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Contents Contributors Foreword Acknowledgements Abbreviations PART 1 ECONOMIC SECURITY AND GLOBALISATION: CONCEPTUAL ISSUES 1. Conceptualising Economic Security in an Era of Globalisation: What Does the East Asian Experience Reveal? Helen E S Nesadurai 2. Economic Security in an Era of Globalisation: Definition and Provision Miles Kahler PART 2 EAST ASIAN COUNTRY RESPONSES TO ECONOMIC (IN)SECURITY 3. Crafting Thailand?s New Social Contract Kevin Hewison 4. China Confronts Globalisation: Conceptualising Economic Security and Governance Wang Zhengyi 5. Institutional Capacity and Singapore?s Developmental State: Managing Economic (In)Security in the Global Economy Henry Wai-Chung Yeung 6. Globalisation, Economic Security and Governance: The Case of Indonesia Kurnya Roesad 7. Taiwan?s Economic Security: Confronting the Dual Trends of Globalisation and Governance Chyungly Lee 8. Vietnam?s Economic Security Pham Cao Phong PART 3 GOVERNANCE BEYOND THE STATE 9. The Limits to Multilateral Economic Governance Richard Higgott 10. Does Hegemony Still Matter? Revisiting Regime Formation in the Asia-Pacific Mark Beeson 11. Track 1/Track 2 Symbiosis in Asia Pacific Regionalism Charles E. Morrison 12. Non-State Regional Governance Mechanisms for Economic Security: The Case of the ASEAN People?s Assembly Mely Caballero-Anthony 13. Japan, East Asian Regionalism and the Politics of Human Security Hiro Katsumata
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
East Asia -- Foreign economic relations.
Economic security -- East Asia.
Globalization -- Economic aspects -- East Asia.
East Asia -- Economic policy.
East Asia -- Economic conditions -- 21st century.