4 edition of Economic Relations in the Asia-Pacific Region found in the catalog.
by Brookings Inst Pr
Written in English
|Contributions||Bruce J. Dickson (Editor), Chung-Kuo She Hui Ko Hsueh Yuan (Corporate Author), Brookings Institution (Corporate Author), Harry Harding (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||91|
The politics of the coronavirus crisis 15 February Author: Joyce Nip, Sydney University. Five weeks after the novel coronavirus was officially acknowledged in China, the death of a doctor in the epicentre of the outbreak triggered a contest for the production of an iconic hero for the epidemic, while threatening to diminish the god-like status of Chinese President Xi Jinping. Some of the best and most innovative scholars in international relations and Asian area studies gather here with the working premise that stability in the broader Asia-Pacific region is in large part a function of the behavior of, and relationships among, these three major powers.
International Relations of the Asia-Pacific is a triannual, peer-reviewed, academic journal, established in , and published by the Oxford University Press on behalf of the Japan Association of International Relations (Japanese: Nihon Kokusai Seiji Gakkai, 日本国際政治学会), and assisted by HighWire her: Oxford University Press. Other Sources about Asia • Asia Economic Institute-- "Formed by a coalition of top economics professors and analysts worldwide who research in their areas of expertise," this organization posts news, information, and analysis on Asian economies. • Asia Foundation-- NGO "committed to the development of a peaceful, prosperous, just, and open Asia-Pacific region.
as points in common for the European Union; namely, political systems, economic systems, types of societies, cultures, and underlying values. Considering this diversity, it is useful to ask what gives Asia Pacific co- herence as a region. The contemporary importance of the Asia-Pacific region in international relations has generated a very large and diverse academic literature. This four-volume set brings together for the first time a collection of essential articles covering the key themes and issues since the end of the Cold War.
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China and the powers
Energy and water development appropriation bill, 1990
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Symposium sobre yacimien tos de petroleo y gas
This book is an outgrowth of a series of meetings held in Washington, D.C., in the spring and summer of under the auspices of The American Council on Asian and Pacific Affain, Inc.
The Asia-Pacific region may become the engine of global economic growth as we move into the twenty-first century. This book seeks to account for what James H. Gapinski calls the "miraculous" growth of Asian economies. He examines several major determinants of growth, including capital quantity (gross investment and physical depreciation), capital quality (embodied technical progress), labor quantity (employment), labor quality (education), international trade (exports and openness), and total factor Cited by: 9.
The Asia-Pacific region has, in the eyes of most observers, the potential to become the engine of global economic growth in the 21st century. The contributors to this volume examine the issues that could reverse favourable prospects for economic development. Economic Interdependence in the Asia-Pacific Region: Towards a Yen Bloc.
In this study, C. Kwan examines the phenomenal economic growth and integration in the Asia-Pacific region since the Plaza Accord of and the resulting decline of US economic hegemony. With the ‘turn to the East’ in Russian foreign policy, the development of the Russian Far East has become one of the priorities of Russian government that has made various attempts to integrate it into the economy of the Asia-Pacific region (APR).
This integration should be driven by mutual interest, not only based on Russia’s vision of the prospects of its Eastern territories but also Cited by: 3. This book investigates whether a power shift has taken place in the Asia-Pacific region since the end of the Cold War.
By systematically examining the development of power dynamics in Asia-Pacific, it challenges the notion that a wealthier and militarily more powerful China is automatically turning the regional tides in its : Springer International Publishing.
The rise of China and the continuing strategic importance of this dynamic economic area to the United States mean that the Asia-Pacific will remain crucially important to policymakers and scholars alike. The unifying theme of the series is a desire to publish the best theoretically-informed, original research on the region.
Meanwhile, Ravenhill () and Phillips () see the political elite's changing perceptions of economic and energy security in the Asia Pacific region as having had a direct impact on regional.
Few such studies have been undertaken in the Asia Pacific region. Our book presents contemporary research from this region to explore the relationship between HRM systems and practices and organisational effectiveness both conceptually and empirically through an Asia Pacific contextual lens.
China, Japan and Economic Interdependence in the Asia Pacific Region. In expressing their gratitude for economic co-operation from Japan, Chinese leaders noted that such assistance would also be profitable to Japan in the long by: 9. relations theories to suggest that the sources of stability and instability in the Asia-Paciﬁc are found in security relations, economic relations, and at the inter-section of the two.
The region continues to hold the potential for traditional se-curity conﬂicts that result from. ASIA-PACIFIC REGION The Asia-Pacific region covers a wide geographical area, with diverse landscapes, climates, societies, cultures, religions, and economies.
More than half of the world’s population lives in this region, of which close to half live on less than a dollar per day. Hence, the region contains the world's largest number of people. This book argues that the development of Taiwan has resulted from its location at the crossroads between the rivalry and interests of China, Japan and the United States.
These three great powers dominate the Asia-Pacific region militarily, economically and culturally and Taiwan's fortunes have been shaped very much by their by: China's Economic Diplomacy: Focusing on the Asia-Pacific Region the Asia-Pacific region are the most noteworthy.
is invoked as a focal point of relations. Meanwhile, existing economic Author: Daojiong Zha. and economic problems that had accumulated over decades. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia, having lost the Baltic states, Belarus and Ukraine, has shifted east.
That is one reason, among others, why its place in the Asia– Pacific arena and its relations with the countries of the region. Table of Contents.
Preface 1. The IT Industry in the Asia Pacific Region: Heritage, context and future Phil Cooke, Glen Searle and Kevin O’Connor Part I: The New Global Context ence and Eco-innovation: The role of commoditised ICT in global transition regions Phil Cooke Part II: National Perspectives on the Asia Pacific IT Industry in a Global Context 3.
Book Description. This book provides a comparative analysis of the social, economic, industrial and migration dynamics that structure women’s paid work and unpaid care work experience in the Asia-Pacific region.
Contemporary Issues in Asia and the Pacific John T. Sidel, Geoffrey M. White, series editors A collaborative effort by Stanford University Press and the East-West Center, this series focuses on issues of contemporary significance in the Asia Pacific region, most notably political, social, cultural, and economic change.
This volume brings together distinguished scholars to assess the literature on international regimes and to explore the relevance of organizations such as NAFTA, GATT, CSCE, and the EU for the Asia-Pacific region. The contributors also evaluate whether lessons for promoting cooperation in the security field can be drawn from the recent successes in regional economic cooperation.
Aims & Scope International Relations of the Asia-Pacific is a major international journal publishing the best original research in the field. The journal, launched inis published three times a year in January, May and September. Papers are welcomed from all international relations scholars, both within and without the Asia-Pacific region.
The East Asia and Pacific region has an international emigrant population of over 21 million people, who remitted more than USD 90 billion to their home countries in The region also hosts more than 7 million migrant workers, mostly from other Asian countries.The Geopolitics of Asia-Pacific Regionalism in the 21st Century* Dennis Rumley University of Western Australia Introduction Overall, it is clear that, with the ‘collapse’ of Cold War bipolarity, regionalism has become in-creasingly important in world politics, especially in the context of economic .Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) is an inter-governmental forum for 21 Pacific Rim member economies that promotes free trade throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
Inspired from the success of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) ’s series of Membership: 21 economies, Australia, Brunei.