Since the 1997 Asia Pacific ecomic crisis, attention has turned to transformation that has and will affect the direction of the region's long term development. Drawing from a range of contributors from several disciplines, this book seeks to capture some of the multifaceted dimensions of these transitions as the region adjusts to new global realities.
DAVID E. ANDERSSON is an Economist with the World Economics Institute in Taipei and a Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan. His research interests are on spatial and institutional economics. - JESSIE P.H. POON is Assistant Professor, Department of Geography and Canada-US Trade Center at the University of Buffalo-SUNY, USA. Her main research fields are in economic geography, trade studies, and Asian economic development.