Globalisation and the Asia-Pacific: Contested Perspectives and Diverse Experiences (Google eBook)
Iyanatul Islam, Moazzem Hossain
Edward Elgar Publishing - Political Science - 233 pages
Presents contested perspectives on globalisation illustrated by the diverse experiences of selected economies of the Asia-Pacific as case studies. Country experiences, ranging from broad political economy perspectives to industry case studies, are discussed. Australian Islam from Griffith university.
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2 Keeping the gains of globalisation
macroeconomic management and public finance
issues and considerations beyond the Washington Consensus
5 Foreign direct investment policy and economic development
uniting and dividing impacts of globalisation
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