The European Union and East Asia: An Economic Relationship by Christopher M. DentThe European Union and East Asia: An Economic Relationship by Christopher M. Dent

The European Union and East Asia: An Economic Relationship

byChristopher M. DentEditorChristopher M. Dent

Paperback | October 5, 1999

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The world economy continues to be dominated by the Triad regions: Europe, North America and East Asia. This text analyses the economic relationship that has evolved between two Triadic powers: The EU and East Asia, and its future prospects, especially in the wake of the recent financial crises that have shaken the East Asian region.
This text argues that the EU must afford greater priority by promoting its economic relations with East Asia. By this remaining the weakest Triadic link, ths EU risks future geopolitical marginalization as the transpacific axis strengthens into the 21st century.
Christopher M. Dent is Senior Lecturer in Economics and European Studies at the University of Humberside and is the author of The European Economy: The Global Context (1997).
Title:The European Union and East Asia: An Economic RelationshipFormat:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 2 inPublished:October 5, 1999Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0415172004

ISBN - 13:9780415172004

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From Our Editors

Chris Dent’s insightful book examines the economic relationship between the European Union and East Asia. It also discusses future prospects, particularly in the wake of Asia’s recent financial crisis. Europe and East Asia contends that the European Union must provide greater priority to the promotion of its economic relationship with East Asian countries.

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"Chris Dent's new book is an extremely welcome contribution to elucidate our understanding of Asia-Europe economic relationships.."
--Henry Wai-chung Yeung, "Economic Geography