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Regional Integration in the Asia Pacific
Issues and Prospects
OECD, The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre at the University of South Australia . Published by : OECD Publishing , Publication date:  01 Jun 2005
Pages: 292 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264009165 , OECD Code: 032005021P1
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This report, published by the OECD's International Futures Programme in co-operation with the Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre in Australia, aims to stimulate informed debate about the main integration issues facing the Asia-Pacific region in the decades ahead.  It examines such issues as how the region compares to other regions of the world in terms of economic and political integration; regional co-operation on trade, investment and environment; and security and transportation concerns.  The book concludes with Mike Moore's "Reflections on Asia Pacific Integration".

Table of contents:
Chapter 1. Cover and Table of Contents
Chapter 2. Executive Summary and Synthesis
Chapter 3. Regional Integration in Asia: Some Key issues for the Future
Chapter 4. Integration: "Think Global, Act Regional"
Chapter 5. Regional Integration: History and Trends
Chapter 6. Integration: The Way Forward
Chapter 7. Trade and Economics Integration in the Asia Pacific Region
Chapter 8. The Evolution of Transport Arrangements
Chapter 9. Education, Health and Culture
Chapter 10. Alleviating Environmental Degradation in the Asia Pacific Region: International Co-operation and the Role of Issue-Linkage
Chapter 11. Towards a Regional Rapid Response Co-operation Group in the Asia Pacific
Chapter 12. Annex: Reflections on Asia Pacific Integration
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