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China or Japan : which will lead Asia?

Author: Claude Meyer
Publisher: New York : Columbia University Press, ©2011.
Series: CERI series in comparative politics and international studies.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"By 2030, Asia will be home to three of the world's leading economies: Japan, China, and India. In the contest over who will lead this pack, Japan and China seem to be the likely winners. Claude Meyer assesses the strengths and weaknesses of each country--notorious rivals harboring a long history of tension and conflict--and the major challenges they will face in the battle for supremacy. Meyer lays out the most  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Claude Meyer
ISBN: 9780231702867 0231702868 9780231800693 023180069X
OCLC Number: 730413671
Notes: Translated from the French.
Description: xxi, 195 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Genealogies of two economic giants. China's awakening --
Japan's resilience --
Interlinked fates --
Kinship --
Emancipation --
Betrayal? --
Aggression --
Recognition --
Mighty but vulnerable. The levers of economic power --
Considerable challenges ahead --Giants shaken by the crisis --
Japan, an economic leader looking for normalisation. Asia's economic leader. Japan's aspiration to "normalisation" --
China, a global power in the making --
The race for economic supremacy in Asia --
The ambitions of a major regional and global player --
Conclusion: the stand-off between China and Japan.
Series Title: CERI series in comparative politics and international studies.
Other Titles: Chine ou Japon.
Responsibility: Claude Meyer ; translated by Adrian Shaw.

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"By 2030, Asia will be home to three of the world's leading economies: Japan, China, and India. In the contest over who will lead this pack, Japan and China seem to be the likely winners. Claude Meyer assesses the strengths and weaknesses of each country--notorious rivals harboring a long history of tension and conflict--and the major challenges they will face in the battle for supremacy. Meyer lays out the most probable scenario for ascendancy, following the dialectical relationship between Japan and China's relative economic and strategic abilities. While he acknowledges China's strategic advantages, Meyer nevertheless prioritizes economic considerations, for he believes economics is the primary arena in which Asian integration will take place. This tends to put Japan in the more favorable position, as the surprisingly resilient nation is sure to maintain stable leadership through its positive tradition of productivity, competitiveness, and technological innovation."--Publisher's website.

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