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Economic Integration in East Asia   —Perspectives from Spatial and Neoclassical Economics—

他社で出版した研究成果

Edward Elgar

Increasing numbers of free trade and economic partnership agreements have been concluded among many countries in East Asia, and economic integration has progressed rapidly on both a de facto and de jure basis. However, as the authors of this book argue, integration may intensify regional inequalities in East Asia and so this process has attracted much attention of late. Will it actually succeed in achieving greater economic growth or will it in fact cause growing regional disparity?


他社で出版した研究成果 Economic Integration in East Asia ■ Economic Integration in East Asia —Perspectives from Spatial and Neoclassical Economics—
■ Edited by Masahisa Fujita , Satoru Kumagai , Koji Nishikimi
■ £79.95
■ 349pp.
■ October 2008発行
■ ISBN978-1-84720-912-2
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Contents

Preface
 1. Introduction
  Masahisa Fujita, Satoru Kumagai and Koji Nishikimi
PART I: BASIC VIEWPOINTS ON EAST ASIAN ECONOMIC INTEGRATION
 2. Regional Integration in East Asia: Perspectives of Spatial and Neoclassical Economics
  Masahisa Fujita and Nobuaki Hamaguchi
 3. Specialization and Agglomeration Forces of Economic Integration
  Koji Nishikimi
PART II: GENERAL VIEWS ON EAST ASIAN ECONOMIC INTEGRATION
 4. Industrial Clustering and MNE Management in East Asia: Recent Progress and Prospects for the Asian Triangle
  Akifumi Kuchiki
 5. Evolution of Institutions and Policies for Economic Integration in East Asia: History and Prospects
  Yoshihiro Otsuji and Kunihiko Shinoda
 6. Economic Integration in Asia: European Pespectives
  Anthony J. Venables, L. Alan Winters and Linda Yueh
PART III: CASE STUDIES OF EAST ASIAN ECONOMIC INTEGRATION
 7. Structure and Determinants of Intra-Regional Trade in East Asia
  Satoru Kumagai
 8. Location Choices of Korean MNEs in East Asia: Escaping the Nutcracker
  Ho Yeon Kim
 9. Location Choices of Japanese MNEs in East Asia
  Toshitaka Gokan
 10. Economic Opening and Industrial Agglomeration in China
  Zao Chen, Yu Jin and Ming Lu
 11. The Home Market Effect in ASEAN Countries
  Ikumo Isono
Index