Are international and Asian regional institutions serving the development goals of Asian and Pacific Economies as well they should? The global economy, led by the Asia Pacific region, has undergone immense change and growth. Have the existing institutions and arrangements been able to keep pace with those changes in the global economy? International Institutions and Asian Development tackles these questions and is an essential book for the assessment of regional and international institutions, as well as policy prescriptions for reforming them to ensure they deliver on sustainable, peaceful growth and development in the region.
Drawing from papers presented to the 32nd Pacific Trade and Development conference in Hanoi in 2007, the contributions by distinguished authors add to the understanding of the purpose, evolution, relevance and gaps in regional and global institutions and their arrangements.
Shiro Armstrong is a Research Fellow at the Crawford School of Economics and Government at the Australian National University.
Vo Tri Thanh is Director of the Department for International Economic Integration Studies of the Central Institute of Economic Management in Vietnam
About the Author:
Shiro Armstrong is a Research Fellow at the Crwaford School of Economics and Government at the Australian National University
Vo Tri Thanh is Director of the Department for International Economic Integration Studies of the Central Institute for Economic Management in Vietnam