"This welcome volume provides a relevant and highly useful set of arguments on an issue that's at the top of the international agenda." — Ricardo Ffrench-Davis, professor of international economics, Universidad de Chile
'Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol has written an exemplary work of historical research: elegant, clear, empirically strong, and theoretically challenging, both to historians and political scientists. Essential reading for all specialists of European integration and highly recommended to anyone wishing to fully understand the current Euro-crisis.'-- Youssef Cassis, European University Institute
This book develops a new typology of capitalist development and covers China, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Taiwan, and Thailand The editors look at three main areas: business government relations; labour markets; and financial structures.