Edited book

Remapping East Asia: the construction of a region


Editors
Pempel T. J.


Publisher
Cornell University Press

Publication year
2005


Place of publication
Ithaca, New York


Chapters
  • Introduction: emerging webs of regional connectedness
    Pempel T. J. pp.1-28
  • East Asian regional institution: characteristics, sources, distinctiveness
    Solingen Etel pp.31-53
  • Demographic future of East Asian regional integration
  • The decline of a Japan-led model of the East Asian economy
  • Why so many maps there? Japan and regional cooperation
    Tsunekawa Keiichi pp.101-148
  • Between foreign direct investment Asian business: the role of Japanese production networks
    Tachiki Dennis pp.149-169
  • The regionalization of Southeast Asian business: transnational networks in national contexts
  • Between regionalism and regionalization: policy networks and the nascent East Asian institutional identity
    Evans Paul pp.195-215
  • The political economy of environmental regionalism in Asia
    Campbell Laura B. pp.216-235
  • The war on terrorism in Asia and the possibility of secret regionalism
    Leheny David pp.236-255
  • Conclusion: tentativeness and tensions in the construction of an Asian region
    Pempel T. J. pp.256-275

Loan status
Available for loan

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