Globalization and Change in Asia

Globalization and Change in Asia

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Globalization and Change in Asia explores three decades of adjustment on the part of governments, civil society, and the private sector to the complex new forces of international competition. Recognizing that the benefits of globalization have not accrued equally to all Asian countries, nor to all stratums of society, the authors seek lessons that can help shape development policy to effect the greatest good. Thus, they focus on the essential ingredients of the most broadly successful globalization strategies - strategies that can most optimally respond to the economic, social, and technological challenges that lay more

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  • Hardback | 265 pages
  • 154.9 x 231.1 x 20.3mm | 453.6g
  • Lynne Rienner Publishers Inc
  • Boulder, CO, United States
  • English
  • 1588264734
  • 9781588264732

Table of contents

Adjusting to Globalization: Change and Transformation in Asia - the Editors. Global Crossroads: A Shared History of Globalization in the Asia Pacific Region - J.M. Heffron. Economic and Technological Transformation. Globalization and the Asian Economic Response - D.A. Rondinelli. Regional Economic Integration in East Asia - K.G. Cai. Globalizing Asian Business: Dynamics of Change and Adjustment - H.W.-C. Yeung. Information Technology and Economic Development Strategy - S.M. Lee. Adjusting to Globalization Through Skills Development Strategies - S. Kuruvilla. Political and Social Adaptation. Inclusive Governance and Democracy in Asia: Transition and Challenges - G.S. Cheema. E-Government: Applications of Technology to Government Services - C.G. Wescott. Mobilizing Social Capital: Community Responses to Globalization - A. Krishna. Social Protection Policies: Making Globalization Work for All - I. Ortiz. Learning from Experience. Sustaining Progress in a Globalizing Society: Lessons from Asia - the more

Review quote

This rich book goes beyond the usual superficial discussion of the benefits and drawbacks of globalization to focus on the actual dynamic relationship between global forces and Asian adjustments. - Ming Wan, George Mason University "A fresh and integrative look at the critical challenges of globalization in Asia." - Paul Smoke, New York Universityshow more

About Dennis A. Rondinelli

Dennis A. Rondinelli is senior research scholar at Duke University's Center for International Development, as well as director of the Pacific Basin Research Center at Soka University of America. John M. Heffron is professor of history at Soka University of America and associate director of the Pacific Basin Research more