Table of contents for Beyond Japan : the dynamics of East Asian regionalism / edited by Peter J. Katzenstein and Takashi Shiraishi.

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1. East AsiaBeyond Japan
Peter J. Katzenstein
Part I: Japan
2. A Decade of Political Torpor: When Political Logic 
Trumps Economic Rationality
T. J. Pempel
3. Students, Slackers, Singles, Seniors, and Strangers: 
Transforming a Family-Nation
William W. Kelly and Merry I. White
Part II: Balancing America and Japan
4. Immovable Object? Japan's Security Policy in East Asia
H. Richard Friman, Peter J. Katzenstein, David Leheny, and 
Nobuo Okawara
5. Creating a Regional Arena: Financial Sector 
Reconstruction, Globalization, and Region-Making
Natasha Hamilton-Hart
6. Has Politics Caught Up with Markets? In Search of East 
Asian Economic Regionalism
Naoko Munakata
Part III: The End of National Models
7. Searching for a New Role in East Asian 
RegionalizationJapanese Production Networks in the 
Electronics Industry
Dieter Ernst
8. Regional Shrimp, Global Trees, Chinese Vegetables: The 
Environment in JapanEast Asia Relations
Derek Hall
9. A Narrow Place to Cross Swords: "Soft Power" and the 
Politics of Japanese Popular Culture in East Asia
David Leheny
Part IV: New Social Forces in East Asia
10. The Third Wave: Southeast Asia and Middle-Class 
Formation in the Making of a Region
Takashi Shiraishi
References
List of Contributors
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

East Asia -- Relations -- Japan.
Japan -- Relations -- East Asia.
Regionalism -- East Asia.
Regionalism -- Japan.
East Asia -- Economic conditions.
Japan -- Economic conditions -- 1989-.
East Asia -- Social conditions.
Japan -- Social conditions -- 1945-.