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Competing Capitalisms and Neoliberalism: The Dynamics of, and Limits to, Economic Reform in the Asia-Pacific

By Mark Beeson

Abstract

This paper explores the impact of neoliberalism on the \u27Asia-Pacific\u27 region generally and on Japan and China in particular. It argues that while the impact of neoliberal ideas is having an important long-term impact on the countries of East Asia, there remain important difference in patterns of political practice and economic organisation which continue to distinguish the region. Indeed, there is evidence that the region as a whole may be developing arrangements intended ti militate the impact of neoliberalism

Topics: neoliberalism, Asia Pacific, Japan, China, political economy, East Asia, 349901 Political Economy, 360102 Comparative Government and Politics
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:espace.library.uq.edu.au:UQ:10022

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