This 1998 book contrasts regional economic integration in the Asia Pacific Region and in Europe.
Table of Contents
List of figures; List of tables; List of contributors; Preface; Part I. Context: 1. Europe and East Asia: a shared global agenda? P. Drysdale, D. Vines, B. House; 2. Commercial links between Western Europe and East Asia: retrospects and prospects K. Anderson and J. Francois; 3. Regionalism in Europe and the Asia Pacific R. Pomfret; Part II. Regional Identities: 4. European integration: retrospect and prospect R. Portes and D. Vines; 5. Open regionalism: the nature of Asia Pacific integration P. Drysdale, A. Elek and H. Soesastro; 6. Beyond liberalisation of trade in goods: alternative strategies for regional trade and investment facilitation P. S. Intal Jr. and C. Findlay; Part III. Modelling the regional integration process: 7. Trade liberalisation in the European Union and APEC: what if the approaches were exchanged? Y. Yang, R. Duncan and T. Lawson; 8. Regional and multilateral trade liberalisation: the effects on trade, investment and welfare W. J. McKibbin; Part IV. Linkages between Europe and East Asia: 9. Europe's trade, investment and strategic policy interests in Asia and APEC R. J. Langhammer; Part V. Global Issues: 10. China and the global system J. Y. Lin; 11. Regionalism and the world trading system: reflections on trends in EU, US and APEC policy J. Rollo; 12. Europe and Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation R. Garnaut.
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