This book looks at globalisation in historical perspective and
*examines the experience of East Asian economies during the financial crisis
*provides an account of globalisation through the activities of Japanese multinational enterprises
*deals with the social consequences of exposure to the financial market risks of globalisation in East Asia
*details the experience of East Asian economies in managing the financial crisis
*draws lessons from East Asian experience with financial market liberalisation
*asks what approaches to international financial cooperation, trade policy and corporate governance can assist East Asian interests in the world economy.
'A diverse yet coherent collection of essays with a broad appeal to readers interested in East Asia or emerging market economies.' - ASEAN Economic Bulletin