This book looks at the new configuration taken by Asia-Europe economic relations. It is set against the background of the inclusion of China in the WTO, the growth of foreign investors from emerging Asian countries, and the economic reforms in a number of crisis-hit South East Asian economies. It is written by a number of well established European and Asian scholars from the fields of economics as well as management. The different chapters in the book highlight key contemporary issues from theoretical, conceptual and empirical perspectives.
- Provides an account of the key contemporary issues in the area of Asia-Europe economic relations
- By its interdisciplinary (connecting management with economics), it shows how the linking of the different disciplines is essential to understand the key issues at stake in the area
- Can be used by students, researchers, as well as by practitioners
Students, researchers, and practitioners
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- 30th November 2007
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Bernadette Andreosso-O'Callaghan is Jean Monnet Professor of Economic Integration and Director of the Euro-Asia Centre, University of Limerick (Ireland).
University of Limerick, Ireland
Jean-Pascal Bassino is currently Associate Professor of Economics at Australia National University, Australia, after spending 3 years at the Maison Franco-Japonaise (Nichi-Futsu Kaikan) Tokyo, and at the Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo.
Australia National University, Australia
Sam Dzever is Professor of Marketing at the Institut National des Telecommunications (INT, France).
Institut National des Telecommunications
Jacques Jaussaud is Professor of Management at the University of Pau (France).
University of Pau, France