Beyond the Asian Crisis: Pathways to Sustainable Growth

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Anis Chowdhury, Iyanatul Islam
Edward Elgar, Jan 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 373 pages
'The volume is certainly interesting and well-informed and would make a valuable addition to reading lists for courses on East Asian economic development.' - Anne Booth, Asia Pacific Business Review As Southeast and Northeast Asia recover from the Asian crisis and return to a state of growth, the authors of this book assess the lessons to be learned from the crisis to achieve sustainable development in the future. While the importance of each factor contributing to the crisis varies from country to country, their collective experience has created unprecedented turmoil in current thinking on development policy.

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development strategies in Asia
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Revitalizing the Japanese economy
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