9780415349857

Reshaping the Asia Pacific Economic Order

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  • ISBN13:

    9780415349857

  • ISBN10:

    0415349850

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2005-12-16
  • Publisher: Routledge
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Summary

Relationships and alignments among the nations of the world's most populous and productive region, the Asia Pacific, are in flux. Current global political, economic and security uncertainty, heightened by 9/11 and the subsequent War on Terror, has fueled a reassessment by many Asia Pacific nations about the structure and form of future economic and political cooperation and development. This book, featuring contributions from some of the most eminent and influential economists and political scientists in the region, examines the forces reshaping the Asia Pacific economic order, and where they lead. The questions this book seeks to answer are the origins of the shift towards policy driven integration, what new structures might eventually emerge on both sides of the Pacific, the ways in which that shift will affect the progress of economic integration and how cross-Pacific relations will therefore be affected. This discussion directs attention to the fact that economic cooperation and security arecomplementary.

Table of Contents

List of figures
vii
List of tables
viii
List of contributors
xi
Preface xiii
List of abbreviations
xv
Peter Drysdale and PAFTAD
1(4)
Ross Garnaut
Hugh Patrick
Overview
5(12)
Hadi Soesastro
Christopher Findlay
The international trade order: cooperation for economic development
17(29)
Bernard Hoekman
Truncated globalisation: the fate of the Asia Pacific economies?
46(36)
Ross Garnaut
Ligang Song
Asia Pacific economies and the Doha Development Agenda
82(15)
Bijit Bora
Muhammad Chatib Basri
APEC in the emerging international economic order: lame duck or catalyst?
97(26)
Andrew Elek
Rise of East Asian regionalism
123(19)
Chia Siow Yue
Mari Pangestu
The Free Trade Area of the Americas: how deep an integration in the Western Hemisphere?
142(39)
Gary Clyde Hufbauer
Sherry Stephenson
East Asian regionalism -- undermining or underpinning Asia Pacific integration?
181(19)
Robert Scollay
The rise of services trade: regional initiatives and challenges for the WTO
200(27)
Philippa Dee
Alexandra Sidorenko
The movement of people in the Asia Pacific region
227(17)
Mei Ling Sieh Lee
Fon Sim Ong
Asia Pacific regional architecture and financial market integration
244(20)
Wendy Dobson
Politico-strategic dimensions of economic cooperation in the Asia Pacific
264(10)
Andrew MacIntyre
Hadi Soesastro
Index 274

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