The emergence of regulatory regionalism
Jayasuriya, K. (2010) The emergence of regulatory regionalism. Global Asia, 4 (4). pp. 102-107.
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The Emergence of Regulatory Regionalism Much of the debate about regional integration in Asia has focused on institutional frameworks that promote trade liberalization and the creation of an Asian community. Australian academic Kanishka Jayasuriya argues that this approach misses altogether the emergence of a new force for regionalism — the evolution of a complex web of private and public regulatory regimes that is slowly tying the region together.
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