A Political Economy Approach
Edited by Jehoon Park, T. J. Pempel and Heungchong Kim
The prospects and value of economic integration and regionalism in Asia are increasingly evident in what could turn out to be ‘the Asian Century’. It is within this context that this important book explores the critical economic issues, security concerns and political themes pertinent to Asia in general, and to East Asia in particular.
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- Regionalism, Economic Integration and Security in Asia A Political Economy Approach
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Towards Asia’s Century
- Chapter 3: Exploring an Ideal New Economy for Asia: The Path from the One to the Many
- Chapter 4: A Comparative Analysis on Regional Integration Communities and Implications for East Asia: A Regional Integration Index Approach
- Chapter 5: Multilateralizing East Asian Regionalism
- Chapter 6: Inter-regional Trade, Intra-regional Trade, and Globalization based on Regionalization
- Chapter 7: Lessons for East Asia: The EU Institutions – Catalyst for Integration?
- Chapter 8: The Role of the Benelux in the European Integration Process: Implications for East Asia
- Chapter 9: Reducing Security Tensions in Northeast Asia: Lessons from Economics and Institutions
- Chapter 10: Regional Cooperation and the DPRK Nuclear Issue
- Chapter 11: US–China–EU ‘Grand Compromise’: In Search of a New Saviour?
- Chapter 12: China’s Foreign Policy-Making in Post-Cold War East Asia with its Implications for Asian Regionalism
- Chapter 13: Conclusion: Expanding the Perspective Beyond Political Economy
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