In light of the growing global economic importance of East Asia, this book analyzes and compares the extraordinary development paths and strategies of Japan, South Korea, and China. It examines both the factors that enabled these countries’ prolonged periods of high-speed economic growth, and the reasons for their subsequent “cool-downs.” In addition, the book illustrates how their development strategies served as role models for one another, and what current and future developing countries can learn from the East Asian success stories. This book will appeal to scholars and students of economics and development studies with an interest in the East Asian development model.
Glawe, L. and Wagner, H. (2022) The Economic Rise of East Asia - Development Paths of Japan, South Korea, and China. Springer, 356 pages, doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-87128-4
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