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Economic liberalization and integration in East Asia

a post-crisis paradigm

by Yung Chul Park

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, England, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • East Asia
    • Subjects:
    • East Asia -- Economic policy,
    • East Asia -- Economic conditions,
    • East Asia -- Economic integration

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementYung Chul Park.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC460.5 .P375 2006
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3406599M
      ISBN 100199276773
      LC Control Number2005022296

      The current book attempts to comprehensively analyze the economic and environmental impacts of regional economic integration in East and South East Asia to the year This region has some of. Financial Deregulation and Integration in East Asia. Takatoshi Ito and Anne O. Krueger, editors. Conference held J Published in January by University of Chicago PressCited by:

        With multiple economic forums vying for institutional space, East Asian integration keeps attracting the scholarly minds. This book is one of the latest efforts of such kind with a focus on the domestic politics of : Min Gyo Koo. Deirdre McCann, in Globalization, Flexibilization and Working Conditions in Asia and the Pacific, 1 Introduction. As the processes of global economic integration have intensified in recent years, heightened concern has been shown for their social consequences (see, for example, ILO, a; World Bank, ).These concerns incorporate an awareness that ‘winners’ and ‘losers’ are.

      FOR THE PAST ten years, the economic growth and industrialization of many East Asian countries has been impressive by any measure of performance. The newly industrializing economies (NIEs) and Author: Yung Chul Park. A comprehensive picture of the effects of economic integration on industry location in less developed East Asia - particularly in Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and Myanmar - who pursued trade liberalization and economic integration after the s. Studies include detailed empirical analyses of regional industry locations as well as country overviews.


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Economic liberalization and integration in East Asia by Yung Chul Park Download PDF EPUB FB2

The author carefully and somewhat skeptically evaluates the current government-led East Asian economic cooperation movement to support, or be superimposed upon, the very successful market-driven East Asian economic integration process.

This book is a must read for anyone interested in the present and future of East Asia.'Cited by: This book examines East Asia’s economic development and integration following the Asian crisis of The book is divided into six parts.

Part 1 describes the development experiences of East Asia’s emerging economies, their characteristics and accomplishments, and then provides an overview of some of the critical failures of the East Asian development : Yung Chul Park.

Economic Liberalization and Integration in East Asia A Post-Crisis Paradigm Yung Chul Park. In this book Park argues for the continuing validity of an "East Asian" model of economic development that differs distinctly from the Washington Consensus.

Thanks to its sustained economic growth over the last several decades, Asia has become the world’s most dynamic region. Maintaining this impressive growth rate, however, requires market integration to ensure the free flow of goods, services, and capital across borders (ADB ).

Indeed, interplay of market forces and increased participation in trade have been decisive [ ]Author: Mustafa Moinuddin. Economic Liberalization and Integration in East Asia A Post-Crisis Paradigm Yung Chul Park. Analyzes in detail the achievements and failures of the pre-crisis East Asian paradigm of development; Critically reviews the IMF recovery programs for the crisis countries in East Asia; Proposes a.

Before the crisis, the most notable economic achievement of East Asia was rapid growth. This chapter analyzes the development experiences of East Asian economies, which share a number of structural characteristics.

Different growth models are then explored to understand the Asian miracle of economic growth and development, including the relevance of so-called Asian : Yung Chul Park. Reluctant floaters -- Intermediate regimes for East Asia -- Capital account liberalization -- Capital account liberalization and economic recovery in East Asia -- Prospects for capital account liberalization -- Economic integration in East Asia -- Trade integration -.

Economic Development and Cultural Change. Vol Number 4 | July SUBSCRIBE/RENEW. In this book the author argues for the continuing validity of an 'East Asian' model of economic development that differs distinctly from the Washington Consensus.

He argues that, while this model was undermined to some extent by the financial crisis, it remains robust and important in explaining economic events in East Asia.

Get this from a library. Economic liberalization and integration in East Asia: a post-crisis paradigm. [Yŏng-chʻŏl Pak] -- In this book, Park argues for the continuing validity of an 'East Asian' model of economic development that differs distinctly from the Washington Consensus. He argues that, while this.

Economic integration in East Asia and Asean – the long view The first stage of this development was the growth of Japan after the s and the subsequent economic liberalization and rapid.

policies to further assist economic integration and cooperation in East Asia. The main message of the paper is that, for regional economic integration and cooperation in East Asia, OECD countries—notably Japan, Korea, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and those in Europe—have played critical roles by maintaining stable macroeconomic andFile Size: KB.

Politics and Policy of East Asia’s Economic Future The Trans-Pacific Partnership is the most recent, and a highly ambitious, step along a familiar road of international economic liberalization and integration through multilateral trade-plus pacts.

If we consider the economic future of the Asia-Pacific region as a whole, the formation of an economic bloc that includes China and the establishment of standards for rule setting are both. Agricultural Issues Related to East Asia’s Economic Integration Masayoshi Honma 8.

Services Trade and Investment Liberalization Christopher Findlay 9. Economic Integration and International Migration in East Asia Tomohiro Machikita Monetary Integration in East Asia Eiji Ogawa and Kentaro Kawasaki PART IV: DRIVERS OF INTEGRATION Economic integration among the East and South East Asian region has been an important agenda item for the academic and policy communities in recent years.

The study provides insight into pursuing a concrete multilateral trade liberalization policy (combining ASEAN and other countries in East Asia) and throws more light on the on-going trade and Cited by:   This study is intended to be the most comprehensive textbook on economic integration in East Asia.

It introduces the reader to various issues related to the topic such as institutional building of FTAs; production networks and the location choice of MNEs; R & D and innovation; infrastructure development and transport costs; international migration and service trade; monetary integration Author: Christopher Findlay.

that East Asia should jump on the bandwagon of global liberalization as the region stands to benefit most from it. It may be inferred from the literature that the authors predict that deeper integration within East Asia would facilitate global liberalization and at the same time motivate policy-makers to improve.

"Economic Liberalization and Integration in East Asia: a post-crisis paradigm - by Yung Chul Park," Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, Asia Pacific School of Economics and Government, The Australian National University, vol. 22(1), pagesMay. Economic integration in East Asia has been largely market driven.

Attempts in the late s to establish an East Asian regional economic grouping failed to materialize for a number of reasons.

The purpose of this paper is to analyze East Asia™s experiences with financial liberalization and innovation with a view to assessing the extent to which liberal financial policies have contributed to economic integration in East Asia.

Section II discusses financial integration as a condition for an optimum currency area, Section III analyzes the.7. Agricultural issues related to East Asia’s economic integration Masayoshi Honma 8.

Services trade and investment liberalization Christopher Findlay 9. Economic integration and international migration in East Asia Tomohiro Machikita Monetary integration in East Asia Eiji Ogawa and Kentaro Kawasaki.Liberalisation of the services sector remains the next frontier in economic integration of the ASEAN.

Considerable goods trade liberalisation has been achieved under the auspices of multilateral (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade), regional (ASEAN Economic Community), and bilateral free trade agreements (FTAs).Author: Rashesh Shrestha.