asian financial crisis

Korea and East Asia in Global History, 1840-2000Korea and East Asia in Global History, 1840-2000
What was the place of Korea in a map of globalization – and how did the globalization process impact on Korea, and on East Asia? We will be dealing with these issues not on a national level, but for the region of East Asia
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Korean History: Its Importance for Historians and Social ScientistsKorean History: Its Importance for Historians and Social Scientists
China and Japan, few non-specialists have much familiarity with its culture, and there has been a paucity of available resources on Korea. Yet, an understanding of Korean history is of great value to historians and social scientists
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Curriculum Vitae James S. Ang November 13, 2014 General InformationCurriculum Vitae James S. Ang November 13, 2014 General Information
Ph. D., Purdue University. Major: Industrial Administration. Finance & Quantitative Methods
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Human Rights Watch World Report 2001Human Rights Watch World Report 2001
This report reviews human rights practices in seventy countries and describes events from November 1999 through October 2000
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Lethal Violence, Crime and State Formation in CambodiaLethal Violence, Crime and State Formation in Cambodia
Rates of violent crime were higher in rural areas but Phnom Penh experienced high levels of property crime compared to the provinces. The homicide rate is compared with neighbouring countries and the role of modernisation
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1. Chinese economy, history and problems Chinese history1. Chinese economy, history and problems Chinese history
Asia. The Yangtze and Yellow Rivers, the third – and sixth-longest in the world, run from the Tibetan Plateau to the densely populated eastern seaboard
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China: growth, urbanisation and mineral resource demandChina: growth, urbanisation and mineral resource demand
The speed of this transition, along with the sheer size of China’s population, has resulted in China being an increasingly significant driver of global growth and mineral resource demand over the past decade
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Global Markets, Constitutional Reform and Democracy in China IntroductionGlobal Markets, Constitutional Reform and Democracy in China Introduction
Using World Bank benchmarks, China’s poverty rate has decreased from 64% in 1978 to 10% in 2004. The dramatic evolution in China’s economy has continued to develop despite worldwide recessions and without extended periods of high inflation
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Globalization and China’s Economic and Financial DevelopmentGlobalization and China’s Economic and Financial Development
The Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping who initiated and directed economic reform from a planned to a market economy understood the importance of globalization and adopted what he called an “open-door policy” as an essential part of the reform
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China-Japan RivalryChina-Japan Rivalry
Both of them feel insecure in the region and the relations between both states can be characterized as power relations. Although economic interdependence is deepening, politically they are two rivalries
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Important Lessons from Studying the Chinese Economy Gregory c chowImportant Lessons from Studying the Chinese Economy Gregory c chow
I have learned. The lessons will be summarized in four parts: on economic science, on formulating economic policy and providing economic advice
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Shipping and World TradeShipping and World Trade
Over 90% of world trade is carried by the international shipping industry. Without shipping the import and export of goods on the scale necessary for the modern world would not be possible
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The East Asian Growth Regime and Political Development The East Asian Growth Regime and Political Development 
Countries must break away from this vicious circle before they can initiate the process of economic take-off. The question is how to do this
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Regional Financial Cooperation in East Asia: Recent Developments and ProspectsRegional Financial Cooperation in East Asia: Recent Developments and Prospects
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Personal financial securityPersonal financial security
I don’t want to argue, but there is another saying: "If I knew where to fall, I would lay some straw". In our time, in the time of endless series of crises "to lay some straw" is necessary more and more often
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