This collection of papers challenges the conventional view of East Asian development driven by open and efficient markets and suggests that considerable diversity both at the institutional level and in policy approaches lies behind the region's rapid economic growth.
1. New Perspectives on East Asian Development 2. Income Distribution and Growth in East Asia 3. Transferable Lessons?: Re-examining the Institutional Prerequisites of East Asian Economic Policies 4. Institutions and Growth in Korea and Taiwan - The Bureaucracy 5. Savings Investment and the Corporation in the East Asian Miracle