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The Evolving Pacific Basin in the global political economy : domestic and international linkages /
edited by Cal Clark and Steve Chan.
imprint
Boulder, Colo. : Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1992.
description
xiv, 226 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
1555872719 (hc : alk. paper) :
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imprint
Boulder, Colo. : Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1992.
isbn
1555872719 (hc : alk. paper) :
catalogue key
3337402
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
List of Tables and Figures
Preface
Changing Perspectives on the Evolving Pacific Basin: International Structure and Domestic Processesp. 1
The Changing Nature of the State in the Pacific Basin
The International Product Cycle and Economic Dynamism
Models of Pacific Basin Political Economies
The Pacific Basin Political Economy
References
The Rise of the East Asian NICs: Confucian Capitalism, Status Mobility, and Developmental Legacyp. 27
The Rise of the NICs and the Political Economy of Development
The Structure of the International Political Economy in the 1980s
Developmental Legacies Among the Pacific Rim Countries
Status Mobility and Developmental Legacy
References
Japan's Post-Cold War Challenges and Opportunities in Asia Pacificp. 49
Postwar Japanese Foreign Policy: Key Dimensions
Recent Changes in Japanese Foreign Policy
Changing Asia Pacific Alliance and Alignment
Japan-Soviet Relations
Relations with North and South Korea
Improving Relations with China
Strained Japan-U.S. Relations
Deepening Relations with Southeast Asia
Conclusions
Notes
References
China in the Twenty-First Century Global Balance: Challenge and Policy Responsep. 67
The Post-Cold War Order Defined
Asia Pacific
A Rational PRC Policy Response
Conclusions
Notes
References
Thailand's Political Economy: Change and Persistencep. 83
Migrating Images of the Thai Political Economy
New Images: Is Thailand a Pacific Basin Tiger and NIC?
Emerging Political Realities
The July 1988 Election: A New Transition
The "Saturday Surprise" Coup of February 1991
March 22, 1992, National Election
Changing Economic Realities
Reasons for Thai Economic Success
The Thai Model of Political Economy and Its Broader Theoretical Implications
Prospects for the Future
Note
References
Guerrilla Capitalism and the Limits of Statist Theory: Coming the Chinese NICsp. 107
Chinese Capitalism and Guerilla Capitalism
Textile Exports and Their Consequences
Capital Ownership Pattern
Blend of Chinese and Western Management Skills
Guerilla Capitalism
Multinational Corporations and Technology
Guerilla Industrialism
The Impact of the PC Revolution
Conclusions
Notes
References
Leadership Change and Government Size in East Asian Authoritarian Regimesp. 125
A Hypothesis About Leadership Turnover and Government Size in Authoritarian Regimes
Research Design
Leadership Change in Taiwan and South Korea
Operationalization and Data Collection
Empirical Analysis
Leadership Change and Government Size in Taiwan
Leadership Change and Government Size in South Korea
Does Leadership Change Make a Difference?
Conclusions
Note
References
The State, Foreign Investment, and Sustaining Industrial Growth in South Korea and Thailandp. 147
Theoretical Discussion
South Korea: A Case of Economic Nationalism
Thailand: An Open Policy Toward Economic Development
Conclusion
References
ASEAN State Industrial Policies and Japanese Regional Production Strategies: The Case of Malaysia's Motor Vehicle Industryp. 169
Malaysia Heavy Industrial and Motor Vehicle Policies
Japanese Regional and Global Strategies
Malaysia Policies and Japanese Strategies in the Transformation of Malaysia's Motor Vehicle Industry
Japanese Strategies, Malaysian and ASEAN Policies, and Regional Complementation in the Motor Vehicle Industry
Conclusion: Global and Domestic Factors in the Development of Malaysia's Motor Vehicle Industry
Notes
References
Lessons from East Asiap. 203
About the Contributorsp. 215
Indexp. 219
About the Bookp. 226
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