国际经济秩序变迁的理论与现实——基于结构化概念的分析[J]. 太平洋学报, 2019, 27(9): 82-94.
LV Hong, SUN Xihui. Theory and Reality of the Evolution of International Economic Order: Analysis Based on the Structured Concept. 太平洋学报, 2019, 27(9): 82-94.