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What is the relationship between globalization and economic security? This edited volume examines this key question through an empirical and conceptual analysis of the East Asian experience.
The contributors to this multidisciplinary volume examine whether the globalization of the world economy has increased or decreased economic security for states, societies and individuals. They explore the way policymakers use national, regional and global institutions to help them govern in the interests of economic security. The East Asian region provides rich empirical material for the examination of global capitalism, and the insecurities it generates for societies and individuals.
This book will be great interest to all students and scholars of International Relations, International Political Economy of East Asia Globalization and Security Studies.