T.J. Pempel’s A Region of Regimes: Prosperity and Plunder in the Asia-Pacific
How have some East Asian countries with diverse political and economic models achieved significant economic growth in just a few decades, while others in the region have stagnated or reversed progress? T.J. Pempel, Saori N. Katada, John Ravenhill, Thomas Pepinsky, David Leheny, and Mary Alice Haddad discuss this and other factors behind Asia’s economic prosperity in this book review roundtable on Pempel’s A Region of Regimes: Prosperity and Plunder in the Asia-Pacific.
Regime Maturity and the Future of Asia’s Regional Economic Order
Saori N. Katada
A Region at Risk of Unraveling?
Developmental, Ersatz, Rapacious, or Mixed? Conceptualizing Regime Types in Asia
A Region of Legitimacies
City Networks in East Asia: A New Dimension to Regional Politics
Mary Alice Haddad
Author’s Response: The Asia-Pacific Kaleidoscope Continues to Shift
Saori N. Katada is a Professor of International Relations at the University of Southern California (United States). She is the author of Japan’s New Regional Reality: Geoeconomic Strategy in the Asia-Pacific (2020).
John Ravenhill is Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science at the University of Waterloo (Canada).
Thomas Pepinsky is the Walter F. LaFeber Professor of Government and Public Policy and Director of the Southeast Asia Program at Cornell University (United States).
David Leheny is a Professor at the Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies at Waseda University (Japan).
Mary Alice Haddad is the John E. Andrus Professor of Government at Wesleyan University (United States).
T.J. Pempel is the Jack M. Forcey Professor of Political Science at the University of California–Berkeley (United States).
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