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    In the 1980s and 1990s, many in the West came to believe in the myth of an East-Asian economic miracle, with countries seen as not just development prodigies but as a unified bloc, culturally and economically similar, and inexorably on the rise. In How Asia Works, Joe Studwell distills extensive research into the economics of nine countries - Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam, and China - into an accessible narrative that debunks Western misconceptions, shows what really happened in Asia and why, and for once makes clear why some countries have boomed while others have languished.

    Impressive in scope, How Asia Works is essential listening for anyone interested in a region that will shape the future of the world.

    ©2013 Joe Studwell (P)2017 Tantor

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    • Jay
    • 17/02/2020

    The best economic development book I’ve ever seen

    This book gives the essential blueprint for how developing countries succeed in the postwar era. He tells you why countries like Japan, Taiwan,Korea succeeded and others like the Philippines Indonesia Malaysia did not. If you want to understand Asian economics you must listen to this book.

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    • Karabo Molema
    • 11/04/2018

    a good book, that explains Asian economies well

    This book explains the economic history, of Asia quite well. Along the way you learn how countries influenced each other. How the Germans influenced the Japanese, in turn they influenced the Koreans, and so on. Also the other important takeaway, is that you learn about Friedrich List

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    • Will Dubiel
    • 05/04/2020

    A roadmap for economic development

    Excellent book. Well written and well narrated. My only complaint is that the volume is inconsistent. It can dip and rise without warning, and is often too quiet.

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    • Mathis
    • 08/03/2020

    very interesting account of economics

    very interesting account of economics in general and east Asia in particular. interesting metaphor doing crucial work of nations' economies being infants or grown-ups.

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    • Whalan
    • 26/06/2019

    Lessons in the quest for economic development

    Excellent audiobook.. A must read for all those entrusted with economic policies in developing states..

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    • Similo
    • 26/05/2019

    EM Economics

    Most people who go to University study developed markets economics. This book shows the least taught economics, EM economics. Lovely book!

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    • kimroh
    • 01/11/2018

    Great insight of the Asian economy and development

    Being an Asian myself it is great to know how neighbouring nations succeed while others don't.

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    • Angie Bender
    • 06/10/2018

    Boring.

    Maybe it was over my head but it could have used some analogies and comparisons to make it more interesting.

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    • Lance Kellar
    • 12/01/2022

    a masterpiece

    This was a fantastic examination of the different paths of development in Asia. A lot of attention is paid to the differences between the oft cited cases of Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and Singapore. More importantly, the author brings together great man theory with structural determinism. His view is refreshing, and it's old enough to make checking his company and industry specific forecasts easy.

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    • Gabriel Connolly
    • 05/01/2022

    Incredible

    I learned more from reading this book then I did from years of college level economics classes. Macroeconomic advice on how to grow an economy should be rooted in the history of what actually works, and not what a model says should work. If Joe Studwell were in charge of the IMF we would see a much sharper reduction in global poverty than we see today.