The Pacific Century: Economic and Political Consequences of Asian-pacific Dynamism

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Complete authors' names, titles, and publication data are given in the Bibliography, pp. 133-46.


Chapter One
I.
See, for instance, Wu 1980. Wu gives the following numbers for minorities of ethnic Chinese: Malaysia, 3.7 million; Thailand, 3.5 million; Indonesia, 3.3 million; the Philippines, 0.6 million (Table 51, p. 133). The definitional problems of determining who precisely is an overseas Chinese are increasing, particularly in countries where intermarriage is common.
2.
Mackintosh 1983: 8. Although three-quarters of the Soviet Union land area is in Asia and a third of it is east of Irkutsk, only 20 percent of the total population are of Asian origin and only 30 percent live in Asia.
3.
Cook Islands (pop. 17 thousand), Fiji (pop. 646 thousand), Kiribati (pop. 59 thousand), Nauru (pop. 8 thousand), Solomon Islands (pop. 233 thousand), Tonga (pop. 99 thousand), Tuvalu (pop. 8 thousand), Vanuatu (pop. 120 thousand), and Western Samoa (pop. 157 thousand).
4.
See, for instance, World Bank 1984: Table 3.5, p. 41.

Chapter Two
I.
Japan in the Year 2000, pp. 105-6, 108, 149.
2.
MITI 1980: I, 10.
3.
For instance, "Jomo" 1984, reviewed in Far Eastern Economic Review, Dec. 20, 1984.
4.
Pacific Basin Cooperation Study Group 1980: 7. See also Donowaki 1981. Donowaki was a member of the study group.
5.
Japan in the Year 2000, pp. 109-10.
6.
Ibid.: 18.
7.
On Confucianism, see, for instance, Han Seung Soo, "Of Economic Success and Confucianism," Far Eastern Economic Review, Dec. 20, 1984; on the Japanese ethos, Morishima 1982; on Japanese industrial policy, Johnson 1982.
8.
In his writings on the sociology of religion Max Weber attributed northwest European growth to a wide range of characteristics of Protestantism, rather than just to its much-heralded work ethic. Discussing Con

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  • The Pacific Century - Economic and Political Consequences of Asian-Pacific Dynamism *
  • Preface *
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  • One a Pacific Century? *
  • Two the Demonstration Effect *
  • Three a Wider Partnership *
  • Four the Asian-Pacific Threat *
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