An East Asian Renaissance is a major study on the recent economic growth in East Asia. Every four years the World Bank has published similar analysis beginning with the seminal, ""The East Asian Miracle"" in 1993. Three major developments since the early 1990s call for a reexamination of East Asian growth: the meteoric rise of China that has emerged as the biggest and most recent development story; the economic crisis of the nineties; and the rapid growth of cities such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai or Tokyo. In this timely book the authors address how development strategies should be adapted in response to these changes and how the region can complement international with domestic integration.
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