These 18 separately referenced papers offer Indian perspectives of the economies of the ongoing tendencies towards regional integration in Asia. Theoretical and empirical perspectives are applied to the many bilateral and regional treaties and economic agreements between Asia countries and also to the crucial roles of the powerful and rapidly growing economies of China, Japan, South Korea and India. The relevance of lessons drawn from EU experience and problems is explored. The potential of economic integration for both major development synergies and major conflict and divisions are both discussed. With much tabulated data, and index.
Asian Economic Integration
AuthorsThakur, Anil Kumar; Adesh Sharma (eds.)
PublisherDeep & Deep Publications