World Scientific Reference On Globalisation In Eurasia And The Pacific Rim (In 4 Volumes)
Author/Editor:    Dyker, David A. Dai, Xiudan. Farah, Paolo Davide. Fielding, Anthony. Rossi, Piercarlo.
Publisher:    Imperial College Press
Binding:    hbk.
Physical Media:    book (4 vols)
Pages:    1104
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Pubn Year:    2015
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ISBN:   9789814447799
ISBN10:   981444779X

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Description: This multi-volume set focuses on a key region of the world which contains fourof the biggest emerging economies, a large number of highly dynamic small- andmedium-sized emerging economies, and one of the leading advanced industrialcountries. It is a region which contains some of the biggest hydrocarbon andmineral deposits in the world, and some of the most energy- and metal-hungryeconomies in the world. With half the world's population, it is one of the mostdynamic regions of the globe in terms of population movement, providing a keyfocus of foreign investment, both inwards and outwards, with a high degree oftechnological dynamism. The region plays a central role in the industrial supplynetworks of the globe.In four volumes, focusing on, respectively, foreigninvestment, innovation, energy and migration, the set focuses on each of themain elements in the production system in turn — capital, innovation, rawmaterials and labour. Volume 1 studies patterns of interchange of financial anddirect investment within the region, focusing on governance, the development ofsupply chains, and technology transfer. In Volume 2, the technology themebecomes dominant, with a special focus on digital technology. It includestechnical issues like mobile communications standardisation, developmentaldimensions, including the role of clusters and science parks, and politicaleconomy issues like the rise of techno-nationalism. Volume 3 turns to energyissues — not just issues of supply and demand, but also key problems ofclimate change, security and sustainability across the Eurasian and Asianlandmass. Volume 4 presents the human dimension, looking at people in movement,as workers, citizens, men, women, or colonisers. Among the key issues discussedare the migration from country to town in China, the ‘greying’ of countrieslike Japan, the effect of war on migration, marriage migration, humantrafficking and the depopulation of the Russian Far East.The set is a must-havefor anyone keen to understand the region whose manufacturing core can bedescribed, without exaggeration, as the ‘workshop of the world’ of thetwenty-first century.

Contents: Volume 1: Foreign InvestmentVolume 2: InnovationVolume 3: EnergyVolume 4: Migration: Economic Drivers of Contemporary Labour Mobility in East AsiaVolume 1 studies patterns of interchange of financial anddirect investment within the region, focusing on governance,the development of supply chains, and technology transfer.Chapter 1 Foreign Direct Investment and EconomicDevelopment(Jeongseon Seo and Nick von Tunzelmann)Part I - The Pattern of FDI Across the Eurasian/Pacific Rim RegionChapter 2 Japanese FDI in Asia(Kazuo Inaba)Chapter 3 Inward FDI and Organisations: The Caseof Chinese Firms(Koichiro Kimura)Chapter 4 Outward FDI in R&D to EmergingCountries: The Case of Leading KoreanICT Corporations(Jeongseon Seo)Chapter 5 Maturing Strategies of RussianMultinational Companies: Comparisonswith Chinese Multinationals(Wladimir Andreff)Chapter 6 Inward Foreign Direct Investment inKazakhstan(David A. Dyker)Chapter 7 Foreign Direct Investment in India(Pravakar Sahoo)Chapter 8 Foreign Direct Investment in Vietnam:An Overview(Tran Thi Anh-Dao and Dinh Thi Thanh Binh)Chapter 9 Analysing R&D Activities of ForeignEnterprises in Emerging Economies:Lessons from Turkey(Mehmet Teoman Pamuku and Erkan Erdil)Part II - The Bigger Picture: Investment Climate,Governance and Global Supply NetworksChapter 10 Outward Foreign Direct Investment byEmerging Markets Firms(Dirk Holtbrgge, Sue Claire Berning andRitam Garg)Chapter 11 Investment Climate and FDI Facilitation:FDI Trends and Policy in Asia andASEAN(Shandre M. Thangavelu and ChristopherFindlay)Chapter 12 China's Outward Investment Surge(Jan Knoerich)Chapter 13 The Development of Industrial SupplyNetworks in Asia(Shintaku, Junjiro and Youngwon Park )Chapter 14 Emerging Multinational CompaniesInvesting in Developed Countries: AtOdds with HOS?(Wladimir Andreff and Giovanni Balcet)Chapter 15 Inward Foreign Direct Investmentin Russia: Governance, BusinessEnvironment and Supply Networks(David A. Dyker)Volume 2 the technology theme becomes dominant, witha special focus on digital technology. It includes technicalissues like mobile communications standardisation,developmental dimensions, including the role of clustersand science parks, and political economy issues like therise of techno-nationalism.Part I - National Innovation PolicyChapter 1 Chinese Innovation Policy for theDigital Age(Xiudian Dai)Chapter 2 From Singapore One to IntelligentNation 2015 (iN2015): A Case forState-driven Initiatives for Innovation(Godfrey Yeung)Chapter 3 The Trajectory of Taiwan'sIndustrial Development: InnovationPolicy, Performance and FutureChallenges for a Latecomer(Mei-Chih Hu, Chan-Yuan Wong andHsien-Chen Lo)Part II - Innovation Environment/ClusteringChapter 4 Innovation Policies in China: A CaseStudy of Zhongguancun Science Park(Xin Xiangyang and Song Jiechen)Chapter 5 Russia's Skolkovo Science Park -Game-changer or Rule-bender?(David Dyker)Chapter 6 Nurturing Innovation in Malaysia:A Case Study of the Multimedia SuperCorridor (MSC)(Ahmad Naqiyuddin Bakar)Part III - Techno-Nationalism and GlobalisationChapter 7 From Follower to Leader:China and the MobileTelecommunications Standards(Hai Qin)Chapter 8 The Political Economy of Taiwan'sDigital Convergence Policy(Hung-Hwei Liu and James W. Y. Wang)Chapter 9 How do ICT Firms in Turkey ManageInnovation? Diversity in Expertiseversus Diversity in Markets(Semih Akomak, Erdal Akdeve and DeryaF?nd?k)Chapter 10 An Ordinary Company from anExtraordinary Country-BecomingGreat by Doing the Right Thing at theRight Time(Yan Wan and Shi-Ji Gao)Volume 3 turns to energy issues - not just issues of supplyand demand, but also key problems of climate change,security and sustainability across the Eurasian and Asianlandmass.Part I - Energy Resources in Eurasia: GlobalDemand and Policy PerspectivesChapter 1 World Energy Resources: Scales andParadigms(Francesco Adamo and Marco Adamo)Chapter 2 Energy Trends in Europe and EU ExternalPolicy(Roman Petrov)Chapter 3 The Russian Federation's EnergyDiplomacy and its Influence in theCaucasus and Central Asia(Nadiya Kravets and Morena Skalamera)Chapter 4 Indian Energy Policy and the Protectionof the Environment at the Federal andState Levels(Domenico Francavilla)Chapter 5 China: Energy Policy and EnvironmentalMatters(Qin Tianbao and Wang Huanhuan)Chapter 6 Turkey's Energy Dynamics, RegionalPolitics and Pipelines in the Context ofGlobal Game-Changers(Mehmet ?t)Part II - Connecting Energy: The TransnationalDimension of Trade and EnvironmentalLawChapter 7 Global Energy Governance, InternationalEnvironmental Law and the RegionalDimension(Paolo Farah)Chapter 8 Regional Arrangements Tackling ClimateChange and Emissions Trading(Jiang Yue)Chapter 9 Energy Security, Water Resources,Environmental Concerns and EconomicDevelopment in Central(Paolo Farah)Chapter 10 Energy Investments and EnvironmentalConcerns in South-East Asia(Paolo Farah )Part III - Connecting Energy: The TransnationalDimension of Sustainability andInnovationChapter 11 The Concept of Sustainability and itsConsequences for Energy Policy(Jean Yves Hertebise)Chapter 12 Investing in Sustainable Energy underthe Energy Charter Treaty(Matteo Barra)Chapter 13 Innovation in Energy: A ComprensiveFrameworkPiercarlo RossiVolume 4 presents the human dimension, looking atpeople in movement, as workers, citizens, men, women,or colonisers. Among the key issues discussed are themigration from country to town in China, the 'greying' ofcountries like Japan, the effect of war on migration, marriagemigration, human trafficking and the depopulation of theRussian Far East.Chapter 1 IntroductionChapter 2 Migration and the Economic Crisis:A Simple Conceptual FrameworkApplied to East AsiaChapter 3 Inter-Provincial Migration in aTransition Economy:The Case of ChinaChapter 4 Migration Flows and Labour MarketCharacteristics:A Case Study of HeilongjiangProvince, ChinaChapter 5 Recent Trends in InternationalMigration to and from Taiwan: ATheoretical InterpretationChapter 6 The Political Economy of Immigration:A Case Study of South KoreaChapter 7 The Occupational Class andGeographical Locations ofTransnational Immigrant Minorities inJapanChapter 8 Migration and the Life Coursein Japan: Labour Migration inthe Context of Family Life andIntergenerational RelationshipsChapter 9 Social Mobility and GeographicalMobility: Singapore, Hong Kong,Shanghai and Tokyo as EscalatorRegionsChapter 10 Demographic Implications of theNew Immigration ModelApplied to East Asia