Japan's Economic Role in North-East Asia (The Asia Society's Asian Agenda Report Series 11 11th edition)
By: Edward J. Lincoln (author)Paperback
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Because Japan has played a relatively limited role in international diplomacy in the postwar periods, Americans tend to forget that it plays an enormously important economic role in Northeast Asia. This volume, the tenth in the Asia Society's Asian Agenda Series, introduces Americans to the basic elements of Japan's economic relationships in the area. The discussion begins with Japan itself and is followed by the other Northeast Asian countries, divided into three groups for analysis: the newly industrializing market economies (South Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong), a developing socialist economy (China) and the Soviet bloc (Mongolia, North Korea, and the Soviet Union). Co-published with The Asia Society.
Edward J. Lincoln is a Research Associate at The Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C.
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