Competing Capitalisms: Australia, Japan and Economic Competition in the Asia Pacific

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Since the end of the Cold War capitalism has become the dominant form of economic and political organization across the globe. This does not mean, however, that all forms of capitalism are the same. Competing Capitalisms explains why some countries have developed very different forms of capitalism and what happens when they interact. The book considers the distinctive experiences of Australia's market-based, and Japan's state-led forms of capitalism and explains what this means for future international economic competition.

Competing Capitalisms: Australia, Japan and Economic Competition in the Asia Pacific 1999, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke

ISBN-13: 9780333747742

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