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Author Pacific Trade and Development Conference (33rd : 2009 : Taipei, Taiwan)

Title The politics and the economics of integration in Asia and the Pacific / edited by Shiro Armstrong
Published Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2011

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Description xviii, 209 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Series Pacific Trade and Development Conference series
Pacific Trade and Development Conference series.
Contents Overview and issues / Shiro Armstrong -- Beyond the golden era : Asia Pacific cooperation after the global financial crisis / Peter A. Petri -- Regional economic integration in Asia : the track record and prospects / Razeen Sally -- The influence of economics and politics on the structure of world trade and investment flows / Shiro Armstrong and Peter Drysdale -- Investment, production and trade networks as drivers of East Asian integration / Ralph Paprzycki and Keiko Ito -- Trade potential between mainland China and Taiwan / Xinpeng Xu and Yu Sheng -- The varying fortunes of ASEAN economic integration : what does the historical experience reveal? / Helen E.S. Nesadurai -- Managing deeper integration in Asia and the Pacific / Haryo Aswicahyono
Summary "The shape of economic integration in the global and regional economies--and the extent to which goods, services and factors of production move more or less freely across borders--depends not only upon underlying economic conditions but also upon politics. Whether integration is market-led, as has been the case in Asia, or institution-led as in Europe, there are political elements that affect all forms of regional and international economic integration. While geopolitics influences international economic integration, so too does domestic politics. Economic integration in Asia has been driven by rapid unilateral trade and investment liberalization and, while trade and investment patterns have been determined largely by comparative advantage, political forces have also affected patterns of economic interdependence. The form that regional institutions take, and their effectiveness, also depends on political relations between countries. The particular circumstances in Asia, and the relationships between regional economies has profoundly shaped regional institutions and will continue to do so. The chapters in this volume draw on papers originally presented to the 33rd Pacific Trade and Development Conference held in Taipei in 2009 to look in original ways at how politics shape economic integration and its various dimensions in Asia and the Pacific and globally."--Publisher's description
Analysis Australian
Notes Papers originally presented to the 33rd Pacific Trade and Development Conference held in Taipei, Taiwan in 2009
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Asia -- Economic integration -- Congresses.
Asia -- Politics and government -- 21st century -- Congresses.
Pacific Area -- Economic integration -- Congresses.
Pacific Area -- Politics and government -- 21st century -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Author Armstrong, Shiro.
LC no. 2011020637
ISBN 0203157672
0415690420
9780203157671
9780415690423