Locating Neoliberalism in East Asia: Neoliberalizing Spaces in Developmental States (IJURR Studies in Urban and Social Change Book Series) (英語) ペーパーバック – 2011/12/27
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Locating Neoliberalism in East Asia: Neoliberalizing Spaces in Developmental States examines the influence of neo-liberal ideologies on urban and regional policies and practices in several Asian Pacific nations.
- Represents one of the few studies of neoliberal changes in East Asia, one of the most important topics in social science research over the past two decades
- Considers the Asian perspective by focusing on readings from Asian experts
- Pays special attention to the ‘spatial' dimension of the East Asian neoliberalization
- Examines the influence of neo-liberal ideologies on urban and regional policies and practices in several Asian Pacific nations
- Explores the evolving relationship between the two political economies
“However, this book has put on the agenda an important question about the recent fate of the developmental state and provided some thorough case studies, and perhaps it will inspire other scholars to take up this question.” (American Journal of Sociology, 1 September 2013)
“It will surely find its way onto the reading lists of Master’s level courses both in social science and East Asian studies departments, as well as forming invaluable reading for researchers and commentators more broadly.” (International Journal of Housing Policy, 20 June 2013)
Bae-Gyoon Park is an Associate Professor of Geography the College of Education at Seoul National University in Korea. Park has recently published papers in International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Political Geography, Economic Geography and Critical Asian Studies.
Richard Child Hill is Emeritus Professor of Sociology at Michigan State University. Hill's published writings include Japanese Cities in the World Economy ( 1993), Nested Cities: The State and Urban Development in East Asia (2003), and Innovative Tokyo (2005), all co-authored with Kuniko Fujita.
Asato Saito is Visiting Lecturer in the Faculty of Social Policy and Administration at Hosei University. He is currently involved in studies comparing the governance arrangement at metropolitan and regional scale in four world cities: London, New York, Paris and Tokyo; and one investigating New Regionalism and Smart Growth in US cities.