Political Economy of Northeast Asian Regionalism: Political Conflict and Economic Integration (Google eBook)
Functional integration in the economy has developed sufficiently in Northeast Asia. This study proposes a Northeast Asian version of the regional integration model. It suggests a crisis model and a political leadership model, with political leadership playing a critical role in utilizing crises to advance regional integration.
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