Redefinition of the Role of Asia-Pacific Region in the Global Economy. PN 370

Redefinition of the Role of Asia-Pacific Region in the Global Economy. PN 370

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Asia-Pacific region continues to be an essential element of the global economy. Delivering another volume of Research Papers devoted to that region we have no doubts that Asia and Pacific economic importance will only continue to grow. But the world is changing, and so will change the way in which Asian and Pacific economies will – hopefully – grow and prosper.

How the region of huge economic dynamism, but also of diverse economic characteristics, will meet the challenges of the 21st century? Redefinition of the role of Asia-Pacific region in the global economy is a process that is already underway. It has many shades and can be analysed from different perspectives. Both the detailed and overall analysis has a great cognitive value. Appreciating diversity this edited volume presents a collection of 27 papers prepared by the researchers who scientifically deal with various aspects of economic processes taking place in Asia.


Liczba stron356
WydawcaWydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego we Wrocławiu
ISBN-13978-83-7695-494-3
Numer wydania1
Język publikacjipolski
Informacja o sprzedawcyRavelo Sp. z o.o.

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  Preface    9
  Part 1. Current Trends and Perspectives in Economic Policy of the Asia-Pacific Countries    11
  Katarzyna Żukrowska: The role of Asia-Pacific region in current stage of development of world economy    13
  Elżbieta Czarny, Jerzy Menkes: Role and significance of Asia and Europe in the U.S. policy    28
  Marcin Grabowski: The role of transnational integration in forming of Northeast Asian Community    41
  Szymon Mazurek: Diversity of cluster policies in Asian countries    57
  Tomasz Wojciech Wiśniewski: The concept of energy security – overall analysis approach    71
  Magdalena Broszkiewicz: Corporate Social Responsibility as a new source of competitiveness in Asia    89
  Joanna Kos-Łabędowicz, Sylwia Talar: South Korea model of development of Internet economy infrastructure    100
  Po Kai Fang: Taiwan’s position in Asia-Pacific economic integration after the ECFA    116
  Sebastian Bobowski: Thai clustering – typology of the emerging market    127
  Paweł Dobrzański: Government’s role in Asia-Pacific market economies. Japan vs. China    138
  Part 2. Prospects of Trade, Investment and Finance in Asia-Pacific Region    151
  Elżbieta Majchrowska: New trends in the global trade: TPP – pivot to Asia?    153
  Jerzy Dudziński: Remarks on export of developing countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America in the 21st century    164
  Elżbieta Czarny, Paweł Folfas: Changes in trade introversion of Asian regional trade agreements as a measure of their openness to regional and global cooperation (comparative analysis)    176
  Artur Klimek: Asian stock exchanges: Position and development    188
  Ewa Trojnar: Taiwan’s trade relations in the Asia-Pacific: Current stage and future challenges    197
  Agnieszka Kukułka: Natural disasters and FDI inflow in the developing countries of South-Eastern Asia    208
  Paweł Pasierbiak: International fragmentation of production and foreig ntrade of Japan    217
  Iwona Pawlas: The role of India in the global economy in the beginning of the 21st century    228
  Iwona Sobol: Islamic banking – the case of Malaysia    240
  Part 3. The challenges for the Chinese economy in the 21st century    251
  Marcin Jałowiecki: China’s economy in the future till 2030    253
  Anna H. Jankowiak: Economic differentiation of regions in China    267
  Małgorzata Smagorowicz-Chojnowska: Xiao as a way to the future capital leadership of the Asian-Pacific region founded on Confucian values (based on the Chinese example)    281
  Małgorzata Dziembała: Prospects for the development of economic cooperation between China and African countries    294
  Kuang-yi Chao: Leadership or partnership – how China’s Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone will promote RMB internationalization?    305
  Łukasz Gacek: Challenges for the gas sector in China    313
  Tomasz Bieliński: Development of human capital and governmental support as strategic advantages of Chinese high technology companies    326
  Karolina Łopacińska: The competitive advantage of Chinese companies on the European market, and methods of building their market position    342
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