Challenges and Opportunities for Trade and Financial Integration in Asia and the Pacific
Edited by Mia Mikic ()
in STUDIES IN TRADE AND INVESTMENT from United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP)
The global economic crisis of 2008 has opened some old questions related to limits of export-oriented growth, including in the Asian and Pacific reiong, In that context, stronger regional integration has been put forward as one of the alternative sources of growth. This volume looks at a selected number of concerns and possible solutions related to enhancing trade and and financial integration in Asia and the Pacific. It is hoped that it will provide useful insights for both trade policy makers and researchers as well as for civil society representatives on remaining challenges and unused opportunities in integrating economies of Asia and the Pacific.
Keywords: Trade; Foreign Direct Investment; Financial Crisis; 2008; Environment; Agricultural Trade Liberalization; WTO (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: F1 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Chapters in this book:
- Ch 1 Crisis Reinforces Need for Stronger Trade and Financial Integration in Asia and the Pacific , pp 1-12
- Mia Mikic and Ravi Ratnayake
- Ch 2 Exploring the Impacts of Trade Liberalization in Asia and the Pacific , pp 13-35
- Anna Strutt and Mia Mikic
- Ch 3 Assessing the Potential for Growth of Intraregional Trade in South Asia , pp 36-65
- Deepika Wadhwa
- Ch 4 European Union-India Bilateral Free Trade Agreement: Potential Implications for the Excluded Low-income Economies in Asia and Africa , pp 66-92
- Selim Raihan
- Ch 5 What behind-the-border Reforms in Services and Investment are Best Done Through Trade Agreements? , pp 93-109
- Philippa Dee
- Ch 6 The Global Crisis: a Wake-up Call for Trade Finance Capacity-Building in Emerging Asia , pp 110-119
- Yann Duval and Wei Liu
- Ch 7 Geographical Trade Structure and Patterns of International Portfolio Investment-the Case of Australia , pp 120-133
- Kevin Daly and Anil Mishra
- Ch 8 Time-zone Arbitrage in United States Mutual Funds: Damaging to Financial Integration between the United States, Asia and Europe , pp 134-165
- Katelyn Rae Donnelly and Edward Tower
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