Engaging East Asian Integration
States, Markets and the Movement of People
Publication Year: 2012
Published by: ISEAS–Yusof Ishak Institute
Table of Contents
The symposium on which this book is based was held in the darkest days of the U.S.-originated global financial crisis. In the wake of the collapse of Lehman Brothers, demands were frozen and economies with high export dependency experienced radical contraction. No one knew how long this would last and what the consequences would be. ...
List of Figures and Tables
The Institute of Developing Economies-Japan External Trade Organization (IDE-JETRO) organized a symposium in December 2008 on the theme, “Engaging East Asian Integration: States, Markets and the Movement of People”. It was held in the wake of the Lehman Brothers collapse and in the midst of the deepening global financial crisis that originated in the United States. ...
Part I: Evolution of East Asian Integration
2. Japan and East Asia in the American Imperium
The United States plays the central role in a world of regions. Gone are the clearly demarcated, rival blocs of East and West. Since the end of the Cold War, the collapse of socialism has made anachronistic the distinction between a First and a Second World. ...
3. Building a Neighbourhood — One Policy at a Time: The Case for Deeper Economic Integration in East Asia
The benefits of regional integration are greater than previously realized. This section summarizes the main benefits of regional integration as documented in the literature on this, and discusses recent work that suggests that regional integration can be even more beneficial than previously realized, ...
Part II: States, Markest and the Movement of People
4. Economic Integration in East Asia and Japan's Strategy
Triggered by the bankruptcy of the investment banking giant Lehman Brothers, the financial crisis that originated in the United States instantly spreaded across the global economy. There was a string of bailouts of troubled financial institutions not only in the United States, but also in Europe, and the global recession deepened ...
5. The Nature of East Asian Integration and Australia's Engagement
This chapter focuses on states’ involvement in the institutional integration processes in East Asia. “Institutional integration” here means formal agreements between states, such as free trade agreements (FTAs), as well as their participation in regional cooperation frameworks, such as ASEAN and ASEAN 3 ...
6. The Migration of Professionals in an Integrating East Asia
Asian professionals have been going to the United States, Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, and other western European countries over much of the contemporary history of migration.1 This is partly a legacy of a long history of colonial relationship, especially in the case of the Philippines and the United States, ...
7. Panel Discussion
Shiraishi: I am supposed to wrap up the speeches and presentations made so far, but I am not going to do this because so many points were raised that I simply cannot summarize or wrap up all these. Instead, I would rather go directly into the discussion given the fact that time is quite limited. ...
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Publication Year: 2012
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