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TitleDevelopment and structural change in Asia-Pacific [electronic resource] : globalising miracles or end of a model? / edited by Martin Andersson and Christer Gunnarsson
Imprint London ; New York : RoutledgeCurzon, 2003
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Descript xviii, 217 p. : ill

CONTENT

Introduction: perspectives on development in Asia-Pacific / Martin Andersson and Christer Gunnarsson -- Global istitutions and the state in Asia-Pacific. Global institutions and economic development : what have we learned? / Irma Adelman -- A tale of two crises : Latin America in the 1980s and the 'HPAEs' in the 1990s / John Weeks -- Neo-liberalism on the defensive but not defeated? : a comparative review of the Asian crisis and lessons for the future / Chris Edwards -- The IMF in the Thai economic crisis : villain or saviour? / Medhi Krongkaew -- Economic growth and social development in Malaysia 1971-98 : does the state still matter in an era of economic globalisation? / Ishak Shari -- Divergent development paths among the Asian miracles. Beyond policy explanations : towards an alternative analysis of economic development in the Asia-Pacific region / Martin Andersson and Christer Gunnarsson -- Education, equality and economic development in the Asia-Pacific economies / Anne Booth -- Growth and vulnerability before and after the Asian crisis : the fallacy of the universal model / Jomo K.S -- Epilogue, rest in peace or a relevant piece for the rest? : industrialisation models and the new regional division of labour in Asia-Pacific / Martin Andersson and Christer Gunnarsson


Structural adjustment (Economic policy) -- East Asia Globalization East Asia -- Economic conditions Electronic books.



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