East Asian Transformation

Author: Jeffrey Henderson
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136841121
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From the re-emergence of Japan as an industrial power in the 1950s through to the contemporary rise of China as a potential economic and political behemoth, the story of East Asian development has been central to any serious analysis of the dynamics and trajectory of the global political economy. Integrated into a coherent, critical narrative, this book examines key political-economic and social dynamics that helped forge the ‘miracle’ economies of East Asia and continue to drive them forward in the volatile circumstances of our current epoch. It analyses the relation between the state and markets; the changing nature of economic governance and its relation to inequality; and the rise of China and its international consequences. Historically informed and comparative in nature, the book contributes to the analysis of the transformations of Japan, Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia and China, and is the first to cover the ground in one volume. Written by a leading analyst of East Asian development, the book engages with the relevant issues and debates, in an open, non-technical language, making it useful as an advanced textbook not only for East Asian studies, but more generally in international political economy and development studies.

East Asia

Author: John King Fairbank
Editor: Wadsworth Publishing Company
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East Asia Tradition Transformation

Author: John King Fairbank
Editor: Houghton Mifflin School
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East Asian Transformation

Author: Jeffrey Henderson
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 113684113X
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This book brings together benchmark essays in the field of global political economy, covering the key political-economic issues of East Asian development: the relation between the state and markets; the changing nature of economic governance and its relation to inequality; and the rise of China and its international consequences.

Asian Transformation

Author: Gilbert Khoo
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Higher Education Governance In East Asia

Author: Jung Cheol Shin
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9811324697
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This book deepens our understanding of how higher education governance has recently changed in the rapidly developing higher education systems of East Asia. Focusing on China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia and Taiwan, it explains the implications of how state-centered political systems interpret political and economic environments such as neoliberalism, as well as how each system is coping with global pressures. The book makes a valuable contribution to organization studies in higher education by investigating and detailing how individual higher education institutions are responding to their new environments.

Asian Transformation

Author: Gilbert Khoo
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Continuity And Transformation

Author: Sang Jin Ahn
Editor: Peter Lang Incorporated, International Academic Publishers
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Using two nineteenth- and twentieth-century Korean religious developments (Donghak and Minjung Theology) against the Confucian-Shamanist cultural milieu, Sang Jin Ahn describes religious synthesis as the key to cultural transformation in East Asia. The synthesis involves the melding of the past (various religious traditions) in view of the present (sociohistorical context). From the particular vantage point of one who is thoroughly familiar with Eastern and Western cultures, Dr. Ahn draws a sketch of East Asian religious traditions and then engages in a dialogue with the contemporary global theological trend.

A History Of East Asian Civilization East Asia The Modern Transformation

Author: Edwin Oldfather Reischauer
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Technology Transfer And East Asian Economic Transformation

Author: Rudi Volti
Editor: Shot Historical Perspectives o
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Rudi Volti explores how the transfer of foreign technologies contributed to the rapid development of the East Asian economies of China, Japan, Taiwan, and Korea.

Order Of East Asia

Author: Honghua Men
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 9811546541
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This book describes the past, present and future of East Asian order, and analyzes how China, Japan, the U.S and ASEAN play important roles in the transformation of East Asian order, and discusses the new logic of regional order formation in the era of globalization and regional integration. The book analyzes China’s relationship with East Asian order, great powers and regional institutions involved, especially bilateral relations between China and Japan, China and the U.S., China and ASEAN, and explores how China could improve its regional strategy. Addressing a hot topic in world politics from the angle of regional order, and using methods such as historical analysis, comparative analysis, quantitative analysis and case study, this readable book enables readers to develop an understanding of the history and status quo of East Asia and China’s role in the region.

East Asian Economies

Author: Toshihiko Kawagoe
Editor: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
ISBN: 9789813016972
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East Asia is regarded as growth center in the world today, even as political tension in that region remains high. Economic growth has spilled over from Japan to the Asian newly industrialized economies, as well as to the middle-income countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nation (ASEAN) through foreign trade and investment. Despite economic growth, an East Asian multilateral security scheme was never created. Will this situation change in the new international environment? With these trends in mind, the collection of articles in this volume sheds light on economic and political issues of natural in East Asia. The articles discuss a comprehensive range of topics:Macroeconomic performance,foreign direct investment, trade policies, financial markets, security arrangements, surveys of recent developments in South Korea, People's Republic of China, and Taiwan.Integration within ASEAN focusing on AFTA and sub-regional co-operation. Integration of Indochinese economies in to greater Southeast Asian markets.

A History Of East Asian Civilization

Author: Edwin Oldfather Reischauer
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East Asia

Author: Edwin O. Reischauer
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The Village Concept In The Transformation Of Rural Southeast Asia

Author: Associate Professor of South-East Asian History and Indonesian Mason C Hoadley
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780700703500
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Using examples from Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand, the book considers what scholarship has defined as a village within the rapid changes taking place in rural Southeast Asia.

East Asia The Modern Transformation

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East Asia The Modern Transformation

Author: John King Fairbank
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Taiwan S Transformation

Author: John J. Metzler
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137564423
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This book presents a cogent but comprehensive review of Taiwan’s socio-economic transformation from a Japanese colony to a thriving East Asian mini-state. Since the 1980’s, Taiwan has primarily been viewed as a thriving economic model. Though certainly true, this assessment belies the amazing social and political success story for 23 million people on a small New Hampshire-sized island just off the China coast. Metzler highlights the engaging political narrative of democratization as well as Taiwan’s noteworthy accomplishments despite the proximity and opposition of communist China. Further, the result of the 2016 elections and its implication are analyzed. Scholars studying East Asia and policy makers will gain a greater appreciation for the island’s dynamic, prosperous resilience, despite pressure from China.

East Asia The Modern Transformation

Author: John King Fairbank
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South Asian Economic Development

Author: Moazzem Hossain
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415122870
File Size: 15,25 MB
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The notion that South Asian economies have tended to be less successful than those of East Asia is critically examined and the reasons why discussed. Countries covered include Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Key issues examined: * agriculture and rural development * labour market and human resource development * trade and industry policies * foreign investment and technological capabilities * foreign aid and economic development * financial development and economic performance * poverty, inequality and economic development * regional economic co-operation * 'green' development.