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The Political Economy of East Asia

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The Political Economy of East Asia

Wealth and Power

2nd edition

9781800370586 Edward Elgar Publishing
Ming Wan, Professor and Associate Dean, Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University, US
Publication Date: October 2020 ISBN: 978 1 80037 058 6 Extent: c 392 pp
Offering a coherent overview of the historical and institutional context of enduring patterns in East Asian political economy, this updated and expanded second edition textbook explores the dramatic regional and international transformations that this key region has faced since the 2008 financial crisis.

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Offering a coherent overview of the historical and institutional context of enduring patterns in East Asian political economy, this updated and expanded second edition textbook explores the dramatic regional and international transformations that this key region has faced since the 2008 financial crisis.
 
Key features of the second edition include:
·   Utilizing an International Political Economy theoretical framework to offer a truly holistic view of the East Asian political economy
·   Visual aids, including maps and illustrative figures, to demonstrate the economic, demographic and institutional changes in the region
·   An empirical approach to political economy, employing cutting-edge research to provide students with a comprehensive guide to the subject
·   Expanded coverage of national security, focusing on how this has risen on the political agenda in East Asia
 
Insightful and illuminating, this textbook is ideal reading for both upper level undergraduate and post-graduate courses relating to the politics and political economy in East Asia, as well and for students and researchers of political science investigating recent changes in international relations, global industry and trade and East Asian governance.
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'This is a valuable and substantially updated edition. Ming Wan offers a discerning framework; consistent and easy-to-grasp evolutionary trends from the 19th century to 2020; insightful maps and data; and deep sensitivity to both regional trends and discrete national idiosyncrasies. Students and instructors alike will welcome its publication.'
– T.J. Pempel, University of California, Berkeley, US
Contents
Contents: Preface Part I: Introduction 1. Introduction 2. The East Asian National Systems of Political Economy Part II: Evolution of East Asian International Political Economy 3. The Chinese World Order 4. Modern Imperialism 5. The Cold War and the Economic Miracle 6. East Asia in Transition and China’s Rise Part III: Issues of East Asian Political Economy 7. The Political Economy of East Asian Production 8. The Political Economy of East Asian Trade 9. The Political Economy of East Asian Finance 10. The Political Economy of East Asian Monetary Relation 11. The Political Economy of East Asian Regionalism Conclusion Index



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