Handbook on the Northeast and Southeast Asian Economies
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2007 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
Provides a broad overview of economic and social developments in the countries covered (Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Lao, Malaysia, Myanmar, North Korea, The Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Viet N
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Page 16 - Review of the state of the environment in Asia and the Pacific', Ministerial Conference on Environment and Development in Asia and the Pacific, Preparatory Meeting of Senior Officials, 24-26 March. 32. Ibid., p. 17. 33. Minxin Pei (2006), 'The dark side of China's rise', Foreign Policy, March/ April, 32^11.
Page viii - His research interests cover Myanmar politics and economics as well as political culture, democratization, civil-military relations and nuclear proliferation. A member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies (London) and the Association for Asian Studies (USA), he is also the Associate Editor of the ISEAS journal Contemporary Southeast Asia and the series editor of ISEAS Working Papers.
Page 8 - Asian growth, like that of the Soviet Union in its high-growth era, seems to be driven by extraordinary growth in inputs like labor and capital rather than by gains in efficiency.