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Written in English


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Nissan Institute/Routledge Japanese Studies

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Number of Pages160
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ISBN 100415237475
ISBN 109780415237475


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Japan and East Asian Regionalism by S. Jave Maswood Download PDF EPUB FB2

Furthering discussions on Japan’s new regional activism, Hayashi explores how Japan and East Asian relations have developed, how Japan’s regional policy has changed, and why.

In addition, the book challenges conventional views on Japanese foreign policy, arguing that it is not reactive but incrementally by: This book studies specific regional issues and problems, exploring recent related political developments in Japan, and how these might impact on future foreign policy priorities and objectives.

The expert body of contributors consider issues such as: the nexus between domestic politics and Japan and East Asian Regionalism book policy; environmental aid and management; human rights and democracy and conflict management.

This book argues that East Asia's regional dynamics are no longer the result of a simple extension of any one national model. While Japanese institutional structures and political practices remain critically important, the new East Asia now under construction is more than, and different from, the sum of its various national parts/5(2).

Japan and East Asian Regionalism book. Japan and East Asian Regionalism. DOI link for Japan and East Asian Regionalism. Japan and East Asian Regionalism book. By S. Javed Maswood. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 6 December Pub.

location London. Imprint by: 4. As Japanese government seeks to play an increasingly larger role within its region, Japan and East Asian Regionalism provides a timely look at Japanese regional foreign policy. The book studies specific regional issues and problems, exploring recent related political developments in Japan, and how these might impact on future foreign policy priorities and objectives.

Get this from a library. Japan and East Asian regionalism. [Syed Javed Maswood;] -- This book studies specific regional issues and problems, exploring recent related political developments in Japan, and how these might impact on future foreign policy priorities and objectives.

In this context, Shigeko Hayashi's book on Japan and East Asian Monetary Regionalism examines the proactive initiatives taken by Japan in regional cooperation and finance. 1 East Asia—Beyond Japan. (pp. ) PETER J. KATZENSTEIN. East Asia is on the move, merging different national strands into a new regional fabric.

No longer are regionalism (defined here in terms of institutionalized practices) and regionalization (defined here as a process that engages actors) projections of specific national models. Regionalism is of growing relevance to the political economy of Asia-Pacific.

In the wake of the Asian financial crisis, this timely volume investigates in four different chapters the dynamics of Asian regionalism during the s and s.

Specifically, it focuses on Japanese and Chinese business networks in Northeast and Southeast. The interest in East Asian regionalism is growing among the regional elites and researchers but this is not a new idea as it arose from the financial crisis.

In fact, the idea of East Asia regional grouping has been promoted by Malaysia Prime Minister Japan and East Asian Regionalism book Mohamad in December Have Japan's relative economic decline and China's rapid ascent altered the dynamics of Asian regionalism.

Peter Katzenstein and Takashi Shiraishi, the editors of Network Power, one of the most comprehensive volumes on East Asian regionalism in the s, present here an impressive new collection that brings the reader up to date/5(8).

Book Description For almost fifty years Japan pursued a single-track approach focusing trade negotiation efforts exclusively on the global multilateral forum while shunning regionalism as harmful to the General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs/ World Trade Organisation system. Furthering discussions on Japan’s new regional activism, Hayashi explores how Japan and East Asian relations have developed, how Japan’s regional policy has changed, and why.

In addition, the book challenges conventional views on Japanese foreign policy, arguing that it. This book studies specific regional issues and problems, exploring recent related political developments in Japan, and how these might impact on future foreign policy priorities and objectives.

The expert body of contributors consider issues such as: the nexus between domestic politics and foreign policy; environmental aid and management; human rights and democracy and conflict : Taylor And Francis. With its presence established, Japan kept playing a leading role in formulating the Chiang Mai Initiative which facilitated bilateral and regional economic cooperation in the area.

Based on the analysis of the process, this book examines the ways in which East Asia has grappled with the regional integration of the economies of the area. Japan and the new wave of regionalism in Asia. 12 March Author: Mie Oba, TUS. Since the end of the s, a new era for regional cooperation has been unfolding in Asia.

China’s ascent as a regional leader, the advent of mega FTAs and the changing presence of India have driven this change. In the second part, the contributors go on to look at the present legal features of regionalism, covering institutional frameworks, trade diversity and regional integration.

The third part of the book is truly unique in proposing an essential groundwork for the institutionalisation of an East Asian Community. It conceives a draft East Asian. Regional cooperation in East Asia on various issue areas, such as emergency liquidity mechanisms in finance, the exponential growth of free trade agreements and policy coordination on the environment and public health, developed rapidly after the Asian Financial Crisis.

A decade later, the global financial crisis offered a new opportunity for the nascent regional cooperation mechanisms to. Viewing the rise of China from Japan's perspective, the author elucidates Japanese policy responses and their implications for regional institution building.

It fills a gap in knowledge about the development of East Asian regional institutions and Sino-Japanese relationships.

Furthering discussions on Japan’s new regional activism, Hayashi explores how Japan and East Asian relations have developed, how Japan’s regional policy has changed, and why.

In addition, the book challenges conventional views on Japanese foreign policy, arguing that it Brand: Taylor And Francis. "This book identifies the numerous factors to be considered when analyzing contemporary manifestations of East Asian regionalism. For those tackling these complex issues, this book should no doubt serve as an important reference." - Hiroyuki Hoshiro, Social Science Japan Journal.

The book incorporates three major case studies that provide detailed narratives and analysis of Japan and Washington's diverging ideological approaches, Japan's policies towards the East Asian financial crisis, and its policies towards East Asian regionalism.

The book incorporates three major case studies that provide detailed narratives and analysis of Japan and Washington’s diverging ideological approaches, Japan’s policies towards the East Asian financial crisis, and its policies towards East Asian regionalism.

Why Asian Regionalism. 11 2 East Asian economies dominate the list of Integrating Asia because of their long-standing commitment to outward-oriented development. Their regional links are deeper than those of South, West, or Central Asia. However, this is changing.

India has substantially realigned its policies toward integration with global and. Have Japan's relative economic decline and China's rapid ascent altered the dynamics of Asian regionalism.

Peter Katzenstein and Takashi Shiraishi, the editors of Network Power, one of the most comprehensive volumes on East Asian regionalism in the s, present here an impressive new collection that brings the reader up to date. This book argues that East Asia's regional dynamics are.

The book incorporates three major case studies which provide detailed narratives and analysis of Japan and Washington's diverging ideological approaches, Japan's policies towards the East Asian financial crisis, and its policies towards East Asian regionalism.

--This text refers to the hardcover : Shigeko Hayashi. This article examines the historical evolution of the idea of regionalism, the meanings of Asian regionalisms, variations of Asian regionalisms and their impact on regional cooperation in East Asia.

This book examines how Japan has changed its economic relationship with East Asia since the mid s by looking at its commitments to import relief, regional financial and industrial transformations, and regionalism.

While the Japanese government has taken proactive initiatives to sustain the sound development of the regional economies, it has. Asian regionalism is emerging against the backdrop of a remarkable half century of economic development. In the four decades from toEast Asian living standards—as measured by real (inflation-adjusted) output per person—rose at a rate faster than has ever been sustained anywhere else.

Of the 10 economies that recorded. In the decade following the Asian financial crisis, the East Asian political economy has experienced a radical transformation. This book thus investigates the responses of Japanese automotive makers to the processes of regionalism and regionalization by locating firm-level analysis in a broader political economy context.

intra-regional trade within East Asia has increased times.7 Plus, the large inflow of both short-term and long-term capital such as FDI, combined with increasing trade flows, including intra-regional concentration of trade activities, has contributed.

He has published 10 books, the latest being "China and Africa Development Relations" (Routledge, forthcoming ), "East Asian Regionalism" (Routledge, ) and "China, Japan and Regional. East Asian Economic Regionalism - Ebook written by Edward J. Lincoln. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read East Asian Economic Regionalism. Japan, China and Networked Regionalism in East Asia, written by a specialist in East Asian Politics, tries to explain why this two-fold structure has emerged. The author’s main focus is on the deteriorating relationship between Japan and China.

Advancing East Asian Regionalism Advancing East Asian Regionalism by Melissa Curley. Download it Advancing East Asian Regionalism books also available in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format for read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Coupling case study material on regionalism, institutions, and sectoral cooperation, with theoretical debates on regionalization, this book is an invaluable.

In the wake of the Asian financial crisis, governments also have looked at cooperating on exchange rates, but they have done little to move forward. The U.S. government must decide how to respond to these developments in East Asia.

An exclusively Asian form of regionalism could run counter to American economic interests, and the U.S. government. In it, experts on the area take a broad approach to the dynamics and implications of regionalism. Instead of limiting their focus to security matters, they extend their discussions to topics as diverse as the mercurial nature of Japan's leadership role in the region, Southeast Asian business networks, the war on terrorism in Asia, and the.

East Asia is a region that holds much fascination for many people. It is one of the world's most dynamic and diverse regions and is also becoming an increasingly coherent region through the inter-play of various integrative economic, political and socio-cultural processes.

Such a development is generally referred to as 'regionalism', which itself has become a defining feature of the. East Asia is one of the world's most dynamic and diverse regions and is also becoming an increasingly coherent region through the inter-play of various integrative economic, political and socio-cultural processes.

Fully updated and revised throughout, this new edition explores the various ways in which East Asian regionalism continues to deepen.

Recommended Citation: Mark Beeson, “ East Asian Regionalism and the End of the Asia-Pacific: After American Hegemony ” The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol. Janu Notes [1] M. Beeson and I.

Islam () Neoliberalism and East Asia: Resisting the Washington Consensus’, Journal of Development Studies, 41 (2):. The Ups and Downs of Regionalism in East Asia and Asia-Pacific After the Asian Crisis,” Pacific Review 14 (): – For detailed analyses, see Johnston, Alastair Iain and Evans, Paul, “China's Engagement with Multilateral Security Institutions.”.The author did not use any lively prose in the book.

Most of the proximal “prose” in the book were generally referring to economic and political paradoxes of the 20th century relevant to East Asian regionalism.

General Critique For Yoshida (), the concept of East Asian Regionalism is .T. J. Pempel (Ph.D., Columbia) is Jack M. Forcey Professor of Political Science in U.C.

Berkeley's Department of Political Science which he joined in July He served as director of the Institute of East Asian Studies from until There he held the Il Han New Chair in Asian Studies.