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The Resource EU-Asia and the re-polarization of the global economic arena, edited by Lars Oxelheim, (electronic resource)

EU-Asia and the re-polarization of the global economic arena, edited by Lars Oxelheim, (electronic resource)

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EU-Asia and the re-polarization of the global economic arena
Title
EU-Asia and the re-polarization of the global economic arena
Statement of responsibility
edited by Lars Oxelheim
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
At the end of the 1980s, a tri-polar world comprising the US, EU and Japan emerged. However, the economic turbulence of the early 21st century has destabilized this order, and the rise of other Asian powers has implications for the formation of a new economic configuration. This book discusses the probability of the different tentative global economic power balances to emerge, as well as the different contestants: the EU, China and Japan, among others. Organized into three sections, the first part addresses general and trend-wise developments with relevance to the outcome of the re-polarization process. Subsequently, three chapters focus on developments in China, India and Japan. Finally, special issues such as climate policies, corporate governance, social reforms and cross-border economic alliances are considered in greater detail, in relation to their implications for the outcome of the re-polarization process
Member of
Dewey number
327.405
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Oxelheim, Lars
  • World Scientific (Firm)
Series statement
Advanced research on Asian economy and economies of other continents
Series volume
v. 7
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  • European Union countries
  • Asia
  • European Union countries
  • Asia
Label
EU-Asia and the re-polarization of the global economic arena, edited by Lars Oxelheim, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
black and white
Contents
Ch. 1. Long-term innovation waves and the potential dissonance between Europe and Asia / Lennart Schon -- ch. 2. Obstacles to global financial adjustment: economic re-polarization and the Euro area / Michael Hutchison -- ch. 3. Interregional trade facing re-polarization: the EU trade negotiations with ASEAN countries / Lena Lindberg and Claes G. Alvstam -- ch. 4. The EU meeting the Asian trade challenge -- From follower to forerunner? / Anders Ahnlid -- ch. 5. The growing financial interdependence between Europe and Asia / Andrew Chiu and Peter MacKay -- ch. 6. Asian currency basket peg: feasibility and a move towards a multi-polar world / Raj Aggarwal and Cal B. Muckley -- ch. 7. The rise of China in a tri-polar world: can corruption co-exist with economic growth? / Andrew Delios and Roberto Galang -- ch. 8. Japan's role on the new economic map: what is Japan's new identity in the 21st century? / Yumiko Okamoto -- ch. 9. India in a re-polarized world / Shubhashis Gangopadhyay and S. K. Shanti -- ch. 10. Chindia FDI in Africa: implications for Europe and re-polarization / Raj Aggarwal and Rym Ayadi -- ch. 11. Low-carbon revolution of Chinese economy: external challenges vs. internal barriers / Libo Wu, Weiqi Tang and Wenshi Yu -- ch. 12. The new financial architecture: the role of market discipline for governance / Apanard Penny Prabhavivadhana and Clas Wihlborg -- ch. 13. EU and Vietnam: from a parental to a competitive relationship? / Ari Kokko -- ch. 14. The role of SWFs in shaping the neo-polar world: the Asia-Europe perspective / Michael Keller -- ch. 15. Stuck in the middle: a challenge of re-polarization for Europe and Indonesia / Janti Gunawan, Elizabeth L. Rose and Rebecca Piekkari -- ch. 16. The reform and reconstruction of China's social security system / Chun Ding
Control code
on1086519821
Dimensions
other
Extent
1 online resource (xxiii, 588 p. :)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789814366533
Note
World Scientific Publishing
Other physical details
ill., maps
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1086519821
Label
EU-Asia and the re-polarization of the global economic arena, edited by Lars Oxelheim, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
black and white
Contents
Ch. 1. Long-term innovation waves and the potential dissonance between Europe and Asia / Lennart Schon -- ch. 2. Obstacles to global financial adjustment: economic re-polarization and the Euro area / Michael Hutchison -- ch. 3. Interregional trade facing re-polarization: the EU trade negotiations with ASEAN countries / Lena Lindberg and Claes G. Alvstam -- ch. 4. The EU meeting the Asian trade challenge -- From follower to forerunner? / Anders Ahnlid -- ch. 5. The growing financial interdependence between Europe and Asia / Andrew Chiu and Peter MacKay -- ch. 6. Asian currency basket peg: feasibility and a move towards a multi-polar world / Raj Aggarwal and Cal B. Muckley -- ch. 7. The rise of China in a tri-polar world: can corruption co-exist with economic growth? / Andrew Delios and Roberto Galang -- ch. 8. Japan's role on the new economic map: what is Japan's new identity in the 21st century? / Yumiko Okamoto -- ch. 9. India in a re-polarized world / Shubhashis Gangopadhyay and S. K. Shanti -- ch. 10. Chindia FDI in Africa: implications for Europe and re-polarization / Raj Aggarwal and Rym Ayadi -- ch. 11. Low-carbon revolution of Chinese economy: external challenges vs. internal barriers / Libo Wu, Weiqi Tang and Wenshi Yu -- ch. 12. The new financial architecture: the role of market discipline for governance / Apanard Penny Prabhavivadhana and Clas Wihlborg -- ch. 13. EU and Vietnam: from a parental to a competitive relationship? / Ari Kokko -- ch. 14. The role of SWFs in shaping the neo-polar world: the Asia-Europe perspective / Michael Keller -- ch. 15. Stuck in the middle: a challenge of re-polarization for Europe and Indonesia / Janti Gunawan, Elizabeth L. Rose and Rebecca Piekkari -- ch. 16. The reform and reconstruction of China's social security system / Chun Ding
Control code
on1086519821
Dimensions
other
Extent
1 online resource (xxiii, 588 p. :)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789814366533
Note
World Scientific Publishing
Other physical details
ill., maps
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1086519821

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