|aTrade and industrial development in East Asia :|bcatching up or falling behind /|cby Peter C.Y. Chow.
|aCheltenham ;|aNorthampton, MA :|bEdward Elgar,|cc2012.
|ax, 397 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|a1. East Asian models of development -- 2. Catching up or falling behind hypothesis I: trade competitiveness between the leader and followers on all manufactured exports -- 3. Catching up or falling behind hypothesis II: trade competitiveness on exports by technology levels between the leader and followers -- 4. Trade similarity index and the level of development -- 5. The dynamics of changing trade structures: export sophistication index -- 6. Sources of export growth: a constant market share analysis -- 7. Trade-investment nexus and intra-industry trade -- 8. Is East Asia a "natural trade bloc"? The trade complementarity index, the intensity index, and the bias index -- 9. East Asian economic integration and its impacts on regional and global economies -- 10. Conclusion.