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  1. Trade in Asia

    Trade in Asia

    Edited by Richard Pomfret
    This comprehensive collection brings together contributions that have increased our understanding of trade in Asia. Early debates centered on the advantages and disadvantages of joining the global economy as exporters to the high-income countries, while trade within Asia was of minor importance. Increasingly, however, trade spilled across Asian borders, and as production chains became more complex attention has shifted towards the organization of international trade within Asia and specifically the operation of global or regional value chains. An original Introduction by the editor reviews the wider literature, in which key contributions often appeared in regional publications, working papers or other outlets that may be hard to access. Learn More
    2015   Hardback Price: $ 371.00   Web: $ 333.90
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  2. The Economic Development of South Asia

    The Economic Development of South Asia

    Edited by Prema-chandra Athukorala
    This three-volume set brings together a comprehensive selection of papers on development policy making and economic performance in the five major economies in South Asia – India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka – during the past half a century of the post colonial era. Learn More
    2002   Hardback Price: $ 973.00   Web: $ 875.70
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  3. The Economic Development of Northeast Asia

    The Economic Development of Northeast Asia

    Edited by Heather Smith
    Economic growth in Northeast Asia during the last 50 years has, by any standards, been remarkable. This major four-volume set draws together some of the most influential papers published on the growth and industrial transformation of the economies of Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Learn More
    2002   Hardback Price: $ 1,260.00   Web: $ 1,134.00
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  4. The Economic Development of Southeast Asia

    The Economic Development of Southeast Asia

    Edited by Hal Hill
    This group of economies is of interest for a number of reasons. Firstly, they feature great diversity – Singapore has one of the highest per capita incomes in the world, while several of the mainland Southeast Asian states are among the poorest. Brunei is a tiny oil sultanate, while Indonesia is the world’s fourth largest nation. In addition, several of these economies have been consistently among the world’s most open, while others are emerging from a long period of international commercial isolation. Thirdly, the group includes one sizeable country, the Philippines, which for reasons still only poorly understood has consistently under-performed compared to its potential. Four of the economies – Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand – grew extremely quickly in the three decades through to the recent Asian economic crisis. Lastly, the Asian economic crisis of 1997–98 particularly affected three of the countries – Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand. The factors explaining this sudden, and largely unanticipated, event are still only poorly understood. Learn More
    2002   Hardback Price: $ 1,379.00   Web: $ 1,241.10
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  5. The Economic Development of Modern China

    The Economic Development of Modern China

    Edited by Joseph C.H. Chai
    The Economic Development of Modern China traces the development of the Chinese economy from the mid-19th century to the present day. To accomplish this task, this collection brings together the most influential writings in this field during the twentieth century which were originally published in numerous specialized international journals and monographs. Learn More
    2000   Hardback Price: $ 1,113.00   Web: $ 1,001.70
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