Governance and Economic Integration : Stakes for Asia
This paper assesses the nexus between changes in governance structuresâ€”at national and cooperative international levelsâ€”and evolutionary processes of economic integration in light of regional policy targets in Asia. The analysis highlights the importance of improved governance as an essential condition for effectively attaining an â€œAsian Economic Communityâ€ while arguing that the experience of the European Union (EU) offers valuable insights regarding the process of integration.
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