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The Japanese challenge to the American neoliberal world order : identity, meaning, and foreign policy

Author: Yong Wook Lee
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 2008
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book offers the nature and evolution of Japan's most ambitious postwar foreign policy, the Japanese challenge to the U.S.-led neoliberal world order in the politics of economic development.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Yong Wook Lee
ISBN: 9780804758123 0804758123
OCLC Number: 474070942
Notes: The Japanese challenge to the American neoliberal world order. Alternative explanations. Identity and intention framework. Who and what is normal in the history of the world economy? Marxism, economic liberalism, and developmentalism. Binarization of economic development identities : Japan and the East Asian miracle. Japan and the Asian Monetary Fund. Conclusion : after the Asian Monetary Fund
Description: xvii, 284 s. ; 24 cm
Contents: The Japanese challenge to the American neoliberal world order --
Alternative explanations --
Identity and intention framework --
Who and what is normal in the history of the world economy? : Marxism, economic liberalism, and developmentalism --
Binarization of economic development identities : Japan and the East Asian miracle --
Japan and the Asian Monetary Fund --
Conclusion : after the Asian Monetary Fund.
Responsibility: Yong Wook Lee
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