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Asian Regionalism

107 Asian Regionalism
Author: 
Peter KATZENSTEIN, Natasha HAMILTON-HART, Kozo KATO, and Ming YUE
Publication Year: 
2000
Publication Number: 
107

Regionalism is of growing relevance to the political economy of Asia-Pacific. In the wake of the Asian financial crisis, this timely volume investigates in four different chapters the dynamics of Asian regionalism during the 1980s and 1990s. Specifically, it focuses on Japanese and Chinese business networks in Northeast and Southeast Asia and the effects of economic, monetary and financial policies on regional cooperation. Asian regionalism is an important factor that both complements and shapes corporate strategies and government policies in a globalizing economy.


CONTENTS

  • Preface
  • Contributors
  • Varieties of Asian Regionalism Peter J. Katzenstein
  • Open Regionalism and Japan's Systemic Vulnerability Kozo Kato
  • Chinese Networks and Asian Regionalism Ming Yue
  • Regional Capital and Cooperation in Asia Natasha Hamilton-Hart

Reviews

  • Peter Katzenstein is widely regarded as the foremost analyst of Asia's new regionalism. - Pacific Affairs

Authors

  • Peter J. Katzenstein is Professor of International Studies at Cornell University.
  • Natasha Hamilton-Hart is Assistant Professor at the National University of Singapore.
  • Kozo Kato is Associate Professor of Law at Sophia University, Tokyo.
  • Ming Yue received a Ph.D. in Government from Cornell University

ISBN (hardcover): 
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ISBN (paperback): 
978-1-885445-07-0
Price (paperback): 
$21.00