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The Resource East Asia in transition : economic and security challenges, A.E. Safarian and Wendy Dobson, editors, (electronic resource)

East Asia in transition : economic and security challenges, A.E. Safarian and Wendy Dobson, editors, (electronic resource)

Label
East Asia in transition : economic and security challenges
Title
East Asia in transition
Title remainder
economic and security challenges
Statement of responsibility
A.E. Safarian and Wendy Dobson, editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
NLC
LC call number
HC460.5
LC item number
E2724 2002
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  • Dobson, Wendy
  • Safarian, A. E
Series statement
HSBC Bank Canada papers on Asia
Series volume
v. 6
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  • Financial institutions
  • National security
  • East Asia
Label
East Asia in transition : economic and security challenges, A.E. Safarian and Wendy Dobson, editors, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: Do institutions matter for growth? 1 -- A.E.Safarian and Wendy Dobson -- The rise and fall of regional growth 1 -- What this book is about 2 -- Can rapid economic growth be restored? 5 -- The role of institutions 9 -- Conclusions and implications for policy 16" -- East Asia: A new regional player in the world economy? 21 -- Wendy Dobson -- East Asia's changing significance 21 -- Exchange rates post-crisis 23 -- Structural factors post-crisis 28 -- The emergence of East Asian regionalism 32 -- Regional trade initiatives 35 -- Regional financial arrangements and monetary integration 37 -- Regional crisis prevention and management 39 -- Will the new regionalism persist? 39 -- Conclusions and implications for international business 42 -- What ails China?: A long-run perspective on growth and inflation -- (or deflation) in China 49 -- Loren Brandt and Xiadong Zhu -- Overview 49 -- What determines price-level changes and output growth? 53 -- A brief overview of China's financial system 58 -- Intermediation by diversion and inflation cycles: 1978-1993 60 -- Policy regime shift in 1994: downsizing the state sector 62 -- Financial disintermediation 65 -- The ineffectiveness of fiscal and monetary policy 70 -- What kind of a financial system does China need? 72 -- East Asia's ageing populations: Pension reform and its -- implications 87 -- Walid Hejazi and Pauline Shum -- Background issues 88 -- National pension plans: comparative analysis 103 -- China's choices: comparative analysis applied 112 -- The route forward 117 -- Appendix: Country studies 119 -- The challenges of attaining security in the Asia Pacific 137 -- Brian L.Job -- A paradox 137 -- Comprehensive security and human security 139 -- Underlying dynamics and tensions 142 -- The domestic security context: governance and human security 145 -- The regional security context 160 -- Defining and advancing Canadian security interests 173 -- Canadian business in East Asia: Better than expected 179 -- Keith Head andJohn Ries -- Canadian business presence in East Asia 180 -- Benchmarking Canadian trade with the region 189 -- Canadian prospects in East Asia 199 -- Concluding remarks 202
  • Machine generated contents note: Do institutions matter for growth? 1 -- A.E.Safarian and Wendy Dobson -- The rise and fall of regional growth 1 -- What this book is about 2 -- Can rapid economic growth be restored? 5 -- The role of institutions 9 -- Conclusions and implications for policy 16" -- East Asia: A new regional player in the world economy? 21 -- Wendy Dobson -- East Asia's changing significance 21 -- Exchange rates post-crisis 23 -- Structural factors post-crisis 28 -- The emergence of East Asian regionalism 32 -- Regional trade initiatives 35 -- Regional financial arrangements and monetary integration 37 -- Regional crisis prevention and management 39 -- Will the new regionalism persist? 39 -- Conclusions and implications for international business 42 -- What ails China?: A long-run perspective on growth and inflation -- (or deflation) in China 49 -- Loren Brandt and Xiadong Zhu -- Overview 49 -- What determines price-level changes and output growth? 53 -- A brief overview of China's financial system 58 -- Intermediation by diversion and inflation cycles: 1978-1993 60 -- Policy regime shift in 1994: downsizing the state sector 62 -- Financial disintermediation 65 -- The ineffectiveness of fiscal and monetary policy 70 -- What kind of a financial system does China need? 72 -- East Asia's ageing populations: Pension reform and its -- implications 87 -- Walid Hejazi and Pauline Shum -- Background issues 88 -- National pension plans: comparative analysis 103 -- China's choices: comparative analysis applied 112 -- The route forward 117 -- Appendix: Country studies 119 -- The challenges of attaining security in the Asia Pacific 137 -- Brian L. Job -- A paradox 137 -- Comprehensive security and human security 139 -- Underlying dynamics and tensions 142 -- The domestic security context: governance and human security 145 -- The regional security context 160 -- Defining and advancing Canadian security interests 173 -- Canadian business in East Asia: Better than expected 179 -- Keith Head and John Ries -- Canadian business presence in East Asia 180 -- Benchmarking Canadian trade with the region 189 -- Canadian prospects in East Asia 199 -- Concluding remarks 202
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Label
East Asia in transition : economic and security challenges, A.E. Safarian and Wendy Dobson, editors, (electronic resource)
Publication
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: Do institutions matter for growth? 1 -- A.E.Safarian and Wendy Dobson -- The rise and fall of regional growth 1 -- What this book is about 2 -- Can rapid economic growth be restored? 5 -- The role of institutions 9 -- Conclusions and implications for policy 16" -- East Asia: A new regional player in the world economy? 21 -- Wendy Dobson -- East Asia's changing significance 21 -- Exchange rates post-crisis 23 -- Structural factors post-crisis 28 -- The emergence of East Asian regionalism 32 -- Regional trade initiatives 35 -- Regional financial arrangements and monetary integration 37 -- Regional crisis prevention and management 39 -- Will the new regionalism persist? 39 -- Conclusions and implications for international business 42 -- What ails China?: A long-run perspective on growth and inflation -- (or deflation) in China 49 -- Loren Brandt and Xiadong Zhu -- Overview 49 -- What determines price-level changes and output growth? 53 -- A brief overview of China's financial system 58 -- Intermediation by diversion and inflation cycles: 1978-1993 60 -- Policy regime shift in 1994: downsizing the state sector 62 -- Financial disintermediation 65 -- The ineffectiveness of fiscal and monetary policy 70 -- What kind of a financial system does China need? 72 -- East Asia's ageing populations: Pension reform and its -- implications 87 -- Walid Hejazi and Pauline Shum -- Background issues 88 -- National pension plans: comparative analysis 103 -- China's choices: comparative analysis applied 112 -- The route forward 117 -- Appendix: Country studies 119 -- The challenges of attaining security in the Asia Pacific 137 -- Brian L.Job -- A paradox 137 -- Comprehensive security and human security 139 -- Underlying dynamics and tensions 142 -- The domestic security context: governance and human security 145 -- The regional security context 160 -- Defining and advancing Canadian security interests 173 -- Canadian business in East Asia: Better than expected 179 -- Keith Head andJohn Ries -- Canadian business presence in East Asia 180 -- Benchmarking Canadian trade with the region 189 -- Canadian prospects in East Asia 199 -- Concluding remarks 202
  • Machine generated contents note: Do institutions matter for growth? 1 -- A.E.Safarian and Wendy Dobson -- The rise and fall of regional growth 1 -- What this book is about 2 -- Can rapid economic growth be restored? 5 -- The role of institutions 9 -- Conclusions and implications for policy 16" -- East Asia: A new regional player in the world economy? 21 -- Wendy Dobson -- East Asia's changing significance 21 -- Exchange rates post-crisis 23 -- Structural factors post-crisis 28 -- The emergence of East Asian regionalism 32 -- Regional trade initiatives 35 -- Regional financial arrangements and monetary integration 37 -- Regional crisis prevention and management 39 -- Will the new regionalism persist? 39 -- Conclusions and implications for international business 42 -- What ails China?: A long-run perspective on growth and inflation -- (or deflation) in China 49 -- Loren Brandt and Xiadong Zhu -- Overview 49 -- What determines price-level changes and output growth? 53 -- A brief overview of China's financial system 58 -- Intermediation by diversion and inflation cycles: 1978-1993 60 -- Policy regime shift in 1994: downsizing the state sector 62 -- Financial disintermediation 65 -- The ineffectiveness of fiscal and monetary policy 70 -- What kind of a financial system does China need? 72 -- East Asia's ageing populations: Pension reform and its -- implications 87 -- Walid Hejazi and Pauline Shum -- Background issues 88 -- National pension plans: comparative analysis 103 -- China's choices: comparative analysis applied 112 -- The route forward 117 -- Appendix: Country studies 119 -- The challenges of attaining security in the Asia Pacific 137 -- Brian L. Job -- A paradox 137 -- Comprehensive security and human security 139 -- Underlying dynamics and tensions 142 -- The domestic security context: governance and human security 145 -- The regional security context 160 -- Defining and advancing Canadian security interests 173 -- Canadian business in East Asia: Better than expected 179 -- Keith Head and John Ries -- Canadian business presence in East Asia 180 -- Benchmarking Canadian trade with the region 189 -- Canadian prospects in East Asia 199 -- Concluding remarks 202
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Isbn
9780802037138
Isbn Type
(bound)
Lccn
2002280540
Specific material designation
remote
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