International Production Networks in Asia: Rivalry or Riches

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For some time, the University of California Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy (BRIE) has been examining regionalism in the Asia-Pacific and Western Europe (see ). Much of the extant literature on this topic has focused on the causes and consequences of formal inter-governmental agreements. BRIE's research, led by Michael Borrus, Dieter Ernst, and John Zysman, paid greater attention to the underlying corporate decisions and new organizational forms that have driven integration at the level of the market. BRIE's work has shown how those market and corporate forces have strong political implications not only for economic outcomes and policy choices, but for security questions as well.

The University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC) has also had a long-standing interest in regionalism, primarily in regional security processes and "track two" diplomacy. Under the directorship of Susan Shirk (1991-97), Stephan Haggard (1997-99), and now Peter Cowhey (1999 to present), IGCC has gradually broadened its Innovations in International Cooperation programs to include regional economic integration (see ). During the second half of the 1990s, BRIE and IGCC collaborated on several projects, including a companion volume to this, edited by Barry Naughton, entitled The China Circle: Economics and Technology in the PRC, Taiwan, and Hong Kong (Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution Press, 1998). The newest BRIE-IGCC venture, Governing the Global E-conomy, deepens this work (see ).

Michael Borrus and Dieter Ernst initiated the collaboration represented in this volume, and Ernst especially benefited from the intellectual support of George B. Richardson, Chris Freeman, Carlotta Perez, Keith Pavitt, Francois Chesnais, Bengt-Åke Lundvall, Peter Maskell, Lynn Mytelka, Esben Sloth Andersen, Gary Gereffi, and Rick Doner. Stephan Haggard was drawn into the project in his capacity as IGCC Research Director and Director, as well as through his own research on disk drive industry globalization (for the work of the Information Storage Industry Center at the University of California, San Diego, see ).

This project would not have been possible without the generous support

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