18 edition of Multinationals and East Asian integration found in the catalog.
1997 by International Development Research Centre and Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore in Ottawa, ON, Canada .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Wendy Dobson and Chia Siow Yue.|
|Contributions||Dobson, Wendy., Chia, Siow Yue., International Development Research Centre (Canada), Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.|
|LC Classifications||HD2906 .M85 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 311 p. :|
|Number of Pages||311|
|ISBN 10||981305560X, 0889368066|
|LC Control Number||97943481|
At the regional level, economic integration in East Asia began before the crisis of For decades, Japan played a leading role in the establishment of the so-called ‘flying geese’ production network in East Asia In many cases, industrial products were assembled in one East Asian country from parts and components produced in others. The Economics of East Asian Integration A Comprehensive Introduction to Regional Issues Monograph Book Published in print: 29 Jul ISBN: Proposals here will contribute to possible monetary integration in East Asia in a similar fashion to how the introduction of the euro was based on the active discussion of proposals Author: Eiji Ogawa, Kentaro Kawasaki. Foreign direct investment (FDI) has grown dramatically as a major form of based multinationals to a host for foreign-based multinationals is probably the and on East Asian devel- oping countries (Louis Wells). One chapter analyzes the FDI experience along a different dimension, evaluating how the developments within a specific in-Author: Kenneth A Froot.
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Multinationals and East Asian integration. Co-published by the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 1. International business enterprises — East Asia. East Asia — Economic conditions. Dobson, Wendy.
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Regional Integration in East Asia is the culmination of five years of intensive research on Asian regional integration by Waseda University.
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Tu: China’s Visions of Future East Asian Economic Integration| The role of the United States in East Asian integration is also complicated, and mostly interfering. At first, European integration also worried the United States with its fear of exclusion and discrimination.
But the existence of a common enemy, the Soviet Union, made. Article from the book Reinventing the Company in the Digital Age. The Rise of the New Multinationals. During the s students of the so-called East Asian miracle highlighted yet another intangible asset, one having to do with the ability to organize production and to execute large-scale projects efficiently with the help of technology.
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Thomas Lindblad, Foreign Investment in Southeast Asia in the Twentieth Century Wendy Dobson and Chia Siow Yue (eds), Multinationals and. Editorial Asian emerging multinationals and the dynamics of institutions and networks Pavida Pananonda,* and Axe`le Giroudb aThammasat Business School, Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand.
E-mail: [email protected] bAlliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK. *Corresponding : Pavida Pananond, Axèle Giroud. Multinational Corporations, FDI and the East Asian Economic Integration Tzu-Han Yang Deng-Shing Huang National Taipei University Academia Sinica Feb.
4, 1 Outline I. Multinational Corporations The East Asian Economic Integration China’s catching up and flying geese paradigm. When compared with the demands of Asia’s changing competitive environment, the limitations of Western multinationals’ existing bases in Asia typically lie in three areas: the “long, thin arm” problem, lack of cross-border integration within Asia, and the belief that it.
In W. Dobson and S.Y. Chia (eds), Multinationals and East Asian Integration. Singapore: IDRC and ISEAS Publishers, pp. Monetary Integration and Exchange Rate Issues in East Asia. The international flow of long-term private capital has increased dramatically in the s.
In fact, many policymakers now consider private foreign capital to be an essential resource for the acceleration of economic growth. This volume focuses attention on the microeconomic determinants and effects of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the East Asian region, allowing researchers to explore.
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Developing countries in East Asia recorded remarkable economic growth until the Asian financial crisis erupted in mid Brand: Taylor And Francis. Multinationals and Economic Growth in East Asia: Foreign Direct Investment, Corporate Strategies and National Economic Development (Routledge International Business in Asia Series) Urata Kimura Yu Developing countries in East Asia recorded remarkable economic growth until the Asian financial crisis erupted in mid This economic integration, in turn has fundamentally impacted on the world economy and on global politics.
Munakata's Transforming East Asia provides an excellent review of these important events." Jordan Shan, Victoria University and Peking University, Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, 11/1/ "I recommend this book to anyone who is Cited by: East Asia is a region of great global significance, currently accounting for around 30% of the global economy by most measures, e.g.
production, trade, investment, and finance. It has also become increasingly integrated in various ways. Integration at the micro-level has steadily progressed since the s, as indicated by rising intraregional Cited by: 2.
Economists tended to treat multinationals as byproducts of post-World War II international financial integration and improvements in communications and transport technologies. To the broader public, in the United States and elsewhere, they were associated with U.S.
economic expansion and indeed were perceived as reflecting a particularly. European integration was led by politicians and bureaucrats in the s, but the movement toward a single market in the s was pushed by multinationals.
North American integration, too, has been led by multinationals; much of the work in joining the Mexican and US economies was accomplished in the s before anyone had heard of a North. More about this item Book Chapters The following chapters of this book are listed in IDEAS.
Ken Itakura. "Assessing the Economic Effects of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership on ASEAN Member States," Chapters, in: Lili Yan Ing (ed.), East Asian Integration (First Edition), chapter 1, pagesEconomic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA). 5. Affiliates of U.S. and Japanese Multinationals in East Asian Production and Trade Robert E.
Lipsey Comment: Hong-Tack Chun Comment: Yuzo Honda 6. International Joint Ventures, Economic Integration, and Government Policy Kenzo Abe and Laixun Zhao Comment: Shin-ichi Fukuda Comment: Mahani Zainal-Abidin : RCEP is a necessary step for Asian regional integration, regardless of what happens with TPP.
Septem After the South China Sea Ruling: Impact on ASEAN-China Relations. Developing countries in East Asia recorded remarkable economic growth until the Asian financial crisis erupted in mid Although several countries experienced devastating setbacks, most of them recovered to achieve reasonable rates of economic growth over the next few years.
Sound macroeconomic management, export-oriented policies, and the availability of skilled and low-wage. The movement toward an FTA is a significant development in East Asian integration â€” a development that could have a major impact on the political economy of East Asia in general and the.
East Asia, both across the whole region and within it at various sub-regional levels. This paper examines the key dimensions of East Asias integration and how they have ’ developed over time, and what future likely paths lie ahead in the endeavour to strengthen regional economic community-building.
UNDERSTANDINGS OF RE GIONAL INTEGRATIONCited by: 2. The advent of the international trade regime has compelled many East Asian governments to retreat from the scene of strategic trade policy. This book examines how the nature of industry and international trade regimes have impacted on their market power and transformed Korean state-corporate power relations.
KOREAN STUDIES REVIEW. Judith Cherry, Korean Multinationals in Europe, Surrey: Curzon pages. ISBN: US $ Reviewed by Rüdiger Frank Humboldt University, Berlin. This is the second book by Judith Cherry, after "Business Briefings: Republic of Korea" (). Understanding Multinationals from Emerging Markets; Learning-by-Doing in Emerging Market Multinationals: Integration, Trial and Error, Repetition, and Extension.
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Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 1. International business enterprises East Asia. East Asia — Economic conditions. Dobson, Wendy. Chia, SiowYue. III. Intra-Asian trade and investment is growing again after the economic crisis and is likely to promote more efforts at greater Asian economic integration that exclude the United States.
Japan also can be expected to pursue more actively its interest in Asian economic mechanisms exclusive of the West.
The book gives an interesting reading for those who want to know about the role of MNCs in developing economies, especially in the South Asian region. The most frustrating limitation of the book is that data is old. No organization working on the economy of the South Asian region can afford not to have this book.
It well documented and referred File Size: 16KB.Growth and integration Asian regionalism is emerging against the backdrop of a remarkable half century of economic development.
In the four decades from toEast Asian living standards—as measured by real (inflation-adjusted) output per person—rose at a rate faster than has ever been sustained anywhere Size: 1MB.Japan and China in East Asian Integration * Prices in SGD are only applicable in case of delivery to Singapore, Most of all it is about Japan's position in the interdependent economies of East and Southeast Asia.
What this book convincingly demonstrates is that, despite the rise of China, the Japanese will remain a major source of expansion.