13 IR of Pacific Notes

13 IR of Pacific Notes - I R of Pacific 2/23/09 Kahler will...

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IR of Pacific 2/23/09 Kahler will also be available Thursday afternoon to talk about papers APEC model of regional organization: o In 1990s, Japan had economic stagnation o US was enthusiastic about APEC but lost interest after realized APEC wouldn’t fulfill its liberalization agenda o Asian economic crisis also acted as catalyst What to do about China? How do you accommodate it as well as other countries China is second largest economy in region Major market for natural resources of countries in region NIEs face competition from China Trade fragmentation: Munakata, etc. (China as endpoint of global assembly line) ASEAN countries are competing for China’s role in global assembly line Intraregional trade has declined for China b/c its goods are going elsewhere like EU However, in general, intraregional trade has grown in Asia Many Asian countries are very export dependent, China is 40% dependent China does not export a lot of parts and components like many of its neighbors China change is the key change in the region
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This note was uploaded on 12/27/2009 for the course IRPS IRGN 400 taught by Professor Mileskahler during the Winter '09 term at UCSD.

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