|aRethinking the East Asia miracle /|cJoseph E. Stiglitz and Shahid Yusuf, editors.
|aWashington, D.C. :|bWorld Bank ;|aNew York :|bOxford University Press,|cc2001.
|ax, 526 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references.
|aThe East Asian miracle at the millennium / Shahid Yusuf. -- Growth, crisis, and the future of economic recovery in East Asia / Takatoshi Ito. -- Technological change and growth in East Asia: macro verses micro perspectives / Howard Pack. -- Chinese rural industrialization in the context of the East Asian miracle/ Justin Yifu Lin and Yang Yao. -- After the crisis, the East Asian dollar standard resurrected: an interpretation of high-frequency exchange rate pegging / Ronald I. McKinnon. -- Industrial and financial policy in China and Vietnam: a new model or a replay of the Asian experience? / Dwight H. Perkins. -- Government control in corporate governance as a transitional institution: lessons from China / Yingyi Qian. -- The government-firm relationship in postwar Japan: the success and failure of bureau pluralism / Tetsuji Okazaki. -- Miracle as prologue: the state and the reform of the corporate sector in Korea / Meredith Woo-Cumings. -- Trade and growth: import-led or export-led?: evidence from Japan and Korea / Robert Z. Lawrence and David E. Weinstein. -- Emergence of an FDI-trade nexus and economic growth in East Asia / Shujiro Urata. -- Rethinking the role of government policy in Southeast Asia / K.S. Jomo. -- From miracle to crisis to recovery: lessons from four decades of East Asian experience / Joseph E. Stiglitz.