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East Asian Direct Investment in Britain : Studies in Asia Pacific Business - Philip Garrahan

East Asian Direct Investment in Britain

Studies in Asia Pacific Business

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Published: 31st October 1999
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The North of England has claimed more inward investment form East Asia than any other region in Britain, or indeed any region in the other member states of the European Union. Specialists from business organization and managment join with political economists and geographers to consider how this Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) has influenced change in the region, and plot the dynamics of this particularly British phenomenon.
The contributors investigate the main indicators of change and the interaction with FDI from East Asia against the background of profound changes in the regional economy since the mid 1980s, specially the part played by FDI in boosting successive phases of post-war regional economic development planning. They discuss in particular how the North has met the challenge of its long-term decline and, now that this source of FDI is levelling off and there are signs of dis-investment, the implications for the region. Specific aspects - such as private and public sector collaboration, local government, and employment relations - are analyzed with a view to determining which have been most directly affected. The book concludes with a discussion of the causes and consequences of the East Asian economic crisis and some of the likely long-term effects of the crisis for East Asia and for the global economy more generally.

Introduction: Arresting Development - East Asian FDI and Regional Changep. 1
Fast but Fragile: British Restructuring for Foreign Direct Investment in a Global Erap. 16
The Road from Nissan to Samsung: A Historical Overview of East Asian Investment in a UK Regionp. 36
East Asian FDI and the UK Peripheryp. 59
Working Miracles? Regional Renewal and East Asian Interlinkagesp. 95
East Asian Investment and Reinvestment in the 1990s: Implications for Regional Developmentp. 111
East Asian FDI and the Political Economy of Local Developmentp. 132
Managing Culture and the Manipulation of Difference: A Case Study of Second Generation Transplantp. 161
The Transformation of Employment Relations in the UK's Old Industrial Regions? A Regional Comparison of the Experience of 'Japanization'p. 183
Deciphering the East Asian Crisisp. 201
Abstractsp. 220
Indexp. 225
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ISBN: 9780714680446
ISBN-10: 0714680443
Series: Studies in Asia Pacific Business
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 248
Published: 31st October 1999
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.13 x 15.88  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.39
Edition Number: 1