Asia's multi-level response to the global financial crisis
While the global financial crisis (GFC) precipitated stagnation in the United States and throughout most of Europe, Asia escaped largely unscathed (and notably suffered less economic damage than during the Asian financial crises of a decade earlier). In this article, we examine how the GFC has affected Asian states' attitudes towards and participation in regional and global institutions. The GFC produced a significant disjunction in Asia's inter-governmental relations in finance and trade at...[Show more]
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