ABSTRACT

New Directions in Development Economics is divided into two parts. The first half considers the dilemna of growth with special reference to its environmental cost. The second half focuses on the role of the state in the context of the growing dominance of the free market argument. The contributors include Paul Collier, Partha Dasgupta, Ronald Findlay and Deepak Lal.

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PART ONE PARADIGMS OF LAW AND DEVELOPMENT IN ASIA

chapter 1|22 pages

INTRODUCTION

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chapter 3|23 pages

APEC, INDUSTRY POLICY, AND THE ROLE OF LAW

ByBernard G. Bishop 68
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PART TWO JAPAN AS A MODEL FOR LAW AND DEVELOPMENT IN ASIA

chapter 7|19 pages

INDUSTRIAL POLICY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN JAPAN AND BEYOND

ByChristopher Heath 197
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PART THREE LAW IN A 'SOCIALIST MARKET ECONOMY': THE CASE OF CHINA

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PART FOUR SOUTHEAST ASIAN APPROACHES TO LAW AND DEVELOPMENT

chapter 11|25 pages

PROSPERITY AT A PRICE: REGULATION OF ORGANIZED LABOUR IN MALAYSIA

ByJesse Wu Min Aun 289
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PART FIVE LAW AND DEVELOPMENT AND THE REGION

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chapter 14|31 pages

ASIAN ECONOMIC CRISIS AND LEGAL INSTITUTIONS: A TALE OF Two CITIES

ByRoman Tomasic 358
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