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Armstrong, Shiro and Tom Westland (eds) (2018) Asian Economic Integration in an Era of Global Uncertainty, ANU Press.

Hutchinson, Francis E and Sanchita Basu Das (eds) (2016) Asia and the Middle-Income Trap, Routledge.

  1. Asia and the middle-income trap: an overview – Francis E Hutchinson and Sanchita Basu Das
  2. The middle-income trap turns 10 – Indermit Gill and Homi Kharas
  3. Resilience and escaping development traps: lessons for Asian-Pacific economies – Alla Myrvoda, Malhar Nabar and Changyong Rhee
  4. Can China rise to high income? – Yiping Huang
  5. Is Indonesia trapped in the middle? – Haryo Aswicahyono and Hal Hill
  6. India: escaping low-income traps and averting middle-income ones – Shekhar Shah and Rajesh Chadha
  7. Institutional quality and growth traps – David Dollar
  8. Avoiding ‘Tiger’ traps: how human capital can propel countries beyond middle-income status in East Asia – Emmanuel Jimenez and Elizabeth M King
  9. Escaping the middle-income trap: trade, investment and innovation – Shiro Armstrong and Tom Westland

Chen, Edward K Y and Wendy Dobson (eds) (2015) Financial Development and Cooperation in Asia and the Pacific, Routledge.

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  1. Introduction: Financial development in Asia — work in progress – Wendy Dobson and Edward K Y Chen
  2. Financial development and economic growth: the long view – Barry Eichengreen
  3. Is Basel III enough for macroprudential policy in Asia and the Pacific? – Robert N McCauley
  4. Capital market development in the Asia–Pacific region – Andrew Sheng
  5. Monetary policy in Asia and the Pacific in the post-, post-crisis era – Hiro Ito
  6. The Chiang Mai Initiative and the future of East Asian regional macroeconomic and financial cooperation – Reza Y Siregar and Keita Miyaki
  7. Financial development in Asia: beyond aggregate indicators – Tatiana Didier and Sergio L Schmukler
  8. China’s capital account liberalization – Yu Yongding
  9. Use of national currencies for trade settlement in East Asia: a proposal – Il Houng Lee and Yung Chul Park

Wendy Dobson (ed.) (2013) Human Capital Formation and Economic Growth in Asia and the Pacific, Routledge.

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  1. Human capital formation and growth: microeconomic dimensions – Wendy Dobson and Muhammad Umar Boodoo
  2. The skills of ‘Tigers’ – Emmanuel Jimenez and Elizabeth M King
  3. Investment in human capital accumulation and growth: analyzing policy effectiveness – Been-Lon Chen
  4. Human capital in Japan’s demographic transition: implications for other Asian countries – Naohiro Yashiro
  5. Higher education financing ad inequality: the critical role of student loan scheme design — illustrations from Indonesia, Vietnam and Thailand – Bruce Chapman
  6. The changing demand for human capital at China’s new stage of development – Cai Fang and Du Yang
  7. Human capital and Indonesia’s economic development – Umbu Reku Raya and Daniel Suryadarma
  8. Human capital development and economic growth in Malaysia and Thailand: stuck in the middle? – Emmanuel Jimenez, Vy T Nguyen and Harry Anthony Patrinos
  9. Knowledge diffusion through good knowledge governance: the case of Singapore’s marine cluster – Thomas Menkhoff and Hans-Dieter Evans
  10. The quest for foreign skills: international recruitment strategies in the Asia-Pacific region – Kang Qing Zhang, Evelyn Chan, Charles Labrecque, Heather Kincaide and Mikhail Iturralde
  11. Regional cooperation in education: issues for developing countries in the Asia-Pacific region – Josef T Yap

Huang, Yiping and Miaojie Yu (eds) (2012) China’s New Role in the World Economy, Routledge.

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  1. Introduction – Yiping Huang
  2. China’s rapid growth and development: a historical and international context – Ligang Song
  3. Double transition and China’s export-led growth – Yang Yao
  4. Understanding changing trends in Chinese wages – Cai Fang, Wang Meiyan and Du Yang
  5. Climate change mitigation: a defining challenge for China – Stephen Howes
  6. Financial reform and economic development in China – Yiping Huang and Xun Wang
  7. Capital account liberalization and the role of the renminbi – Nicholas Lardy and Patrick Douglass
  8. Chinese trade policy after ten years in the World Trade Organization: a post-crisis stocktake – Razeen Sally
  9. Issues and options for social security reform in China – Li Shi
  10. Chinese outward direct investment: is there a China model? – Yiping Huang and Bijun Wang
  11. History matters: China and global governance – Wendy Dobson

Armstrong, Shiro (ed.) (2011) The Politics and the Economics of Integration and Asia and the Pacific, Routledge.

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  1. Overview and issues – Shiro Armstrong
  2. Beyond the golden era: Asia Pacific cooperation after the global financial crisis – Peter A Petri
  3. Regional economic integration in Asia: the track record and prospects – Razeen Sally
  4. The influence of economics and politics on the structure of world trade and investment flows – Shiro Armstrong and Peter Drysdale
  5. Investment, production and trade networks as drivers of East Asian integration- Ralph Paprzycki and Keiko Ito
  6. Trade potential between mainland China and Taiwan – Xinpeng Xu and Yu Sheng
  7. The varying fortunes of ASEAN economic integration: what does the historical experience reveal? – Helen E S Nesadurai
  8. Managing deeper integration in Asia and the Pacific – Haryo Aswicahyono

Armstrong, Shiro and Vo Tri Thanh (eds) (2011) International Institutions and Asian Development, Routledge.

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  1. Overview and issues – Shiro Armstrong
  2. International public goods – Richard N Cooper
  3. Making the international system work for the platinum age of Asian growth – Ross Garnaut
  4. Effects of GATT/WTO on Asia’s trade performance – Will Martin, Kym Anderson and Cong S Pham
  5. The IMF and East Asia: the legacy of the crisis and actions for the future – Shinji Takagi
  6. The World Bank in the East Asia and Pacific region: past performance and future directions – Amar Bhattacharya
  7. The evolution of the World Bank and its implications for the Asian Development Bank – David Vines
  8. China’s foreign trade, WTO accession and institutional quality – Miaojie Yu
  9. Vietnam one year after WTO accession: a review of existing studies and a preliminary assessment- Doan Hoang Quang and Vo Tri Thanh
  10. APEC: origins, rationale, evolution, achievements and potential – Andrew Elek and Hadi Soesastro
  11. Regional and international cooperation architecture as public goods – Peter Drysdale and Shiro Armstrong

Palacios, Juan J (ed.) (2008) Multinational Corporations and the Emerging Network Economy in Asia and the Pacific, Routledge.

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  1. Multinational corporations and the economy of networks: an overview – Juan J Palacios
  2. Eras of enterprise globalisation: from vertical integration to virtualisation and beyond – Sandor Boyson and Chaodong Han
  3. Innovation offshoring: root causes of Asia’s rise and policy implications – Dieter Ernst
  4. Information and communication technologies and inter-corporate production networks: global information technology and local guanxi in the Taiwanese personal computer industry – Kenneth L Kraemer, Jason Dedrick, William Foster and Zhang Cheng
  5. The creation of regional production networks in Asia Pacific: the case of Japanese multinational corporations – Shujiro Urata
  6. The internationalisation of firm activities and its economic impacts: the case of South Korea – Sanghoon Ahn, Siwook Lee and Cheonsik Woo
  7. The rise of Mexican multinationals: driving forces and limiting factors – Victor Lopez Villafane and Clemente Ruiz Duran
  8. Emerging transnational corporations from East Asia: the case of mainland China – Edward K Y Chen and Ping Lin
  9. Multinational production networks and the new geo-economic division of labour in Pacific Rim countries – Prema-chandra Athukorala
  10. Multinational corporations and Pacific regionalism – Philippa Dee
  11. Governing multinational corporations in the Pacific – Robert Scollay
  12. Corporate social responsibility and capital accumulation – Djisman Simanjuntak

Petri, Peter A and Sumner J La Croix (eds) (2007) Challenges to the Global Trading System, Routledge.

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  1. New challenges to the global trading system – Sumner J La Croix and Peter A Petri
  2. The challenge of policy in the era of globalization – Supachai Panitchpakdi
  3. Globalization fatigue, not globalization backlash – Douglas A Irwin
  4. The emergence of ‘intra-mediate trade’: implications for the Asia-Pacific region – Yumiko Okamoto
  5. The political economy of the proliferation of FTAs – Yung Chul Park, Shujiro Urata and Inkyo Cheong
  6. US trade policy towards China: discrimination and its implications – Chad P Bown and Rachel McCulloch
  7. Does trade lead to a race to the bottom in environmental standards? Another look at the issues – Erlinda M Medalla and Dorothea C Lazaro
  8. What’s new about outsourcing? – Justin Yifu Lin and Ying-Yi Tsai
  9. Have developing countries gained from the marriage between trade agreements and intellectual property rights? – Sumner J La Croix and Denise Eby Konan
  10. Economic interpendence and security in the Asia Pacific – Rong-I Wu, Chyuan-Jenq Shiau and Chi-Chen Chiang
  11. Practitioner’s perspectives on trade and development – Mari Pangestu
  12. US trade strategy and the Asia-Pacific region – Lisa Coen
  13. Balancing regional and multilateral commitments: the case of Iceland – Geir H Haarde
  14. Globalization and politics – Doug Bereuter
  15. New dimensions of globalization – Narongchai Akrasanee
  16. California: a microcosm of Pacific Rim trade issues – Richard M Rosenberg
  17. Globalization at the University of Hawaii – David McClain
  18. Competition and fairness in the execution of globalization – Arthur L Goldstein
  19. International opportunities and national choices – Pang Eng Fong
  20. Adverse trends in trade negotiations – Peter Drysdale
  21. Sustaining the multilateral trading system – Hugh Patrick
  22. Adjustment, compensation and contingent protection – Peter A Petri
  23. First- and second-order adjustments to globalization – Hadi Soesastro
  24. Managing adjustments to globalization – Kim Song Tan

Findlay, Christopher and Hadi Soesastro (eds) (2006) Reshaping the Asia Pacific Economic Order, Routledge.

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  1. Peter Drysdale and PAFTAD – Ross Garnaut and Hugh Patrick
  2. Overview – Hadi Soesastro and Christopher Findlay
  3. The international trade order: cooperation for economic development – Bernard Hoekman
  4. Truncated globalisation: the fate of the Asia Pacific economies? – Ross Garnaut and Ligang Song
  5. Asia Pacific economies and the Doha Development Agenda – Bijit Bora and Muhammad Chatib Basri
  6. APEC in the emerging international economic order: lame duck or catalyst? – Andrew Elek
  7. Rise of East Asian regionalism – Chia Siow Yue and Mari Pangestu
  8. The Free Trade Area of the Americas: how deep an integration in the Western Hemisphere? – Gary Clyde Hufbauer and Sherry Stephenson
  9. East Asian regionalism — undermining or underpinning Asia Pacific integration? – Robert Scollay
  10. The rise of services trade: regional initiatives and challenges for the WTO – Philippa Dee and Alexandra Sidorenko
  11. The movement of people in the Asia Pacific region – Mei Ling Sieh Lee and Fon Sim Ong
  12. Asia Pacific regional architecture and financial market integration – Wendy Dobson
  13. Politico-strategic dimensions of economic cooperation in the Asia Pacific – Andrew MacIntyre and Hadi Soesastro

Medalla, Erlinda M (ed.) (2005) Competition Policy in East Asia, Routledge.

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  1. Perspectives on competition policy: an overview of the issues – Erlinda M Medalla
  2. The evolution of competition law in East Asia – Ping Lin
  3. Implementing an effective competition policy: skills and synergies – Rod Shogren
  4. Competition policy, economic development and the possible role of a multilateral framework on competition policy: insights from the WTO working group on trade and competition policy- Robert Anderson and Frederic Jenny
  5. Competition in electricity markets – Maria Fe Villamejor-Mendoza
  6. Telecommunications – Christopher Findlay, Roy Chun Lee, Alexandra Sidorenko and Mari Pangestu
  7. The airline industry – Ralph Huenemann and Anming Zhang
  8. The shipping industry – Deunden Nikomborirak
  9. The insurance industry – Melanie S Milo
  10. The interaction between contract and competition law- Lewis Evans and Neil Quigley
  11. Regional cooperation in competition policy – David K Round

Drysdale, Peter (ed.) (2004) The New Economy in East Asia and the Pacific, Routledge Curzon.

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  1. The new economy in Asia and the Pacific: an overview – Peter Drysdale
  2. What’s new in the new economy? – Richard N Cooper
  3. The new economy: theory and measurement – Richard G Lipsey
  4. Telecommunications policy and the evolution of the internet – Robert W Crandall
  5. Factors affecting growth in the region: R&D and productivity – Shandre M Thangavelu and Toh Mun Heng
  6. Beyond Silicon Valley: the regional spread of innovation – Juan J Palacios
  7. The Indian experience – Mangesh G Korgaonker
  8. The Chinese experience – Dong Yuntin
  9. The Taiwanese experience: impact on production and trade – Sheng-Cheng Hu and Vei-Lin Chan
  10. Corporate strategies in information technology firms – Yasunori Baba and F Ted Tschang
  11. Intellectual property protection and capital markets in the new economy – Keith E Maskus
  12. A force for market competition or market power? – Lewis Evans
  13. Internet providers: an industry study – Haryo Aswicahyono, Titik Anas and Dionisius Ardiyanto
  14. Automobiles: an industry study – Roger Farrell and Christopher Findlay
  15. The digital divide in East Asia – Emmanuel C Lallana
  16. E-commerce: the work program of the World Trade Organization – Edsel T Custodio
  17. Implications for APEC – Mari Pangestu and Sung-Hoon Park

Lee, Kyung Tae (ed.) (2002) Globalization and the Asia Pacific Economy, Routledge.

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  1. Introduction – Kyung Tae Lee
  2. Globalization: historical perspectives and prospects – Rachel McCulloch
  3. Coping with globalization and financial crisis: rethinking East Asian strategies – Hiwhoa Moon
  4. Engines of globalization: big and small multinational enterprises in the global era – Shujiro Urata
  5. Social consequences of the East Asian economic crisis: a case of globalization gone wrong – Medhi Krongkaew
  6. The potential role of foreign direct investment in Indonesia’s recovery – Mari Pangestu
  7. Foreign exchange market liberalization policies in South Korea: past assessment and future options – Woo Sik Moon and Yeong Seop Rhee
  8. Capital flows and capital controls: the Malaysian experience – Latifah Merican Cheong
  9. Performance of East Asian corporations before and after the crisis – Stijn Claessens, Simeon Djankov and Lixin Colin Xu
  10. Risks of financial liberalization and reform for financial stability – Bhanupong Nidhiprabha
  11. Integrating financial markets in East Asia – Gordon de Brouwer
  12. Managing small open economies: exchange rate systems and real sector shocks – Arthur Grimes
  13. Impacts of globalization on China: an assessment of China’s reforms and liberalization – He Liping
  14. Evaluation of changes in the corporate governance system of South Korean chaebols – Sung Wook Joh and Sang Dai Ryoo
  15. Globalization on the rocks – Peter A Petri
  16. A quest for a new international financial architecture: an Asia Pacific perspective – Akira Kohsaka
  17. East Asian integration as a determinant of the international economic architecture – Wendy Dobson

Yamazawa, Ippei (ed.) (2000) Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), Routledge.

  1. Introduction — APEC ideas and reality: history and prospects – Ross Garnaut
  2. Macroeconomic interdependence in the APEC region – Akira Kohsaka
  3. Trade and investment liberalisation and facilitation – Ippei Yamazawa and Shujiro Urata
  4. APEC and the millennium round – Peter A Petri
  5. APEC’s relationship with its sub-regional trading arrangements – Mahani Zainal-Abidin
  6. Liberalisation of manufacturing sectors: the automobile industry in China – Ralph W Huenemann
  7. Malaysia’s telecommunications services: liberalisation within APEC – Sieh Lee Mei Ling and Loke Wai Heng
  8. Liberalisation of the rice sector in Japan, Korea and Taiwan – Tsu-Tan Fu
  9. Ecotech at the heart of APEC: capacity-building in the Asia Pacific – Andrew Elek and Hadi Soesastro
  10. Competition and deregulation policy areas in APEC – Kerrin M Vaultier and Peter Lloyd
  11. Application of CGE modelling to analysis of environmental measures in APEC – Kanemi Ban
  12. APEC as an international institution – Vinod K Aggarwal and Charles E Morrison
  13. Summary and recommendations – Ippei Yamazawa, Peter Drysdale and Hadi Soesastro

de Brouwer, Gordon with Wisarn Pupphavesa (eds) (1999) Asia Pacific Financial Deregulation, Routledge.

  1. Introduction – Gordon de Brouwer
  2. Volatility and contagion in a financially integrated world: lessons from East Asia’s recent experience – Pedro Alba, Amar Bhattacharya, Stijn Claessens, Swati Ghosh and Leonardo Hernandez
  3. Financial crises and the prudential regulation of financial institutions – Jia-Dong Shea and David C Y Sun
  4. Evolving patterns of capital flows and the East Asian economic crisis – Masahiro Kawai
  5. The development of Asian equity markets – Matthew Field and Don Hanna
  6. Tokyo, Hong Kong and Singapore as competing financial centres – Manuel F Montes
  7. Changes in corporate governance structure in Indonesia – Farid Harianto and Mari E Pangestu
  8. Development in Chinese corporate finance and its implication for ownership reform – Weiying Zhang
  9. Financial reform and its impact on corporate organisation in Korea – Sang Yong Park
  10. Financial fragility in Japan – Akiyoshi Horiuchi
  11. Reform of Australian and New Zealand financial markets – Kevin Davis
  12. Thailand’s financial reforms: problems and prospects – Chaipat Sahasakul
  13. Asia Pacific financial liberalisation and reform – Gordon de Brouwer

Wu, Rong-I and Yun-Peng Chu (eds) (1999) Business, Markets and Government in the Asia Pacific, Routledge.

  1. Introduction – Rong-I Wu and Yun-Peng Chu
  2. Business networks in East Asia: diversity and evolution – Wendy Dobson
  3. Markets, competition and restructuring in the 1990s – Peter A Petri
  4. State intervention, ownership and state enterprise reform in China – Justin Yifu Lin
  5. The evolution of competition policy: lessons from comparative experience – Michael J Trebilcock
  6. The convergence of competition law within APEC and the CER agreement – Alan Bollard and Kerrin M Vautier
  7. Competition policy in APEC: principles of harmonisation – P J Lloyd
  8. Trade and competition policy – Rong-I Wu and Yun-Peng Chu
  9. Competition regulation and policy in Thailand – Wisarn Pupphavesa
  10. Policy approaches to economic deregulation and regulatory reform – Merit E Janow
  11. Telecommunications and privatisation in Asia – John Ure and Araya Vivorakij
  12. Japan’s air transport policy at a crossroad – Ushio Chujoh and Hirotaka Yamauchi
  13. Power sector reform in Malaysia: privatisation and regulation – G Naidu
  14. Liberalisation and privatisation of the Thai power sector: issues and perspectives – Thiraphong Vikitset
  15. Summary of discussion – Heather Smith

English, H Edward and David Runnalls (eds) (1997) Environment and Development in the Pacific: Problems and Policy Options, Addison-Wesley Longman.

  1. Overview – H Edward English and Ramesh Chaitoo
  2. Economic implications of greenhouse gas policy – Warwick J McKibbin and Peter J Wilcoxen
  3. Asia Pacific cooperation in energy and the environment – Ippei Yamazawa, Shin’ichi Nakayama and Hideaki Kitamura
  4. Forestry and the environment in China – Runsheng Yin
  5. Sharing the benefits and costs of forest conservation – Mingsarn Kaosa-ard
  6. Fishery resources of the Pacific and international cooperation – Gordon R Munro
  7. Economic issues in solid waste management in Asia: the case of Metropolitan Manila – Nimfa Mendoza and Florian Alburo
  8. Transboundary pollution of the Yellow Sea – Sang-Gon Lee
  9. Environmental policies and waste disposal in Taiwan – Chung-Huang Huang
  10. Economic and regulatory policy instruments in developing countries – Victor L Urquidi
  11. The scope for multilateral institutions – David Robertson
  12. Financing sustainable development – Eugenio Figueroa
  13. A future policy agenda for APEC and priorities for economists – David Runnalls

Chen, Edward K Y and Peter Drysdale (eds) (1995) Corporate Links and Foreign Direct Investment in Asia and the Pacific, Harper Educational.

  1. Introduction and overview – Hadi Soesastro
  2. Growth and decline in multinational enterprises: from equilibrium models to turnover processes – Richard E Caves
  3. The interdependence of trade and investment in the Pacific – Peter A Petri
  4. Subregional economic integration: Hong Kong, Taiwan, South China and beyond – Yun-Wing Sung
  5. Chinese capitalism in Thailand: embedded networks and industrial structure – Gary G Hamilton and Tony Waters
  6. On the causes of low levels of FDI in Japan – Ryuhei Wakasugi
  7. Japan’s low levels of inward direct investment: causes, consequences and remedies – Mark Mason
  8. Multinational corporations and technology transfer in Penang and Guadalajara – Juan J Palacios
  9. A study of the operations of Japanese firms in Asia: the electrical machinery industry – Motoshige Itoh and Jun Shibata
  10. Technological change, foreign investment and the new strategic thrust of Japanese firms in the Asia Pacific – Denis Fred Simon and Yongwook Jun
  11. The international procurement and sales behaviour of multinational enterprises – Chia Siow Yue
  12. Direct investment in low-wage and high-wage countries: the case of Taiwan – Tain-Jy Chen, Ying-Hua Ku and Meng-Chun Liu
  13. Summary of Discussion – Gordon de Brouwer

Bergsten, C Fred and Marcus Nolan (eds) (1993) Pacific Dynamism and the International Economic System, Institute for International Economics.

  1. Introduction and Overview – C Fred Bergsten and Marcus Noland
  2. Global Trade Flows: Old Structures, New Issues, Empirical Evidence – Richard J Grant, Maria C Papadakis and J David Richardson
  3. The Uruguay Round and the GATT: Whither the Global System? – John Whalley
  4. Globalism and Regionalism: Complements or Competitors? – Soogil Young
  5. The Existing Bloc Expanded? The European Community, EFTA, and Eastern Europe – Per Magnus Wijkman
  6. NAFTA and Pacific Partnership: Advancing Multilateralism? – H Edward English and Murray G Smith
  7. The Pacific: An Application of a General Theory of Economic Integration – Peter Drysdale and Ross Garnaut
  8. Subregional Economic Zones: A New Motive Force in Asia-Pacific Development – Chia Siow Yue and Lee Tsao Yuan
  9. Changing Patterns of Direct Investment and the Implications for Trade and Development – Shujiro Urata
  10. The Yen and the International Monetary System – Takatoshi Ito
  11. Human Capital Flows – Glenn A Withers
  12. Economic Growth, Environmental Issues, and Trade – Kym Anderson
  13. Implications of the Post-Cold War Politico-Security Environment on the Pacific Economy – Hadi Soesastro

Garnaut, Ross and Liu Guoguang (eds) (1992) Economic Reform and Internationalisation: China and the Pacific Region, Allen and Unwin.

  1. Introduction – Ross Garnaut
  2. China’s reforms in an international context – Ross Garnaut
  3. The ‘open policies’ and internationalisation – Wang Jianmin
  4. China’s economic reform and development: historical review and future prospects – Lu Zheng
  5. Surrounding the cities from the countryside – Christopher Findlay and Andrew Watson
  6. Rural reform and development – Justin Yifu Lin
  7. Agricultural reform and development in Asia: a comparative perspective – Keijiro Otsuka
  8. Regional development in the reform period – Hiroyuki Kato
  9. The open-door strategies: an outside perspective – Nicholas R Lardy
  10. The economic integration of Hong Kong, Taiwan and South Korea with the mainland of China – Yun-Wing Sung
  11. The pattern of Korea’s foreign direct investment: implications for the internationalisation of China’s economy – Yongwook Jun and Denis Fred Simon
  12. Comparative experience of financial reform in Taiwan and Korea: implications for the mainland of China – Jia-Dong Shea and Tzung-Ta Yen
  13. Adjustment policies of small open economies: the experience of Indonesia – Sjahrir and Mari Pangestu
  14. A European perspective on Asia-Pacific leadership: implications for Japanese and US foreign economic policy – Ulrich Hiemenz
  15. Soviet and East European economies in transition: implications for China and the Pacific region – Carl McMillan
  16. An overview – Alan Bollard
  17. Summary of discussion – Stephen Howes

Ariff, Mohamed (ed.) (1991) The Pacific Economy: Growth and External Stability, Allen and Unwin.

  1. Introduction – Mohamed Ariff
  2. Economic stability and growth in the Pacific: an overview – Ross Garnaut
  3. Pacific growth and macroeconomic performance: models and issues – Anne O Krueger
  4. The United States in the world economy – Barry P Bosworth
  5. The Japanese economy and Pacific development – Heizo Takenaka
  6. The current account and economic policy: the Australian experience in the 1980s – R G Gregory
  7. Macroeconomic management in the ASEAN countries – Mari Pangestu
  8. Exchange rate regimes and practices: Malaysian perspectives – Lin See Yan
  9. Resource gaps and external financing in the Asia-Pacific countries – Manuel F Montes
  10. Commodity trends and policy responses with reference to the Pacific – Ronald C Duncan
  11. Evolving patterns of comparative advantage in the Pacific economies – Ippei Yamazawa, Akira Hirata and Kazuhiko Yokota
  12. The Pacific and the world economy: inter-relations – Lawrence B Krause and Mark Sundberg
  13. The role of multilateralism and regionalism: a Pacific perspective – H Edward English and Murray G Smith

Soesastro, Hadi and Mari Pangestu (eds) (1990) Technological Challenge in the Asia-Pacific Economy, Allen and Unwin.

  1. Trade transformation and technology transfer – Ben Smith and James Jordan
  2. Technology and changing comparative advantage in the Pacific region – Paul Krugman
  3. Acquiring technology – Richard R Nelson
  4. The electronics industry – Edward K Y Chen
  5. The information industry – Ken-ichi Imai
  6. Robotics technology – Kenneth Flamm
  7. Technology policy in Japan – Shuji Tamura and Shujiro Urata
  8. Korea: the acquisition of technology – Linsu Kim
  9. China: the bargaining game – Susan L Shirk
  10. China: policies for technology import – Ding Jing Ping
  11. Indonesia: technology transfer in the manufacturing industry – Thee Kian Wie
  12. Malaysia: the technological factor – Fong Chan Onn
  13. Singapore: the information technology sector – Chew Soon Beng
  14. Canada: technology and competitiveness – Steven Globerman
  15. New Zealand: technology and development – Alan Bollard
  16. Summary of chapters and discussions – Hadi Soesastro, Mari Pangestu and David McKendrick

Castle, Leslie and Christopher Findlay (eds) (1988) Pacific Trade in Services, Allen and Unwin.

  1. Introduction – Leslie V Castle and Christopher Findlay
  2. The service sector in economic structure and in international transactions – Robert M Stern and Bernard M Hoekman
  3. Issues in international transactions in services – Frank Holmes
  4. Prospects for liberalising services trade – Richard H Snape
  5. Trade in air transport and tourism services – Christopher Findlay and Peter Forsyth
  6. Trade and investment in shipping services – Chia Lin Sien and Keith Trace
  7. Liberalisation of trade in financial services – Kazumasa Iwata
  8. A theoretical and empirical analysis of entrepot trade: Hong Kong, Singapore and their roles in China’s trade – Yun-wing Sung
  9. Telecommunication and information services: Japan’s recent experience – Yoko Sazanami
  10. Korea’s overseas construction services – Hak-Yong Rhee
  11. Survey of issues and review – Richard Cooper

Mutoh, Hiromuchi, Sueo Sekiguchi, Kotaro Suzumura and Ippei Yamazawa (eds) (1986) Industrial Policies for Pacific Economic Growth, Allen and Unwin.

  1. Overview – R G Gregory
  2. The economic analysis of industrial policy: a conceptual framework through the Japanese experience – Masahiro Okuno and Kotaro Suzumura
  3. Industrial policy and trade policy: a framework – Richard E Caves
  4. Industrial policy: the Canadian case – H Edward English and Donald G McFetridge
  5. Industrial policies and performance in ASEAN’s ‘big four’- Mohamed Ariff and Hal Hill
  6. The industrial policy of Taiwan – Kuo-shu Liang and Ching-ing Hou Liang
  7. Industrial policy in the United States and Europe: economic principles and political practices – Robert Lawrence
  8. Industrial policy in Japan – Masu Uekusa and Hideki Ide
  9. Structural adjustments in the textile and clothing industries – P J Lloyd
  10. The United States automobile industry: a case study of a de facto industrial policy – Lawrence J White
  11. Changing comparative advantage and trade and adjustment policies in the steel industry – Chong Hyun Nam
  12. Industrial policy for petrochemicals in selected Pacific Basin countries – Ai Tee Koh
  13. Industrial cooperation in ASEAN – R B Suhartono
  14. China’s economic development and policy – Mu Yang
  15. Summary of chapters and discussion – David Hughes, James Jordan, Frances McCall, Hiromichi Mutoh, Sueo Sekiguchi, Kotaro Suzumura and Ippei Yamazawa

Tan, Augustine H H and Basant Kapur (eds) (1986) Pacific Growth and Financial Interdependence, Allen and Unwin.

  1. Introduction — summary of chapters and discussion – Augustine H H Tan and Basant Kapur
  2. Financial development in the Pacific Basin market economies – Tsao Yuan
  3. The development of equity and bond markets in the Pacific region – Peter J Drake
  4. ASEAN: financial development and interdependence – Lin See-Yan
  5. Modelling of financial markets in Thailand – David C Cole, Supote Chunanuntathum and Chesada Loohawenchit
  6. Financing export-oriented growth in Korea – Wontack Hong and Yung Chul Park
  7. The internationalisation of banking – John Hewson
  8. Developing Asian financial centres – Lee Sheng Yi
  9. The internationalisation of Tokyo’s financial markets – Eisuke Sakakibara
  10. Trade in financial services; its nature, causes, growth prospects and social effects – Herbert G Grubel
  11. Recent US–Japan financial interactions under flexible exchange rates – Masaru Yoshitomi
  12. Trade and financial interdependence under flexible exchange rates – Jorge Braga de Macedo
  13. External shocks, policy responses and external debt of Asian developing countries – Seiji Naya and William James
  14. Issues and perspectives: an overview of banking regulation and monetary control – Ronald I McKinnon

Bautista, Romeo M and Seiji Naya (eds) (1984) Energy and Structural Change in the Asia Pacific Region, Philippine Institute for Development Studies/Asian Development Bank.

    Full volume available for free download at the Philippine Institute for Development Studies.

  1. Introduction and Overview – Romeo M Bautista
  2. Changes in Energy Consumption and Economic Growth in the Asia-Pacific Region – Robert McRae
  3. Energy Resources, Energy Prices and Trade Patterns – Ben Smith
  4. Energy and Structural Change in the Asia-Pacific Region: the Agricultural Sector – C Peter Timmer
  5. Impact of Energy Costs on Industrial Activity – Iwao Ozaki
  6. Medium-Term Outlook for Energy: Simulations With a Model of World Energy Markets – B J Choe
  7. Energy Resource Balances and Supply Developments in the Asia-Pacific Region – V V Desai
  8. The Economics of Renewable Energy Resources – Henry Kelly
  9. Energy Conservation Policies in the Asia-Pacific Region: Economic Evaluation – Corazon M Siddayao
  10. Energy Policy, Inflation and Economic Growth: An Analysis of Asian Developing Countries – William E James
  11. Energy and Adjustment: Indonesia and Malaysia – Sahathavan Meyanathan
  12. Energy Policies and Prospects in China – Li Guangan and Luo Yuanzhen
  13. Energy and Structural Change in Mexico – Miguel S Wionczek
  14. Structural Response to the Energy Crisis: The Philippine Case – Gary S Makasiar
  15. Impacts and Adjustments in the Energy Crises: A Case Study of Thailand – Praipol Koomsup
  16. The impact of Rising Energy Costs on the Economy, Industries and Trade in Hong Kong: A Contrast to the Cases of Korea and Taiwan – Tzong-Biau Lin and Yun-Wing Sung
  17. Comparison of Energy Developments in Japan and South Korea After the 1973-74 Oil Crisis – Joseph Yager
  18. Energy and Structural Change in Japan – Yasuhiro Murota
  19. Opportunities and Constraints on the Australian Economy Arising From a Growing Energy Sector – Michael Folie
  20. Petro-Dollar Recycling: An Explanation and Evaluation of What Happened from Oil Shock One to the Present Time – Burnham Campbell
  21. External Debt Problems of Developing Countries – Helen Hughes
  22. Inter-Regional and Intra-Regional Energy Cooperation in the Pacific Basin – Richard N Cooper
  23. Summary of Conference Proceedings – Seiji Naya

English, H E and Anthony Scott (eds) (1982) Renewable Resources in the Pacific, International Development Research Centre.

    Full volume available for free download at the International Development Research Centre Digital Library.

  1. Intensive, Extensive, and Optimal Development of ForestlandsAnthony Scott
  2. Optimizing the Use of Ocean Fish Resources in the Context of Extended National JurisdictionsParzival Copes
  3. Trade and Investment in Fish Products among Pacific-Area CountriesBiing-Hwan Lin, Rebecca J Lent, and Richard S Johnston
  4. Pacific Trade and Investment in Forest ProductsK L Aird and W A J Calow
  5. The Northeast-Asian Market Economies’Response to Tighter Controls on Fish and Forest ResourcesSueo Sekiguchi
  6. Resources of the Eastern USSRJan J Solecki
  7. Forest Plantations, Production, and Trade in the Pacific BasinRoger A Sedjo
  8. Pacific Northwest TimberlandsDavid R Darr
  9. Development Prospects for Forestry in IndonesiaA T Birowo
  10. Tree Crops in MalaysiaFrancis K Chan
  11. The Economic Future of Alaska Groundfish under Extended JurisdictionR L Stokes
  12. Canadian Regulation of Pacific FisheriesDavid G Moloneye
  13. The Developing Skipjack Tuna Fishery of the Central and Western Pacific OceanDavid J Doulman
  14. Fisheries Development in the South China SeaTeruji Sakiyama
  15. Squid Fishery in New Zealand: the Role of Joint Ventures and Foreign FleetsC C Wallace
  16. Export Potential of Coastal Shrimp Cultured in ThailandKamphol Adulavidhaya and Thanwa Jitsanguan
  17. Substitution of Nonexhaustible Resources for Fossil Fuel Energy and Inustrial Raw Material ResourcesBen Smith and Hugh Saddler
  18. Prospects for Renewable Energy Resources in South KoreaHoesung Lee
  19. Energy Constraints and the Open Economic Strategy in China’s ModernizationLi Guong-on and Luo Yuanzheng
  20. Location of Mechanical Processing of Tropical HardwoodK Takeuchi
  21. Cooperative Fisheries Arrangements between Pacific Coastal States and Distant-Water NationsGordon R Munro
  22. Fiscal Policies and Resource Rents in the Extraterritorial OceansRoss Garnaut

Hong, Wontack and Lawrence B Krause (eds) (1981) Trade and Growth in the Advanced Developing Countries in the Pacific Basin, Korea Development Institute.

    Full volume available for free download at the Korea Development Institute.

  1. Export-Led Industrial Growth Reconsidered – Anne O Krueger
  2. The Industrial Dynamic in Advanced Developing Countries – Fernando Fajnzylber
  3. Export-Oriented Growth and Industrial Diversification in Hong Kong – Tzong Biau Lin and Yin Ping Ho
  4. The Financing of Trade and Development in the ADCs: The Experience of Singapore – Kum Poh Wong
  5. Trade Strategy and Exchange Rate Policies in Taiwan – Kuo-Shu Liang and Ching-ing Hou Liang
  6. Trade, Industrial Policies, and the Structure of Protection in Korea – Chong Hyun Nam
  7. Export Growth and the Balance of Payments in Korea, 1960-78 – Yung Chul Park
  8. Trade, Growth and Income Distribution: The Korean Experience – Wontack Hong
  9. Changing Economic Relations Between the Asian ADCs and Resource-Exporting Advanced Countries of the Pacific Basin – Kym Anderson and Ben Smith
  10. Trade Relations between Latin American and the Asian ADCs – Ernesto Tironi
  11. An Analysis of Structural Dependence between Korea and Japan – Toshio Watanabe
  12. Adjusting to the ADCs in Face of Structurally Depressed Industries: The Case of Japan – Ippei Yamazawa
  13. ADCs’ Manufactured Export Growth and OECD Adjustment – Colin I Bradford
  14. US Political Pressures against Adjustment to Greater Imports – Robert E Baldwin
  15. Responding to the ‘New Protectionism’: Strategies for the ADCs – David Yoffie and Robert Keohane

Garnaut, Ross (ed.) (1980) ASEAN in a Changing Pacific and World Economy, ANU Press.

    Full volume available for free download at The Australian National University Open Research.

  1. Introduction – Ross Garnaut
  2. Regional and Global Approaches to Trade and Development Strategy- Anne O Krueger
  3. ASEAN Economic Co-operation – Amado Castro
  4. The Impact of ASEAN on the Asia-Pacific Region – Yasukichi Yasuba
  5. ASEAN’s Quest for Allocative Efficiency in Manufacturing: Perspectives on the Role of Complementation and Trade Policies – H Edward English
  6. Comparative Experience with Economic Integration in Developing Countries: Failures and Successes in Latin America – Ricardo Ffrench-Davis
  7. Trade Strategies and Industrial Development in the Philippines: With Special Reference to Regional Trade Preferences – Romeo M Bautista
  8. Trade Strategies and Industrial Development in Indonesia – M Arsjad Anwar
  9. Singapore’s Trade and Development Strategy, and ASEAN Economic Co-operation, with Special Reference to the ASEAN Common Approach to Foreign Economic Relations – Chia Siow Yue
  10. Malaysia’s Trade and Industrialisation Strategy with Special Reference to ASEAN Industrial Co-operation – Mohamed Ariff
  11. Economic Development of Thailand and ASEAN Economic Co-operation, with Special Reference to Commodity Problems – Narongchai Akrasanee
  12. The Prospects of ASEAN Countries in Industrialised Country Markets – Helen Hughes
  13. ASEAN Export Specialisation and the Evolution of Comparative Advantage in the Western Pacific Region – Ross Garnaut and Kym Anderson
  14. Direct Foreign Investment in ASEAN by Japan and the United States – Sueo Sekiguchi and Lawrence B Krause
  15. Japan’s Economic Relations with ASEAN – Makoto Ikema
  16. ASEAN and the People’s Republic of China – Luo Yuanzheng
  17. ASEAN’s Economic Relations with the Asian Socialist Countries – John Wong
  18. Survey of the Issues – W M Corden

Krause, Lawrence B and Hugh Patrick (eds) (1978) Trade and Growth in the Advanced Developing Countries in the Pacific Basin, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.

    Full volume available for free download at The Australian National University Open Research.

  1. Introduction – Lawrence B Krause
  2. The Raw Material Product Cycle – Stephen P Magee and Norman I Robins
  3. Mineral Trade and Investment Patterns in the Pacific Area – N M Switucha
  4. Resource Trade and the Development Process in Developing Countries – Ross Garnaut
  5. Ocean Mining in the Pacific Basin: Stimulus and Response – Michael Gorham
  6. Australia’s Minerals Production and Trade: Case Study of a Resource-Rich Developed Country – Ben Smith
  7. Options for a Resource-Poor Developed Country — Japan – Yasuhiro Murota
  8. Issues in the Development of Resource-Rich LDCs: Copper in Chile – Ernesto Tironi
  9. Natural Resource Problems in a Resource-Poor Developing Country: The Korean Case – Wontack Hong
  10. Commodity Trade from a North-South Perspective – Jose Pinera
  11. Japan’s Resource Security and Foreign Investment in the Pacific: A Case Study of Bilateral Devices beteween Advanced Countries – Kiyoshi Kojima
  12. The Wider Context of Bilateral Resource Exploitation Arrangements between the LDCs and the DCs – Miguel Wionczek
  13. International Commodity Control: The Tin Experience – Mohamed K M Ariff
  14. An Organization for Pacific Trade, Aid and Development: Regional Arrangements and the Resource Trade – Peter Drysdale

Narongchai Akrasanee, Seiji Naya and Vinyu Vichit-Vadakan (eds) (1976) Trade and Employment in Asia and the Pacific, University Press of Hawaii.

  1. Opening Address – Governor Snoh Unakul
  2. Introduction – Naronchai Akrasanee, Seiji Naya and Vinyu Vichit-Vadakan
  3. Trends in World Trade, Limits to Economic and Employment Growth, and the New International Economic Order – Robert E Baldwin
  4. A Multi-Country Simulation of the Employment and Exchange-Rate Effects of Post-Kennedy Round Tariff Reductions – Alan V Deardorff, Robert M Stern and Christopher F Baum
  5. Impact Exerted by Asian-Soviet on the Employment Situation in the Region – May Volkov
  6. Trade and the Operation of the Labor Market in Developed Countries: A Case Study of Japan – Ippei Yamazawa
  7. Trade and the Operation of the Labor Market in Developing Countries: A Review – V R Panchamukhi
  8. Alternative Trade Strategies, Growth and Employment – Anne O Krueger
  9. Trade and Employment in Korea – Wontack Hong
  10. Trade and Employment in Brazil – Jose L Carvalho and Claudio L S Haddad
  11. Industrialization and Trade Policies and Employment Effects in Thailand – Narongchai Akrasanee
  12. Non-Optimal Trade Policies and Labor Market Distortions — An Analysis of Their Impact on Resource Allocation in Malaysia – R Thillainathan
  13. Trade and Employment in Indonesia – Phillis Rosendale
  14. Trade and Stabilization Problems in Developed Pacific Economies – Yochi Okita
  15. Domestic Price, Output, Employment and External Balance Determination of a Small, Open, Primary Exporting Economy: A Quantitative Study of Stabilization Policies in Thailand – Olarn Chaiprawat
  16. Trade and Stablization Problems in Pacific Developing Countries – Norma O Alban
  17. Trade, Growth and Economic Stability – Harry G Johnson
  18. Trade and Employment: A Summing-up – Heinz W Arndt

Castle, Leslie V and Sir Frank Holmes (eds) (1976) Co-operation and Development in the Asia/Pacific Region: Relations Between Large and Small Countries, The Japan Economic Research Center.

    Full volume available for free download at The Australian National University Open Research.

  1. Opening Address – F H Corner
  2. Problems of Development Assistance and Economic Cooperation Among Large and Small States in the Pacific Region – Grant L Reuber
  3. Development Problems of Small Countries — A Survey – Frank Holmes
  4. Latin America: The Problems of Dependence and Economic Integration – Germanico Salgado
  5. Thailand’s International Economic Relations with Japan and the United States: A Study of Trade and Investment Interactions – Seiji Naya and Narongchai Akrasanee
  6. Small Island Economies: Problems of External Dependence – Ashok Desai
  7. The Problems of a Large Donor, the United States – Lawrence B Krause
  8. USSR Economic Co-operation with the Developing Nations of Asia and the Pacific Area – Andrei Chekhutov
  9. Problems of the Small Donor: The Australian Experience – Nancy Viviani
  10. Foreign Aid and Indonesian Development – Adrianus Mooy
  11. Japanese Foreign Investment: Problems of the Large Home Country – Atsushi Murakami
  12. Problems of the Small Host Country: Papua New Guinea Experience – Ross Garnaut
  13. Co-operation in Natural Resources Development: Marine Resources – Francis T Christy and Lewis Alexander
  14. Co-operation and Development in the Asia/Pacific Region: Relations Between Large and Small Countries: A Summing Up – Harry Johnson

Kojima, Kiyoshi and Miguel S Wionczek (eds) (1975) Technology Transfer in Pacific Economic Development, The Japan Economic Research Center.

    Full volume available for free download at The Australian National University Open Research.

  1. The Geo-Political and Economical Framework of the Transference of Technology in the Pacific Basin: Latin American Viewpoint – Omar Martinez Legorreta
  2. Emergence of the Pacific Economic Complex and Some Aspects of the Economic Relations between The Soviet Union and the Pacific Countries – V Yakubovsky
  3. Integration Tendencies in Pacific Asia and External Economic Relations of the USSR – I A Lebedev
  4. Development, Trade and Technology in the Pacific Region: The North American Viewpoint – Gustav Ranis
  5. Transfer of Technology and Japanese Experience – Saburo Okita and Shuji Tamura
  6. The Role of Multinational Corporations in the Less Developed Countries’ Trade in Technology – Gerry K Helleiner
  7. Import of Capital Goods – Krishna D N Singh
  8. Official Technical Assistance and the Third World – Gerado Bueno Ziribn
  9. The Diffusion of Agricultural Technology, the Adaptation Problems – Miguel Angel Cuadra
  10. Consequences of the ‘Green Revolution’ – Robert E Evenson
  11. The Diffusion of Technology in Manufacturing: The Development of Skills – Noboru Tabe
  12. The Choice of Technology and the Full Utilization of Resources – Nak Kwan Kim
  13. Technological Change and Comparative Advantage: An Advanced Country’s Viewpoint – Harry G Johnson
  14. The Role of Technology Transfer in Pacific Economic Development: A Summing-Up – Heinz W Arndt

Kojima, Kiyoshi (ed.) (1973) Structural Adjustments in Asia Pacific Trade, Vols I-II, The Japan Economic Research Center.

    Available for free download at The Australian National University Open Research: Volume I, Volume II.

    Volume I

  1. Greater European Economic Integration – Jean Royer
  2. The Impact of the Emergence of China on Asian-Pacific Trade – Shigeru Ishikawa
  3. Trade and Industrialization Policies: The Political Economy of the Second Best – Helen Hughes
  4. The Growth of Exports and Economic Development in Labor Surplus Economies — With Particular Reference to Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong – Soon Chough
  5. Trade Policy and Problems of Export Expansion — The Case of Southeast Asia – Seiji Naya and Udom Kerdpibule
  6. Latin American Growth and Trade Strategies in the Post-War Period – Miguel S Wionczek

  7. Volume II

  8. The Japanese Economy — An Introduction to its Industrial Adjustment Problems – Nobuyoshi Namiki
  9. The Structural Adjustment of Japanese Agriculture – Kenzo Hemmi
  10. The Assessment of Adjustment Problems in Australian Trade – David E James
  11. The US Economy and International Trade – Lawrence B Krause
  12. Trade Liberalization and National Adjustment Policy — The Canadian Case – H Edward English
  13. Summary – Hugh T Patrick

English, H E and Keith A J Hay (eds) (1972) Obstacles to Trade in the Pacific Area, Carleton University.

    Full volume available for free download at The Australian National University Open Research.

  1. Summary: Barriers to Trade in the Pacific Region – Thomas Burlington
  2. Japan’s Trade Policy and Trade in Temperate Zone Agricultural Products – J G Crawford and G H Board
  3. Trade in Grains and Other Crops of Extensive Agriculture – Kenzo Hemmi
  4. Agricultural Price Policies and Effects on Trade: Some Examples from the United States and Western Europe – D Gale Johnson
  5. Factors that Influence the Location of Processing Industries in Tropical Countries – H Vandenreisshe
  6. Trade in Processed Agricultural Products, with Special Reference to Sugar – R H Snape
  7. A Review of Some Basic Problems of the Kenaf Fiber Industry in Thailand – Vichitvong N Pombhejara
  8. Hong Kong Textile Exports: A Case Study of Voluntary Restraints – Ronald Hsia
  9. Trade Restrictions and Textile Exports of Singapore — A Case Study – Lim Chong-Yah
  10. Japan’s Non-Tariff Barriers to Trade in Manufactured Products – Ryutaro Komiya
  11. Government Purchasing Policies, Other NTB’s, and the International Monetary Crisis – Robert E Baldwin and J David Richardson
  12. Trade Liberalization and the Economic Development of the Pacific Basin: The Need for Coopereation – Harald B Malmgren

Drysdale, Peter (ed.) (1972) Direct Foreign Investment in Asia & the Pacific, ANU Press.

    Full volume available for free download at The Australian National University Open Research.

  1. Survey of the Issues – Harry G Johnson
  2. United States Investment Abroad – Stephen Hymer
  3. Problems of Host Countries – A E Safarian
  4. Direct Foreign Investment in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand – Donald T Brash
  5. Direct Foreign Investment in Postwar Japan – Ryutaro Komiya
  6. Japanese Investment Abroad – Koichi Hamada
  7. Foreign Investment in Developing Countries: Indonesia – Mohammad Sadli
  8. Foreign Investment in Developing Countries: Thailand – Amnuay Viravan
  9. Foreign Investment in Developing Countries: Korea – Yoonsae Yang
  10. Foreign Investment in Developing Countries: the Philippines – Cesar Virata
  11. Foreign Investment in Developing Countries: Mexico – Miguel Wionczek
  12. Balance of Payment Effects of Direct Foreign Investment in the Pacific Area – J O N Perkins
  13. Assessment of Policies Towards Direct Foreign Investment in the Asian-Pacific Area – Helen Hughes
  14. Summary – Harry G Johnson

Kojima, Kiyoshi (ed.) (1969) Pacific Trade & Development, II, The Japan Economic Research Center.

    Full volume available for free download at The Australian National University Open Research.

  1. The North-South Problem in the World Economy and the Implications of UNCTAD 1968 – Harry G Johnson
  2. The Future Shape of US Trade Policy: Multilateral or Free Trade Approaches? – Sperry Lea
  3. A Re-estimation of the Effects of the Formation of a Pacific Area Free Trade Agreement – Bruce W Wilkinson
  4. Asian Developing Countries and PAFTA: Development, Aid and Trade Preferences
    Kiyoshi Kojima and Ippei Yamazawa
  5. Trade Policy: The Catalyst for Development – H Edward English
  6. Alternative Policies in Trade Cooperation of the Advanced Pacific Countries in the Next Five Years – L V Castle
  7. Japan, Australia, New Zealand: The Prospect for Western Pacific Economic Integration
    Peter D Drysdale
  8. JANFTA and Asian Developing Countries: Sectoral Analysis – I A McDougall
  9. International Monetary Cooperation in Asia and the Far East – Robert Triffin
  10. The Role of Asian Development Bank in Economic Development in Asia – Masaru Fukuda
  11. Aid, Trade and Economic Development: The Experience of Taiwan and Korea
    Kuo-shu Liang
  12. Aid, Trade and Economic Development: The Experience of Indonesia – Subroto
  13. Economic Development and Regional Cooperation in Southeast Asia – Hiroshi Kitamura
  14. Summary of the Second Conference on Pacific Trade and Development – William Lockwood

Kojima, Kiyoshi (ed.) (1968) Pacific Trade & Development, The Japan Economic Research Center.

    Full volume available for free download at The Australian National University Open Research.

  1. Canada and Pacific Trade Policy – H Edward English
  2. Canadian Trade, The Kennedy Round and a Pacific Free Trade Area – Bruce Wilkinson
  3. New Zealand Trade and Aid Policies in Relation to the Pacific and Asian Region – L V Castle
  4. The Prospects of the Economic Integration of Japan, Australia and New Zealand – I A McDougall
  5. Japan’s Interest in the Pacific Trade Expansion – Kiyoshi Kojima
  6. Pacific Economic Integration, An Australian View – Peter D Drysdale
  7. A New World Trade Policy in the Post-Kennedy Round Era – Harry G Johnson
  8. The Agricultural Gap in the Pacific – Kenzo Hemmi
  9. Financial Aspects of Economic Cooporation Around the Pacific – Richard N Cooper
  10. A Pacific Bank for Investment and Settlement — Its Conception – Einosuke Ashiya
  11. US Aid Policies in Asia – Gustav Ramis
  12. Japan’s Role in Asian Economic Development – Saburo Okita and Akira Ohnishi

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