Book Reviews – Asia Policy 11
Reviews of books recently published by Terutomo Ozawa, Daniel P. Aldrich, Gilbert Rozman, Denis Fred Simon and Cong Cao, Su-Yan Pan, and Scott L. Kastner, William B. Milam, and Lan Nguyen.
How Development Economics Can Become 70% More Effective
Robert H. Wade
A review of The Rise of Asia: The “Flying-Geese” Theory of Tandem Growth and Regional Agglomeration by Terutomo Ozawa
Frictions and Outcomes Between the State and Civil Society in Locating “Public Bads”
A review of Site Fights: Divisive Facilities and Civil Society in Japan and the West by Daniel P. Aldrich
Rethinking China’s Strategy in Asia and Beyond: Can We All Get It Right?
A review of Chinese Strategic Thought toward Asia by Gilbert Rozman
Will China Eat Our Lunch?
Richard P. Appelbaum
A review of China’s Emerging Technological Edge: Assessing the Role of High-End Talent by Denis Fred Simon and Cong Cao
University Autonomy and the State: The Official Story
A review of University Autonomy, the State, and Social Change in China by Su-Yan Pan
Crossing the International Relations–Comparative Politics Divide in Analyzing Cross-Strait Relations
A review of Political Conflict and Economic Interdependence Across the Taiwan Strait and Beyond by Scott L. Kastner
Comparative Study of Politics in Pakistan and Bangladesh: An Insightful Analysis
A review of Bangladesh and Pakistan: Flirting with Failure in South Asia by William B. Milam
Why the Next Asian Tiger Remains a Cub
Alexander L. Vuving
A review of Guerilla Capitalism: The State in the Market in Vietnam by Lan Nguyen
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