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Frederic C. Deyo • 2 Books
The Political Economy of the New Asian Industrialism (1987)
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    Asia and the Pacific (5 Reviews)
    Arming the Dragon, by A. James Gregor
    1. Arming the Dragon by A. James Gregor
    2. China's Continuous Revolution by Lowell Dittmer
    3. The Dragon and the Wild Goose by Jay Taylor
    4. The Political Economy of the New Asian Industrialism by Frederic C. Deyo
    5. Who's Who in the People's Republic of China by Wolfgang Bartke
    Orbis, Summer 1988, pp. 473-475
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    Recent Books on International Relations (17 Reviews)
    General: Economic and Social
    1. Trading Places by Clyde V. Prestowitz, Jr.
    2. Japan, Disincorporated by Leon Hollerman
    3. Adjustment, Structural Change, and Economic Efficiency by Jozef M. van Brabant
    4. Capitalism, Communism, and Coexistence by John Kenneth Galbraith and Stanislav Menshikov, ...
    5. In Search of Stability by Charles S. Maier
    6. Administered Protection in America by Alan M. Rugman and Andrew D.M. Anderson
    7. Bilateralism, Multilateralism, and Canada in U.S. Trade Policy by William Diebold, Jr.
    8. The Global Marketplace by Milton Moskowitz
    9. Buying into America by Martin Tolchin and Susan Tolchin
    10. The Rise of the Phoenix by Jack N. Behrman
    11. Markets or Governments by Charles Wolf, Jr.
    12. The Political Economy of the New Asian Industrialism by Frederic C. Deyo
    13. Threats to International Financial Stability by Richard Portes and Alexander K. Swoboda
    14. International Competitiveness by A. Michael Spence and Heather A. Hazard
    15. Rich Countries and Poor Countries by W.W. Rostow
    16. Long Cycles by Joshua S. Goldstein
    17. Banking on the World by Jeffry A. Frieden
    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1988, pp. 1118-1121