Asian-Pacific Economic Literature
© Crawford School of Economics and Government, The Australian National University and Wiley Publishing Asia Pty Ltd.
Edited By: Ron Duncan, Premachandra Athukorala, Hal Hill and Peter Warr
Impact Factor: 0.407
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 235/321 (Economics)
Online ISSN: 1467-8411
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The latest Heinz Arndt Memorial Lecture was given by Ronald Findlay, Ragnar Nurkse Professor of Economics at Columbia University. It provides a new perspective on the seemingly widespread presumption that modern Burma is an essentially inward-looking, somewhat xenophobic country that is hostile to external influences. You can read the Lecture online now.
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A review of corporate governance in China
Jingjing Yang, Jing Chi and Martin Young
Gross national happiness
The East Asian model of economic development
Jene K. Kwon and Jung Mo Kang
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About the journal
Asian-Pacific Economic Literature (APEL) is an essential resource for anyone interested in economic development in the Asian-Pacific region. With original articles on topical policy issues, literature surveys, and abstracts of articles from over 300 journals, APEL makes it easy for you to keep ahead of the proliferating research on this dynamic and increasingly important region.
Read by politicians, journalists, businesspeople, policy-makers, industrialists and academics, APEL avoids technical jargon, and is the only journal devoted to one-stop, in-depth reporting of research on the development of Asian-Pacific economies.
Regular features in the journal include:
• policy issues
• literature surveys
• book reviews
• abstracts of journal articles and books published on Asian-Pacific economic issues.