Published October 31, 2008
by Routledge .
Written in English
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The existing knowledge on a number of key issues, such as the role of development planning, foreign trade regimes and economic development, the political economy of rent-seeking, choice of technology, causes of famines, sex bias in poverty, and poverty and public policy, have been shaped significantly by the South Asian experience. South Korea's phenomenal rise has been studied extensively by political scientists and economists both in terms of its impact on democratisation and as a role model for economic development. Yet little attention has been devoted to exploring the nexus between economic development and foreign by: South Korea’s economic development has often been examined within the context of the general rise of the Pacific Rim of Asia after , and particularly as one of the “four tigers” along with Taiwan, Hong Kong, and : Michael J. Seth. The comparative economic development of South Asia since independence is a fascinating story that has contributed much to our wider thinking about the economics of development. Global debates about economic growth, poverty, state intervention, trade protection, agriculture, industry and liberalisation are heavily influenced by South Asian examples. This course is unusual in that it is comparative across South Asia.
The South Asia Economic Report (SAER) is a series of biannual reports on economic and development issues in the South Asia region. The SAER discusses recent economic performance and prospects for the South Asia region. The areas of special focus in this issue are banking, governance, and investment climate. The Journal of South Asian Development, a refereed publication, publishes research articles and scholarly comment relating to all facets of development in South Asia. The journal is multi-disciplinary, innovative and international in its approach and includes theoretical and conceptual articles as well as. The Journal of South Asian Development, a refereed publication, publishes articles, reviews and scholarly comment relating to all facets of development in South Asia. It includes theoretical and conceptual articles as well as more empirical studies covering both historical and contemporary issues/events. South Asia Economic Journal, as a refereed journal carries articles by scholars, economic commentators, policy-makers and officials, from both the private and public sectors. It aims to create a vibrant research space to explore the multidimensional economic issues of concern to scholars working on South Asia.
The book explores civil society's role in the regional and economic integration in South Asian industries, trade and services, and the importance of regional public goods such as food security for future integration by: 7. Get this from a library! South Asian economic development: transformation, opportunities and challenges. [Moazzem Hossain; Iyanatul Islam; Reza Kibria] -- The notion that South Asian economies have tended to be less successful than those of East Asia is critically examined and the reasons why are discussed in this text. Mani Shankar Aiyar, "Socio-Economic Developments in South Asia: Issues and Outlook," World Scientific Book Chapters, in: Amitendu Palit (ed.), South Asia Beyond the Global Financial Crisis, chapter 4, pages , World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd.. Handle: RePEc:wsi:wschap_Author: Mani Shankar Aiyar. Malaysia: Policy and Issues in Economic Development, Institute of Strategic and International Studies, Kuala Lumpur, A wide-ranging study by a semi-official think tank. Jomo K.S. (ed) (), Malaysian Eclipse: Economic Crisis and Recovery, Zed Books, London. By one of Southeast Asia’s most prolific social Size: KB.