The Pacific Rim: Investment, Development, and Trade

Synopsis

As the importance of the Pacific Rim as a global centre of large-scale investment, development, and trade continues to increase, so do the potential benefits that Canada and other countries could reap as a result of an increased presence in this diverse region. This book, a revised, and to a large extent new, version of The Pacific Rim: Investment, Development, and Trade (1987), integrates a broad range of current economic data concerning the Pacific Rim with some of the more important theoretical issues in the area of economic development and trade. It demonstrates the paradoxical combination of strength and fragility that characterizes the emerging integrated Pacific Rim economy and attempts to clarify the nature of the framework and constraints that face foreign investors and trading partners.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Yoko Sazanami
  • Theodore Panayotou
  • Alan M. Rugman
  • Alain Verbeke
  • J. Colin Dodds
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Vancouver, B.C.
Publication year:
  • 1990
Edition:
  • 2nd

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