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Cho-Hsin Su - Taiwan in East Asia: from an Economic Perspective

East Asia is widely considered as a region of emerging power. All the developed economies have been moving their regards toward this area and looking for opportunity for partnership in order to access this huge Asian market. It is also a region where the regional integration movement is unripened but is getting more and more fervent. Since 2010, we are witnessing various economic regional integration scheme being proposed by great powers worldwide. This talk thus would like to address this phenomenon. It contains a general introduction on the history, culture and international relations in East Asia, and Taiwan’s place in the region. Special axis will be placed on the economic dimension, introducing the characteristic flying geese model, the regionalism/regionalization development in different pace, and Taiwan’s position in this economic model.

References

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Dent, C. (2016). East Asian Regionalism. 2nd ed. Routledge.

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Pencea, S. (2017). “A Look into the Complexities of the One Belt, One Road Strategy”. In Global Economic Observer, 5 (1): 142-158; Dent, C. (2016). East Asian Regionalism. 2nd ed. Routledge.

Suehiro, A. (2008). Catch-up Industrialization: The Trajectory and Prospects of East Asian Economies. T. Gill (trans.). University of Hawaii Press.

Vienna Center for Taiwan Studies

Department of East Asian Studies
University of Vienna
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