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Wang, Eric C., Public infrastructure and economic growth: a new approach applied to East Asian economies, Journal of Policy Modeling, Aug 2002, Vol.24 Issue 5, p411, 25p.

Peng, D., Invisible Linkages: A Regional perspective of East Asian Political Economy, International Studies Quarterly; Sep 2002, 46(3), p423, 25p.

Nordhaug, Kristen, The Political Economy of the Dollar and the Yen I East Asia, Journal of Contemporary Asia; 2002, 32(4), p517, 19p.

Schmidt, Gustav, Asia, Europe, North America, and the ‘Asian Capitalist Miracle’: Changing ‘Power Cycles’ and Evolving Roles in Regional and International Structures, International Political Science Review; Jan 2003, 24(1), p67, 15p.

Hsiao, Mer-chu W., “Miracle Growth” in the Twentieth Century—International Comparisons of East Asian Development, World Development; Feb 2003, 31(2),
p227, 31p.

Ravenhill, John, The new bilateralism in the Asia Pacific, Third World Quarterly, Apr 2003, 24(2), p229, 19p.

Ming-Chang Tsai, Pathways to Crisis: Structural Liability, Global Contingency, and State Business Relationship in the East Asian Economic Turmoil, Comparative Sociology, May 2003, 2(2), p297, 24p.

Bosworth, Stephen, Adjusting to the New Asia, Foreign Affairs, Jul/Aug 2003, 82(4), p119, 13p.

Hobday, Mike, Innovation in Asian Industrialization: A Gerschenkronian Perspective, Oxford Developmental Studies, Sep 2003, 31(3), p293, 22p.

Cai, Kevin G., The ASEAN-China Free Trade Agreement and East Asian Regional Grouping, Contemporary Southeast Asia: A Journal of International & Strategic Affairs; Dec 2003, 25(3), p387, 18p.

Haggard, Stephan, Institutions and Growth in East Asia, Studies in Comparative International Development, Win 2004, 38(4), p53, 29p.
Breslin, Shaun, Greater China and the Political Economy of Regionalization, East Asia: An International Quarterly, Spring 2004, 21(1), p7, 17p.

Mikheev, Vassily, East Asia Countries and How They Have Assimilated the “New Economy”, Far Eastern Affairs, 2004, 32(2), p89, 13p.

Rock, Michael T., The Comparative Politics of Corruption: Accounting for the East Asian Paradox in Empirical Studies of Corruption, Growth and Investment, World Development, Jun 2004, 34(6), p999, 19p.

Weiss, John, Industrialization in an age of globalization: some comparisons between East and South East Asia and Latin America, Oxford Development Studies, Jun 2004, 32(2), p283, 25p.

Clark, Cal, The Resurrection of East Asian Dynamism: A Call to Look Beyond the Orthodoxies in Development Studies, Asian Affairs: An American Review, Fall 2004, 31(3), p131, 21p.

Weiming Tu, Beyond the Enlightenment Mentality: A Confucian Perspective on Ethics, Migration, and Global Stewardship, International Migration Review, Spring 1996, 30(1), p58, 18p.

Beeson, Mark, Neo-Liberalism and East Asia: Resisting the Washington Consensus, Journal of Developmental Studies, Feb 2005, 41(2), p197, 23p.

He, Baogang, Transnational Civil Society and the National Identity Question in East Asia, Global Governance, Apr-Jun 2004, 10(2), p227, 20p.

He, Baogang, East Asian ideas of regionalism: a normative critique, Australian journal of International Affairs, Mar 2004, 58(1), 105p, 21p.

Stiglitz, Joseph E., Lessons from East Asia, Journal of policy Modeling, May 1999, 21(3),
311p, 20p.

Berger, Mark T., A new east-west synthesis? APEC and competing narratives of regional integration in the post- cold war Asia Pacific, Alternatives: Social Transformation & Humane Governance, Jan-Mar 1998, 23(1), p1, 28p.

Dupont, Alan, Is there an ‘Asian Way’? , Survival, Summer 1996, 38(2), p13, 21p.


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May 5, 2007 at 11:57 pm

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