The Politics of Open Economies
This book asks why some countries have responded to the external constraints and opportunities posed by their global and regional economic context by opening up their economies. In particular, the authors examine the role domestic political and economic factors play in shaping the decision to become more open, or more inward-looking. The countries of Southeast Asia have ge...more
Hardcover, 260 pages
Published December 10th 2003 by Cambridge University Press
(first published October 30th 1997)
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