Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Meredith Jung-En Woo.|
|Contributions||Woo, Meredith Jung-En, 1958-|
|LC Classifications||KNC108 .N46 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007021653|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xx, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: After the miracle: neoliberalism and institutional reform in East Asia / Meredith Jung-En Woo --Ideology, experience, and the rule of law in developing societies / Frank K. Upham --Asia's legal systems in the wake of the financial crisis: can the rule of law carry any of the. The contributors discuss how these concepts have been interpreted and practiced in East Asia since the crisis to trace the developmental trajectory of the region since Contents: After the Miracle, Neoliberalism and Institutional Reform in East Asia; -En Woo PART ONE: LAW. Get this from a library! Neoliberalism and institutional reform in East Asia: a comparative study. [Meredith Jung-En Woo;] -- In the aftermath of the Asian Financial Crisis, international financial institutions suggested various neoliberal solutions for reforming economic . Contents Foreword Preface Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations and Acronyms Notes on the Contributors 1 After the Miracle: Neoliberalism and Institutional Reform in East Asia Meredith Jung-En Woo Reforming the legal institutions: The rule of law and economic development Reforming the state institutions: Reinventing industrial policy Reforming labour and social policy Governance of the.
Project Title: Neoliberalism and Institutional Reform in East Asia No. of Pages: In the aftermath of the Asian Financial Crisis, international financial institutions suggested various neoliberal solutions for reforming economic management within East Asian countries. Abstract. A miracle is an extraordinary event that happens in defiance of all expectations. For decades after the developmental miracle first occurred in East Asia, scholars and pundits have debated the origins of this miracle; and for decades after the Asian financial crisis, they will debate how this wonder came to a Cited by: neoliberalism.2 What one is witnessing is a re-invention of global neoliberalism under the guise of an ‘augmented Washington consensus’. The paper counsels caution in embracing this modified version of global neoliberalism, even if domestic political forces in East Asia turn out to . In , Malaysian antropologist Aihwa Ong’s Neoliberalism as Exception was first published. The text soon became a reference book to all of those interested in the hybrid forms neoliberalism.
In Southeast Asia, governments had not yet been able to take advantage of neoliberal reform in the way the global north was able to, owing to its diffusion from Europe at a time when ideas didn’t travel as quickly as they do today, however the so-called ‘East Asian Miracle’ 1 touted by the World Bank would soon change that. The Author: Simon Springer. Neo-liberalism and East Asia: Resisting the Washington Consensus Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Development Studies 41(2) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Neoliberalism has had an interesting trajectory. It was initially formulated as an intellectual-cum-political project in ; enjoyed growing acceptance as an economic and political strategy in. This book analyzes the overall effect of American primacy on social and political conflicts in Asia, discussing how the post-Cold War American agenda does not promote democratization in the region, in contradiction to one of the major proclaimed aims of the proponents of the Pax Americana. Empire and Neoliberalism in Asia also examines how.