Europe, East Asia and APEC
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AbstractThis 1998 book was the first in a major series examining Global Economic Institutions and contrasts regional economic integration in the Asia Pacific Region and in Europe. In the Asia Pacific Region at the time of publication, regionalism was developing by means of 'open regionalism', constructed through the APEC (Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Process). This was different from the regionalism which had developed in Europe, through the construction of a single European Market and Monetary Union within the European Union. In the light of this contrast, a number of important contemporary policy questions are considered by an international team of contributors. How should Europe and other parts of the world respond to the development of open regionalism in the Asia Pacific Region? Can these regions develop a shared global agenda directed toward sustaining genuinely multilateral solutions to international trade policy problems?
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Bibliographic InfoThis book is provided by Cambridge University Press in its series Cambridge Books with number 9780521633154 and published in 1998.
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- Langhammer, Rolf J., 1998. "European integration deepening and widening: implications for Asia," Kiel Working Papers 892, Kiel Institute for the World Economy.
- Langhammer, Rolf J., 1998. "Regional integration APEC style: are there lessons to learn from regional integration EU style?," Kiel Working Papers 869, Kiel Institute for the World Economy.
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