The Crisis in the U.S. and the Future of East Asian Production Sharing

Chen, Lurong and De Lombaerde, Philippe, (2010). The Crisis in the U.S. and the Future of East Asian Production Sharing. Global Journal of Emerging Market Economies, 2(1), 91-108

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  • Author Chen, Lurong
    De Lombaerde, Philippe
    Title The Crisis in the U.S. and the Future of East Asian Production Sharing
    Appearing in Global Journal of Emerging Market Economies
    Volume 2
    Issue No. 1
    Publication Date 2010
    Place of Publication Thousand Oaks
    Publisher SAGE
    Start page 91
    End page 108
    Language EN
    Abstract

    This paper investigates the potential effects of the recent economic crisis on East Asian production sharing. It suggests that the high interdependency of the global economy has made it unlikely for East Asia to remain immune to the crisis. Indeed, the impacts of the crisis on the regional economy in the long run are likely to be more serious than those in the short term. The crisis could be a factor in accelerating the process of East Asian regional integration, especially in terms of financial integration.

    Copyright Holder Emerging Markets Forum
    Copyright Year 2010
    Copyright type All Rights Reserved
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