|Title||Crisis as catalyst : Asia's dynamic political economy / edited by Andrew MacIntyre, T.J. Pempel, and John Ravenhill|
|Imprint||Ithaca, NY : Cornell University Press, 2008|
|Descript||xii, 324 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
East Asia in the wake of the financial crisis. -- After the fall: East Asia exchange rates since the crisis. -- Banking systems a decade after the crisis. -- Containing the oligarchs: the politics of corporate governance systems in east Asia. -- Democratization, crisis, and the changing social contract in East Asia. -- Regional financial cooperation in east Asia since the Asian financial crisis. -- Trading out of crisis. -- Restructuring regional ties. -- The capitalist embrace: China ten years after the Asian financial crisis. -- Politics of economic recovery in Thailand and the Philippines. -- Institutions, economic recovery, and macroeconomic vulnerability in Indonesia and Malaysia. -- The Korean economic system ten years after the crisis. -- Conclusion: the political economy of East Asia: directions for the next decade.
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