Asia’s Flying Geese in the Japan Times

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Asia’s Flying Geese: How Regionalization Shapes Japan by Walter F. Hatch is reviewed by Jeff Kingston in the January 23, 2011 edition of The Japan Times:

“This is a fascinating story of how Japan managed globalization, and resisted its impulses temporarily through a strategy of regionalization. Drawing on the flying geese metaphor, Hatch explains how the lead goose, Japan, deployed its capital, technology and norms to the Asian flock, thereby bolstering its system even as it was becoming increasingly dysfunctional.”

Read the whole review here: Why Did Japan Crash as Asia’s Lead Goose?

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