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From the Publisher"The editors' choice of locating neoliberalism at the urban and regional scales of analysis provides an extremely welcome and refreshing correction to the dominant and now dated view of state-driven national development in East Asia. Written by leading experts in urban and regional developments, I am sure this book will have an enduring influence on the social scientific understanding of economic and social change in East Asia."
—Henry Yeung, National University of Singapore
"A strong collection of essays that will make a valuable contribution to literature on East Asian development, state theory, and geographies of uneven development. The geographical perspectives that the authors provide clarify the ways in which neoliberalization, as promoted by developmental states, has been highly uneven and incomplete in socio-spatial terms."
—Jim Glassman, University of British Columbia