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Asia S Miracle Economies

Author : Jon Woronoff
ISBN : 9781315487670
Genre : Business & Economics
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An expanded and updated edition of Woronoff's 1986 study of Asia's emerging economic giants, this book looks back at what has happened in the intervening years, especially as regards the "discovery" of this phenomenon in the Western media and the overreactive hype that has accompanied it. As the author puts it: "My purpose is to show how these countries, which hitherto has been quite unremarkable, began to develop vigorously. What policies and strategies they used. What they did right and, even more importantly, what they did wrong."

Dragons In Distress

Author : Walden Bello
ISBN : UVA:X002088212
Genre : Business & Economics
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Understanding East Asia S Economic Miracles

Author : Zhiqun Zhu
ISBN : 0924304545
Genre : Business & Economics
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The End Of The Asian Miracle

Author : Gerald Tan
ISBN : 9812101411
Genre : Business & Economics
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One of the most significant developments in the second half of the twentieth century has been the rapid economic transformation of many countries in Asia after World War II. The excitement generated by the miraculous growth of these countries came to an abrupt end when the Asian currency crisis engulfed the region in 1997. This book presents a systematic analysis of the economic transformation of Asia, in the light of the analytical debates in development literature and the events of the recent crisis.

Rethinking Development In East Asia

Author : Pietro Masina
ISBN : 9781136762932
Genre : Social Science
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Focuses on three interrelated aspects: the impact of evolving international and regional dynamics on national development strategies; the rethinking of national and regional development models after the crisis; and the analysis of the socio-economic transformations produced in East Asian countries during the period of accelerated economic growth and the long-term socio-economic implication of the crisis.

Rethinking Asia S Economic Miracle

Author : Richard Stubbs
ISBN : 9781137557261
Genre : Political Science
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In the new edition of this important contribution to understanding both the Asian economic miracle and the 1997-8 crisis, Richard Stubbs assesses the main explanations to date and updates the analysis to take account of globalization and the remarkable economic rise of China.

The East Asian Miracle

Author : World Bank
ISBN : UCSD:31822016698672
Genre : Business & Economics
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Rethinking The East Asian Miracle

Author : Joseph E. Stiglitz
ISBN : 9780195216004
Genre : Political Science
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This volume provides highly illuminating, analytic perspectives on key facets of the East Asian economies. It discusses weaknesses in the financial sector, corporate governance, exchange rate and trade policies, regulatory capability, and proposes remedies. Rethinking the East Asian Miracle is an indispensable book for all those with an interest in East Asia's prospects in the early decades of the new century.

The Key To The Asian Miracle

Author : Jose Edgardo Campos
ISBN : 0815723032
Genre : Political Science
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"Easily the most informed and comprehensive analysis to date on how and why East Asian countries have achieved sustained high economic growth rates, [this book] substantially advances our understanding of the key interactions between the governors and governed in the development process. Students and practitioners alike will be referring to Campos and Root's series of excellent case studies for years to come." Richard L. Wilson, The Asia Foundation Eight countries in East Asia--Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia--have become known as the "East Asian miracle" because of their economies' dramatic growth. In these eight countries real per capita GDP rose twice as fast as in any other regional grouping between 1965 and 1990. Even more impressive is their simultaneous significant reduction in poverty and income inequality. Their success is frequently attributed to economic policies, but the authors of this book argue that those economic policies would not have worked unless the leaders of the countries made them credible to their business communities and citizens. Jose Edgardo Campos and Hilton Root challenge the popular belief that East Asia's high performers grew rapidly because they were ruled by authoritarian leaders. They show that these leaders had to collaborate with various sectors of their population to create an environment that was conducive to sustained growth. This required them to persuade the business community that their investments would not be expropriated and to convince the broader population that their short-term sacrifices would be rewarded in the future. Many of the countries achieved business cooperation by creating consultative groups, which the authors call deliberation councils, to enhance accountability and stability. They also obtained popular support through a variety of wealth-sharing measures such as land reform, worker cooperatives, and wider access to education. Finally, to inhibit favoritism and corruption that would benefit narrow interest groups at the expense of broad-based development, these countries' leaders constructed a competent bureaucracy that balanced autonomy with accountability to serve all interests, including the poor. This important book provides useful lessons about how developing and newly industrialized countries can build institutions to implement growth-promoting policies.

The Miracle

Author : Michael Schuman
ISBN : 9780061888083
Genre : Business & Economics
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“If you are interested in how Asia became an economic tiger, read The Miracle.” —New York Times An international bestseller, The Miracle by business journalist Michael Schuman offers a fascinating exploration of the most meaningful and far-reaching global event since World War II: the economic ascent of the Asian continent. CNN’s Wolf Blitzer calls The Miracle, “An amazing story and it’s all true,” while the New York Times praises Schuman for being, “not just a skilled reporter [but] also a gifted journalistic storyteller.” The Miracle is essential reading for anyone who truly wants to understand today’s—and tomorrow’s—world.

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