Trade Policy in the Asia-Pacific The Role of Ideas, Interests, and Domestic Institutions /
East Asian countries are now pursuing greater formal economic institutionalization, weaving a web of bilateral and minilateral preferential trade agreements. Scholarly analysis of “formal” East Asian regionalism focuses on international political and economic factors such as the end of the Cold War,...
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New York, NY :
Springer New York,
The Political Economy of the Asia Pacific,
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- Domestic Politics of China’s Asian Regionalism Policy
- The Domestic Politics of Japan’s Regional Economic Foreign Policy
- South Korea’s Dynamics of Regionalism: Hegemon, Ideas, and Domestic Institutions
- The United States and Asian Regionalism: the Politics of Reactive Leadership
- The Politics of Singapore’s Bilateral Free Trade Agreements: Enlightened Self-Interest to Promote East Asian Regionalism?- Conclusion.