Globalisation, Domestic Politics and Regionalism
Routledge – 2004 – 240 pages
This book examines the relationship between globalisation and regionalism through a detailed analysis of the ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA) project. It analyses how the interaction between globalisation and domestic politics shaped the evolution of AFTA over the past 10 years, arguing that although AFTA was triggered primarily by the pressures of globalisation, it was a tussle between the imperatives of growth and domestic distribution that shaped the way economic cooperation unfolded and the forms it took.
'A significant contribution to our understanding of the rapidly evolving global political economy.' - Richard Stubbs, Department of Political Science, McMaster Unicersity