Document Type

Book Chapter

Publication Date

1-1-2002

Abstract

This chapter discusses the challenges that globalization poses to the developmental state. It argues that the crisis induced by participation in the global economy has made it imperative to reform, but not jettison, the state. It will begin with an argument for placing the present globalization in a longer historical context. Then, it will contrast two different theories on the East Asian economic miracle that are relevant to the discussions on globalization. It will then show the degree of Asia's globalization in light of certain commonly used indicators so as to establish a partial account of the Asian financial crisis. It will conclude with a discussion of the future of the developmental state.

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Copyright © 2002 Ashgate. This chapter first appeared in Transforming East Asian Domestic and International Politics: The Impact of Economy and Globalization.

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Publication Name

Transforming East Asian Domestic and International Politics: The Impact of Economy and Globalization

First Page

10

Last Page

35

Issue Number

10

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