The Political Economy Of East Asia: Regional And National Dimensions

Paperback | June 15, 2011

byKevin G. Cai

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In a systematic study of the political economy of East Asia, Cai adopts an historical perspective alongside a contemporary focus, exploring East Asia's development since the late 19th century. Following similar paths to economic development, East Asian states have achieved economic success, integrating themselves into a regional economy.

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In a systematic study of the political economy of East Asia, Cai adopts an historical perspective alongside a contemporary focus, exploring East Asia's development since the late 19th century. Following similar paths to economic development, East Asian states have achieved economic success, integrating themselves into a regional econom...

KEVIN G. CAI is Associate Professor and Director of East Asian Studies at Renison College, University of Waterloo, Canada. He has published in a variety of professional journals and elsewhere. His other book in this series is entitled The Politics of Economic Regionalism: Explaining Regional Economic Integration in East Asia.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8.61 × 5.63 × 0.64 inPublished:June 15, 2011Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230298710

ISBN - 13:9780230298712

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Table of Contents

Preface to the Paperback Edition
Introduction
The Historical Origin of the East Asian Political Economy, 1895-1945
The External Setting and Internal Dynamics in the Post-1945 Era
The Japanese Political Economy Since 1945
The South Korean Political Economy Since 1945
The Taiwanese Political Economy Since 1945
The Chinese Political Economy Since 1949
The Political Economy of Regional Integration in East Asia
Conclusion

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"This book is destined to be a standard reference on East Asian political economy for years to come. Its historical sweep, along with an ability to focus on contemporary developments in a thoughtful way, distinguishes Cai's treatment from others in the field."--Patrick James, Professor and Director of Centre for International Studies, University of Southern California, USA"This volume is a much-awaited contribution to the study of complex internal and external, and regional and national dynamics of the political economy in East Asia. It will certainly become required reading for students of East Asia."--Jae Ho Chung, Professor and Director of the Institute of Chinese Studies, Seoul National University, South Korea"Given the growing regionalization of world economy and accelerating Asian economic integration, a comprehensive and systemic survey on the political economy of East Asia is more significant than ever. This book provides a timely contribution to pressing academic needs."--To-hai Liou, Professor of Diplomacy and Director, the Centre for Australian Studies, National Chengchi University, Taiwan"East Asia now has everyone's attention. In this systematic and insightful study, Kevin Cai documents the unique combination of national initiative and regional integration that converted East Asia from a backward and easily ignored region into a global powerhouse, on the verge of recasting the foundations of the international economy."--Ken S. Coates, President of the Japan Studies Association of Canada