1st Edition

Responding to Globalisation

Edited By Jeffrey A. Hart, Aseem Prakash Copyright 2000
    304 Pages
    by Routledge

    304 Pages
    by Routledge

    This rigorous survey and companion volume to Coping with Globalization, focuses on the political, ideological and economic factors lying behind responses to globalization. A panel of international experts examine subjects which include;
    * The international monetary system after the Euro
    * The response of the Japanese software industry to globalization
    * The dynamics of globalization strategy in South Korea
    * Australian integration into the global economy
    * The impact on China and Russia in their moves toward a market economy

    Responding to globalization: an introduction Aseem Prakash and Jeffrey A. Hart Part I 1. Taming the market: China and the forces of globalization Dali L. Yang and Fubing Su 2. In the shadow of broken cheers: the dynamics of globalization in South Korea Chung-in Moon 3. Grappling with globalization: the case of Japan's software industry Marie Anchordoguy 4. Aiming to secure a piece of the action: interests, ideas, institutions, and individuals in Australian integration into the global economy John Ravenhill Part II 5. The international monetary system after the euro Michele Fratianni 6. Latin American corporate strategy under the new regionalism Fernando Robles Part III 7. Russia between states and markets: transnational and subnational pressures in the transition Steven Solnick 8. Mediating globalization and social integration in post-Communist societies: a comparison of Yugoslavia and Bulgaria Beverly K. Crawford Responding to globalization: a conclusion Jeffrey A. Hart and Aseem Prakash


    Jeffrey A. Hart, Aseem Prakash