5 edition of East Asia and Latin America found in the catalog.
June 2003 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. .
Written in English
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History[ edit ] The first Latin Americans Asians were primarily Mexicans and to a lesser extent, Colombians and Peruvians who made their way to Asia Mainly the Philippines in the 16th century, either as mercenaries or traders during the Spanish colonial period of the Philippines. The authors combine fine-grained country analyses with intelligent use of data, and explain and extend the theory and literature on the modern welfare state. Hagard argues that industrial policy did not contribute to the Asian Financial crisis. She discusses the impact of these large corporations on Korean economic development and politics. This book highlights the importance of placing the contemporary effects of democratization and globalization into a broader historical context.
Student Activities. The final prices may differ from the prices shown due to specifics of VAT rules About this book Comparing the experience of East Asia and Latin America East Asia and Latin America book the mids, Elson identifies the key internal factors common to each region which have allowed East Asia to take advantage of the trade, financial, and technological impact of a more globalized economy to support its development, while Latin America has not. These two books are among the best works on dependency theory, which was very influential in the s. You may also wish to consult the following textbook for a more programmatic discussion of economic principles: Taylor, John B. Third, all of the economies under consideration have achieved a certain level of industrialization manufacturing — they are able to produce heavy and chemical industrial products such as steel, ships, and automobiles. There are many other countries in Asia, but they are either too rich or too poor to be considered emerging markets.
It is only able to export its labor force and live off of the remittances. In Section B, scholarly arguments are presented to explain the different performances of both regions. Students are in good company when they resort to insufficiently precise cultural arguments. East Asian economies moved to primary Export Oriented Industrialization, or EOI, immediately after mastering the technologies needed for primary ISI and Latin American countries moved to secondary ISI hoping that their relatively large domestic markets would be able to sustain economies of scale.
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Last of all, Malaysia is the Argentina that could have been. The starkly different outcomes offer broad lessons for policymakers, which the author deftly outlines in 10 'propositions' about the nature of successful economic development.
The move to electronics was especially rapid. Authoritarian regimes have the freedom to push through mass change, like dictator Pinochet's Milton Friedman inspired reforms, but they tend to get corrected in the long run as resentful citizens push to reclaim their freedoms.
The book not only fills a huge void in our knowledge, it also compels us to seriously rethink prevailing theory. This legacy created East Asia and Latin America book social groups in each of the countries that are not replicated in other parts of Asia, thus making the region much more diverse than Latin America.
Instructors may want to introduce the basic ideas of dependency theory prior to assigning this reading.
Wade, Robert. However, Asia is much more culturally, economically and politically diverse than Latin America. A prominent scholar of Brazil discusses the political aspects of economic development, with a focus on of the role of bureaucracy.
Most people conjure up images of high tech manufacturing and modern capitals, whenever someone mentions Asia. This will be an important and widely cited work in the field. The Challenge of Third World Development. Lorell, Mark A. It may help students read the other assignments with a more critical eye.
After World War II, communist regimes in Eastern Europe adopted wide-ranging socialist entitlements while conservative dictatorships in East Asia sharply limited social security but invested in education.
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This award-winning film on African immigrants living in Guangzhou, China, and its focus on three African hip-hop artists striving to forge careers in their new home, humanized many of the complex dynamics between Asia and East Asia and Latin America book regions discussed earlier in the day.
While the book covers South Korea and Taiwan, his main focus is on Taiwan and its importance to developmental state theory. Contributors address the different political reforms pursued by countries after the crisis.
Kaufman is professor of political science at Rutgers University.This is the first book to compare the distinctive welfare states of Latin America, East Asia, and Eastern Europe. Stephan Haggard and Robert Kaufman trace the historical origins of social policy in these regions to crucial political changes in the mid-twentieth century, and show how the legacies of these early choices are influencing welfare reform following democratization and globalization.
“Paths of Industrialization: An Overview.” In Gary Gereffi and Donald L. Wyman, Eds. Manufacturing Miracles: Paths of Industrialization in Latin America and East Asia.
Princeton UP. More than ten years after publication, this book is still the most comprehensive comparison between East Asia and Latin America.
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