Transition of the Yangtze River Delta From Global Manufacturing Cent

This is the first English book that presents a professional analysis of the recent dynamic movement of the Chinese economy by focusing on the Yangtze River Delta region, which is the main engine of the Chinese economy. The impact of the international fina

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Transition of the Yangtze River Delta From Global Manufacturing Center to Global Innovation Center

New Frontiers in Regional Science: Asian Perspectives Volume 5 Editor in Chief Yoshiro Higano, University of Tsukuba Managing Editors Makoto Tawada (General Managing Editor), University of Aichi Gakuin University Kiyoko Hagihara, Bukkyo University Lily Kiminami, Niigata University Editorial Board Sakai Yasuhiro (Advisor Chief Japan), Shiga University Yasuhide Okuyama, University of Kitakyushu Zheng Wang, Chinese Academy of Sciences Yuzuru Miyata, Toyohashi University of Technology Hiroyuki Shibusawa, Toyohashi University of Technology Saburo Saito, Fukuoka University Makoto Okamura, Hiroshima University Moriki Hosoe, Kumamoto Gakuen University Budy Prasetyo Resosudarmo, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU Shin-Kun Peng, Academia Sinica Geoffrey John Dennis Hewings, University of Illinois Euijune Kim, Seoul National University Srijit Mishra, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research Amitrajeet A. Batabyal, Rochester Institute of Technology Yizhi Wang, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences Daniel Shefer, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Akira Kiminami, Tokyo University Advisory Board Peter Nijkamp (Chair, Ex Officio Member of Editorial Board), Free University Amsterdam Rachel S. Franklin, Brown University Mark D. Partridge, Ohio State University Jacques Poot, University of Waikato Aura Reggiani, University of Bologna

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New Frontiers in Regional Science: Asian Perspectives This series is a constellation of works by scholars in the field of regional science and in related disciplines specifically focusing on dynamism in Asia. Asia is the most dynamic part of the world. Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and Singapore experienced rapid and miracle economic growth in the 1970s. Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand followed in the 1980s. China, India, and Vietnam are now rising countries in Asia and are even leading the world economy. Due to their rapid economic development and growth, Asian countries continue to face a variety of urgent issues including regional and institutional unbalanced growth, environmental problems, poverty amidst prosperity, an ageing society, the collapse of the bubble economy, and deflation, among others. Asian countries are diversified as they have their own cultural, historical, and geographical as well as political conditions. Due to this fact, scholars specializing in regional science as an inter- and multi-discipline have taken leading roles in providing mitigating policy proposals based on robust interdisciplinary analysis of multifaceted regional issues and subjects in Asia. This series not only will present unique research results from Asia that are unfamiliar in other parts of the world because of language barriers, but also will publish advanced research results from those regions that have focused on regional and urban issues in Asia from different perspectives. The series aims t

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