The Pacific: An Application of a General Theory of Economic Integration
The rapid expansion of intraregional trade within East Asia and in the wider Asia-Pacific region has been one of the defining characteristics of East Asian economic dynamism in recent decades. This paper seeks to explain the nature of intraregional economic integration in East Asia and the Pacific, and to draw implications for the future of the international trading system and for the place of East Asia and the Pacific in it
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|Book Title:||Regional Institutional arrangements|
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