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This book is the outcome of the international symposium on 'Economic Integration in Asia and India' held in Tokyo, Japan, on Decemeber 8, 2005.
In the flow of globalization in the world economies, the regional economic integrations which have been progressing institutionally in the EU and Americas are now substantially under way among countries in Asia, including Japan, Korea, China and the ASEAN countries. India has also taken steps on the passage towards economic integration. India's full-scale participation in the Asian market will affect other East Asian countries, which in turn will also have manifold influences on India. This book aims to trigger a wider examination of Asian economic integration.


Description

This book is the outcome of the international symposium on 'Economic Integration in Asia and India' held in Tokyo, Japan, on Decemeber 8, 2005.
In the flow of globalization in the world economies, the regional economic integrations which have been progressing institutionally in the EU and Americas are now substantially under way among countries in Asia, including Japan, Korea, China and the ASEAN countries. India has also taken steps on the passage towards economic integration. India's full-scale participation in the Asian market will affect other East Asian countries, which in turn will also have manifold influences on India. This book aims to trigger a wider examination of Asian economic integration.


Contents

Preface
Introduction
India, Japan and Asia; J.N.Bhagwati
East Asia: Regional Integration among Open Economies; H.Kharas, E.Aldaz-Carroll & S.Rahardja
The Relationship between China and India within the Framework of Asian Economic Integration; Z.Yuyan
Economic Cooperation between Thailand and India and its Implications on the Asian Community; C.Suteethorn
The Position of India in Asian Economy: Progress of Economic Integration and Poverty Alleviation; S.Uchikawa
India's Agricultural Challenges and their Implications for Growth of its Economy; R.Chand
Discussions and Summary


Authors

MASAHISA FUJITA has been a major contributor to spatial economic theory during his twenty-year tenure at the University of Pennsylvania, USA, and more recently at Kyoto University, Japan since 1995, where he has served as Director of the Institute of Economic Research. His scholarship ranges over the fields related to regional science, location theory, economic geography, urban economics, and spatial economics. Professor Fujita is the recipient of the 1983 Tord Palander Prize, the 1998 Walter Isard Award in regional science, and the 2000 Nikkei Economic Book Prize, and the 2002 William Alonso Prize in regional science. In 2004 he was honoured with Visiting Professorship at Peking University, China. He serves on the board of ten international journals on regional sciences, economics, and economic geography. Since 2003, he has been the President of the Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO in Japan.