- Professor, Economics
- International Trade, Economic Development
- Ph.D., Southern Illinois University
Containing collective wisdom from prominent scholars in various fields in Asian studies, this book covers the legal, economic, sociopolitical, and international aspects of economic integration. Essays examine the impact of the contending forces of national identity and economic interests following the integration of the economies of Taiwan and China, and as a trading bloc is emerging across the Taiwan Strait. The volume further analyzes how the formation of the Great China Economic Zone will affect Taiwan's rising national identity, the cross-strait and the triangular relations among the United States, China, and Taiwan, and regional stability in East Asia.
Published January 2012
Palgrave Macmillan 2012