Subregional Economic Zones and Integration in East Asia
Dajin Peng examines subregional economic zones (SREZs) as an emergent means of economic integration in East Asia. He argues that SREZs are quietly forming a new geoeconomic configuration in the region, although their pattern of development is different from the expectations of the proponents.
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