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Readership: Academics, researchers, graduate students, policy makers, advanced undergraduates interested in Asia, globalization, economics and finance, political economy, and government.
Edited by Anthony P. D'Costa, A.P. Møller-Mærske Professor in Indian Studies and Research Director, Asia Research Centre, Department of International Economics and Management, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Prior to joining the Copenhagen Business School, Anthony P. D'Costa was with the University of Washington for 18 years. He has written extensively on the political economy of steel, automobile, and IT industries covering themes of globalization, development, innovations, and industrial restructuring. Of his eight books, most recently he co-edited Transformation and Development: The Political Economy of Transition in India and China with Amiya Kumar Bagchi and edited A New India? Critical
Reflections in the Long Twentieth Century. He is working on globalization and the international mobility of IT workers. He has been a fellow of the American Institute of Indian Studies, Fulbright-Hays, Korea Foundation, Social Science Research Council, World Institute of Development Economics Research, and the Abe (Japan Foundation).
Ajit Singh: Foreword
1: Anthony P. D'Costa: Capitalism and Economic Nationalism: Asian State Activism in the World Economy
2: Mark Selden: Economic Nationalism and Regionalism in Contemporary East Asia
3: Surajit Mazumdar: Big Business and Economic Nationalism in India
4: Yongnian Zheng and Rongfang Pan: From Defensive to Aggressive Strategies: The Evolution of Economic Nationalism in China
5: Takaaki Suzuki: Globalization, Finance, and Economic Nationalism: The Changing Role of the State in Japan
6: Toshiya Ozaki: Open Trade, Closed Industry: The Japanese Aerospace Industry in the Evolution of Economic Nationalism and Implications for Globalization
7: You-il Lee: South Korea's Globalization in the Late Twentieth Century: An End to Economic Nationalism?
8: Alan Chong: Disciplining Globalization for Local Purposes? The Peculiarity of Contending Singaporean Economic Nationalism
9: Karl Gerth: A New "Brand" of Chinese Economic Nationalism: From China Made to China Managed
10: Keikoh Ryu: Chinese Economic Nationalism, Japanese Enterprises, and Localization: The Growing Importance of Social Engagement
11: Anthony P. D'Costa: Looking Ahead at Economic Nationalism: Concluding Remarks