The Political Economy of East Asia

Wan, M. (Ed), Hamilton-Hart, N. (Ed)

The Political Economy of East Asia publishes high-quality, innovative research on the political economies of Northeast Asia and Southeast Asia. Covering both comparative political economy and international political economy, the series showcases research that explores the diversity of national trajectories, as well as the linkages that connect these countries to regional and global economies. The Political Economy of East Asia promotes theoretically-informed scholarship that investigates issues of contemporary social, political and economic importance. The series seeks to contribute to increased understanding of East Asia, both as a major center of global economic growth and as a region facing critical challenges that lie at the intersection of politics and economics. This series seeks to promote pluralistic debate on topics including, but not limited to: monetary policy, economic reform, shared growth, production networks, regionalism, agribusiness, consumer protection, and labor politics.

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