Table of contents for Globalisation and economic security in East Asia / edited by Helen Nesadurai.

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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.