The Economic and Political Growth Pattern of AsiaPacific: Papers and Proceedings of a Private Conference

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Lloyd R. Vasey, George J. Viksnins
Institute of Southeast Asian, 1977 - Business & Economics - 270 pages

The papers and proceedings of a a conference organized by the Institute and the Pacific Forum, Honolulu, on 7-10 July 1976. Contents include papers submitted by international bankers and other specialists under the following chapter headings: The Emerging Politico-Economic Setting, New Economic Patterns and Trends, Foreign Investment and the New Environment, The Emerging Non-Market Economies in Asia - China and Vietnam: Their Potential Impact on the Region. Additionally, Committee Reports - on the The Political Outlook and its Impact on Economic Progress, Emerging Economic Patterns and Policies and the Impact on Economic Development, and Investment Policies and Proposals - and two Conference Background Papers on 'Perceptions of Future Stability in Asia-Pacific' and 'Asia-Pacific and the Emerging Economic Order' are included. Contains a list of participants and a transcript of discussion sessions.

 

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Contents

OPENING ADDRESS
10
The Future of AsiaPacific and the U S Role
21
A View From
40
Outlook for Economic and Political Stability in AsiaPacific
52
The Economic Outlook Opportunities for Cooperation
61
The Role of the Private Enterprise System
75
Commodities Resources and Raw Materials A Future
101
A Suggested Framework
109
A Direction for Foreign Investment in AsiaPacific
143
Foreign Investments in AsiaPacific
149
The Emerging NonMarket Economies in Asia China
166
The Food Problem and Regional Cooperation
187
COMMITTEE REPORTS
200
Perceptions of Future Stability in AsiaPacific
211
AsiaPacific and the Emerging Economic Order
231
PARTICIPANTS
268

A Direction for Foreign Investments in AsiaPacific
131

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About the author (1977)

• Lloyd R. Vasey, Ret. Rear Admiral, USN, and Executive Director, Pacific Forum, Honolulu.

• George J. Viksnins, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Georgetown University, Washington D.C

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