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Economics - Regional / Spatial Science | The Political Economy of Asian Regionalism

The Political Economy of Asian Regionalism

Capannelli, Giovanni, Kawai, Masahiro (Eds.)

Jointly published with Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo, Japan

2014, XVI, 193 p. 7 illus., 3 illus. in color.

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  • Presents new ideas and perspectives on the creation of an Asian economic community
  • Discusses key issues of the reforms and innovations needed in the current institutional architecture to promote further economic integration
  • Written by well-known experts in the field of Asian economic integration and cooperation

This book contributes to the theoretical and empirical literature on Asian regionalism, with a focus on the innovations needed to reform the current institutional architecture in Asia. After reviewing the key issues and challenges related to the political economy of Asia’s economic cooperation and integration, the book discusses various aspects of regionalism from political and economic perspectives. It looks at the rationale for regional collective action and reviews the trend of economic integration with a focus on the implications of the global financial crisis. In addition to reviewing the key issues related to the development of regional institutions for integration, the book analyzes issues such as trade and finance and deals with the implications of regionalism in terms of the introduction of domestic reforms in Asian countries before discussing the possible formation of a region-wide economic community. The eight chapters of the book are based on respective papers initially prepared for the Asian Development Bank Institute Conference  2010.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Asian integration and cooperation - Asian regionalism - Asia’s institutional architecture - Creation of an Asian economic community - Regional cooperation in trade and finance

Related subjects » Development Economics - International Economics / European Integration - Regional / Spatial Science

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