The Economic Relations Between Asia and Europe

This book looks at the new configuration taken by Asia-Europe economic relations. It is set against the background of the inclusion of China in the WTO, the growth of foreign investors from emerging Asian countries, and the economic reforms in a number of crisis-hit South East Asian economies. It is written by a number of well established European and Asian scholars from the fields of economics as well as management. The different chapters in the book highlight key contemporary issues from theoretical, conceptual and empirical perspectives. Provides an account of the key contemporary issues in the area of Asia-Europe economic relations By its interdisciplinary (connecting management with economics), it shows how the linking of the different disciplines is essential to understand the key issues at stake in the area Can be used by students, researchers, as well as by practitioners

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  • Author : Bernadette Andreosso-O'Callaghan
  • Publisher : Chandos Publishing
  • Pages : 238 pages
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The Economic Relations Between Asia and Europe

The Economic Relations Between Asia and Europe
  • Author : Bernadette Andreosso-O'Callaghan,Jean-Pascal Bassino,Sam Dzever,Jacques Jaussaud
  • Publisher : Chandos Publishing
  • Release : 14 December 2007
GET THIS BOOKThe Economic Relations Between Asia and Europe

This book looks at the new configuration taken by Asia-Europe economic relations. It is set against the background of the inclusion of China in the WTO, the growth of foreign investors from emerging Asian countries, and the economic reforms in a number of crisis-hit South East Asian economies. It is written by a number of well established European and Asian scholars from the fields of economics as well as management. The different chapters in the book highlight key contemporary issues

Central Asia Turns South?

Central Asia Turns South?
  • Author : Richard Pomfret,Richard W. T. Pomfret
  • Publisher : Royal Inst of International Affairs
  • Release : 25 January 1999
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The author examines the trade and economic relations of the Central Asian states and Azerbaijan with their Southern neighbors (Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, and Afghanistan). He assesses the Soviet economic and trade legacy and the expectations of these countries in 1992, as well as the physical infrastructure. After a detailed analysis of the policy environment and an outline of trade patterns during the 1990s, he concludes by assessing the prospects for greater regional integration. Volume from Central Asian and Caucaisan Prospects Series.

The Politics of EU-China Economic Relations

The Politics of EU-China Economic Relations
  • Author : John Farnell,Paul Irwin Crookes
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 23 September 2016
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This book examines the political factors in the economic relationship between the European Union and China that help to explain the apparent stalling of the EU-China strategic partnership in policy terms. Written by two specialists with long experience of EU-China relations, this new volume draws on the latest research on how each side has emerged from the economic crisis and argues that promising potential for EU-China cooperation is being repeatedly undermined by political obstacles on both sides. The work is

The Economic Relations Between Asia and Europe

The Economic Relations Between Asia and Europe
  • Author : Bernadette Andreosso-O'Callaghan,Jean-Pascal Bassino,Sam Dzever,Jacques Jaussaud
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 30 November 2007
GET THIS BOOKThe Economic Relations Between Asia and Europe

This book looks at the new configuration taken by Asia-Europe economic relations. It is set against the background of the inclusion of China in the WTO, the growth of foreign investors from emerging Asian countries, and the economic reforms in a number of crisis-hit South East Asian economies. It is written by a number of well established European and Asian scholars from the fields of economics as well as management. The different chapters in the book highlight key contemporary issues

Power Relations and Comparative Regionalism

Power Relations and Comparative Regionalism
  • Author : Min-hyung Kim,James A. Caporaso
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 29 July 2021
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Three trends have dominated the political economy of integration during the last two decades: globalization, economic nationalism, and regionalization. This book explores comparative regional integration, focusing on both intra­ regional integration and relations among regions in the context of power. The most common focus of integration studies has been on the logic of cooperation, but there is another logic of integration: power. The relevance of power today is represented by the relations within the Eurozone, especially between creditors and debtors.

Integration and Transition in Europe

Integration and Transition in Europe
  • Author : George Petrakos
  • Publisher : Psychology Press
  • Release : 25 January 2022
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With the harmonization of the EU economies, and issues of EU enlargement and integration with Europe's transition economies topping the political agenda, the economic geography of Europe is being recast. This important volume analyses the spatial implications of the integration-transition process, and examines key issues such as north-south and east-west divides, regional cooperation and cross-border dynamics.

The Origins of Japanese Trade Supremacy

The Origins of Japanese Trade Supremacy
  • Author : Christopher Howe
  • Publisher : C. Hurst & Co. Publishers
  • Release : 25 January 1996
GET THIS BOOKThe Origins of Japanese Trade Supremacy

Japan's emergence as an economic superpower - one whose trade surplus with the rest of the world stood in 1993 at $140 billion - has been neither sudden nor entirely economically driven. Rather it is the result of a centuries-old process. Japan's understanding of the wider world, of trade and of other relationships has expanded in stages, each determined by both internal and external factors.

The Economic Organization of East Asian Capitalism

The Economic Organization of East Asian Capitalism
  • Author : Marco Orru,Chevron Chair in Energy Efficiency and Professor of Management Nicole Woolsey Biggart,Nicole Woolsey Biggart,Gary Hamilton
  • Publisher : SAGE Publications, Incorporated
  • Release : 25 January 1997
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East Asia's dynamic entrance into the global economy has provided a fruitful avenue for research in economic sociology. In this perceptive and timely volume, authors Nicole Woolsey Biggart, Gary G. Hamilton, and the late Marco Orru theorize Asian capitalism and analyze the economic organization of East Asia. Presenting differing dimensions of a Weberian perspective, the authors first provide a theoretical grounding, then consider capitalism in East Asia comparatively, and finally contrast the economies of East Asia and Europe. The Economic

Greater China and Japan

Greater China and Japan
  • Author : Robert Taylor
  • Publisher : Psychology Press
  • Release : 25 January 1996
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In this compact and student-friendly textbook, Robert Taylor explores the ambiguous relationship between the two regions and shows that its development is crucial to the future of Asia in the twenty-first century.

Renaissance of Asia

Renaissance of Asia
  • Author : Pradumna Bickram Rana
  • Publisher : World Scientific
  • Release : 25 January 2022
GET THIS BOOKRenaissance of Asia

We are familiar with Asia's “re-emergence”. A recent study by the Asian Development Bank, for example, notes that by 2050 Asia's per capita income would rise six-fold to reach Europe's levels today. Also by then Asia's share of global GDP would have doubled and Asia would have regained the dominant economic position it once held some 300 years ago before the industrial revolution.What is less well-known is that during the previous eras of globalization when Asia was prosperous, Asia was also