Reconfiguring East Asia: Regional Institutions and Organizations After the Crisis
Psychology Press, 2002 - Business & Economics - 270 pages
Focuses both on specific regional organizations like ASEAN, The Asian Development Bank and APEC, as well as on key institutions such as East Asian legal systems, the media, organized labour, Asian business systems, and the developmental state.
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