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9789812833747 - Kee Pookong Et Al: Global Movements in The Asia Pacific - Buch
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Global Movements in The Asia Pacific (?)

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Global Movements in The Asia Pacific, The Asia-Pacific region is rapidly becoming the main area of growth in the global economy in the 21st century. Recent developments in the movement of people, goods, services, and information are closely linked to the latest round of globalization, of which the effects on this region are particularly dramatic.The papers in this volume are by leading scholars, business leaders and government officials from the region. They include Yuan-Tseh Lee, Nobel Prize Winner in Chemistry, who reflects on the global flow of knowledge and talent; and Alfonso Yuchengco, one of the region's most respected business leaders and diplomats, who discusses transnational businesses, diplomacy, and China's re-emergence as a world power. Other papers present new insights into the processes and policies governing flows of migrants, trade, investment, transport, information technology, and ideas. This book originated from the 2006 Annual Conference of the Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Beppu, Japan, supported by an International Scientific Meetings Grant from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. It will be of interest to all students and scholars of this dynamic region.Pookong Kee and Hidetaka Yoshimatsu are Professors in the College of Asia Pacific Studies, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University.Contents:Brain Drain, Brain Gain, and Brain Circulation in a Half-Globalized World (Y T Lee)Transnational Business and Diplomacy in the Asia Pacific (A T Yuchengco)International Mobility of the Highly Skilled: The Role of the Global Knowledge Network (Y Uchida)International Migration in Asia and the Pacific: Key Features and the Role of the United Nations (K Osaki)Globalizing Householding: Toward a Multicultural Age in East Asia (M Douglass)Migration Policy: Major Issues for Japan and Other OE Countries (S Yamagami)The Occupational and Geographical Locations of Transnational Immigrant Minorities in Japan (T Fielding)Between Privilege and Prejudice: Chinese Immigrants in Corporate Japan's Transnational Economy (G Liu-Farrer)Multicultural Coexistence Policies: Responses of Local Governments in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area to the Pressures of International Immigration (S R Nagy)Migration Under the JapanPhilippines Free Trade Agreement (M A A Cortez)International Migration, Brain Drain, and the Philippine Economy's Rocky Road to Development (J V Camacho Jr.)The Growing Role of International Remittances in the Vietnamese Economy: Evidence from the Vietnam (Household) Living Standard Surveys (W D Pfau & T L Giang)Staying in the Global Economy: A Preliminary View of Vietnam After the End of the Agreement on Textiles and Clothing (J Thoburn)Emergence of the Global Development Network in the Personal Computer Industry (Y Nakahara)The Changing Global Environment of Logistics: The Cases of Hakata and Kitakyushu in Japan (H Hoshino)The Development of China's International Shipping Industries (M-L Le)The Future of the World's Number One Port Hong Kong: A Case Study (S Ho)Impact of Port Security on Liquefied Natural Gas and Container Cargo Movements (P T-W Lee & Y-T Chang)Transnational Architectural Production in Downtown Beijing (X-F Ren)Readership: Researchers, undergraduates and graduate students in globalization, Asia-Pacific studies, international relations, economics, and sociology; lay persons interested in the increasing pace, volume and complexity of cross-border flows of migrants, labor, trade and investment, information technology, and logistics.
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GLOBAL MOVEMENTS IN THE ASIA PACIFIC (?)

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GLOBAL MOVEMENTS IN THE ASIA PACIFIC: The Asia-Pacific region is rapidly becoming the main area of growth in the global economy in the 21st century. Recent developments in the movement of people, goods, services, and information are closely linked to the latest round of globalization, of which the effects on this region are particularly dramatic.The papers in this volume are by leading scholars, business leaders and government officials from the region. They include Yuan-Tseh Lee, Nobel Prize Winner in Chemistry, who reflects on the global flow of knowledge and talent and Alfonso Yuchengco, one of the region`s most respected business leaders and diplomats, who discusses transnational businesses, diplomacy, and China`s re-emergence as a world power. Other papers present new insights into the processes and policies governing flows of migrants, trade, investment, transport, information technology, and ideas. This book originated from the 2006 Annual Conference of the Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Beppu, Japan, supported by an International Scientific Meetings Grant from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. It will be of interest to all students and scholars of this dynamic region.Pookong Kee and Hidetaka Yoshimatsu are Professors in the College of Asia Pacific Studies, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University.Contents:Brain Drain, Brain Gain, and Brain Circulation in a Half-Globalized World (Y T Lee)Transnational Business and Diplomacy in the Asia Pacific (A T Yuchengco)International Mobility of the Highly Skilled: The Role of the Global Knowledge Network (Y Uchida)International Migration in Asia and the Pacific: Key Features and the Role of the United Nations (K Osaki)Globalizing Householding: Toward a Multicultural Age in East Asia (M Douglass)Migration Policy: Major Issues for Japan and Other OE Countries (S Yamagami)The Occupational and Geographical Locations of Transnational Immigrant Minorities in Japan (T Fielding)Between Privilege and Prejudice: Chinese Immigrants in Corporate Japan`s Transnational Economy (G Liu-Farrer)Multicultural Coexistence Policies: Responses of Local Governments in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area to the Pressures of International Immigration (S R Nagy)Migration Under the JapanPhilippines Free Trade Agreement (M A A Cortez)International Migration, Brain Drain, and the Philippine Economy`s Rocky Road to Development (J V Camacho Jr.)The Growing Role of International Remittances in the Vietnamese Economy: Evidence from the Vietnam (Household) Living Standard Surveys (W D Pfau&T L Giang)Staying in the Global Economy: A Preliminary View of Vietnam After the End of the Agreement on Textiles and Clothing (J Thoburn)Emergence of the Global Development Network in the Personal Computer Industry (Y Nakahara)The Changing Global Environment of Logistics: The Cases of Hakata and Kitakyushu in Japan (H Hoshino)The Development of China`s International Shipping Industries (M-L Le)The Future of the World`s Number One Port Hong Kong: A Case Study (S Ho)Impact of Port Security on Liquefied Natural Gas and Container Cargo Movements (P T-W Lee&Y-T Chang)Transnational Architectural Production in Downtown Beijing (X-F Ren)Readership: Researchers, undergraduates and graduate students in globalization, Asia-Pacific studies, international relations, economics, and sociology lay persons interested in the increasing pace, volume and complexity of cross-border flows of migrants, labor, trade and investment, information technology, and logistics. Ebook
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Global Movements In The Asia Pacific The Asia-Pacific region is rapidly becoming the main area of growth in the global economy in the 21st century. Recent developments in the movement of people, goods, services, and information are closely linked to the latest round of globalization, of which the effects on this region are particularly dramatic.The papers in this volume are by leading scholars, business leaders and government officials from the region. They include Yuan-Tseh Lee, Nobel Prize Winner in Chemistry, who reflects on the global flow of knowledge and talent; and Alfonso Yuchengco, one of the region´s most respected business leaders and diplomats, who discusses transnational businesses, diplomacy, and China´s re-emergence as a world power. Other papers present new insights into the processes and policies governing flows of migrants, trade, investment, transport, information technology, and ideas. This book originated from the 2006 Annual Conference of the Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Beppu, Japan, supported by an International Scientific Meetings Grant from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. It will be of interest to all students and scholars of this dynamic region.Pookong Kee and Hidetaka Yoshimatsu are Professors in the College of Asia Pacific Studies, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University. 20.10.2009, PDF
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