Stephen Roach on the Next Asia

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Stephen Roach on the Next Asia: Opportunities and Challenges for a New Globalization

Stephen Roach on the Next Asia is an in-depth compilation representing more than 70 of Roach's key research efforts not just on Asia, but also on how the region fits into the broad context of increasingly globalized financial markets. It discusses Asia's critical role in globalization; the coming rebalancing of the Chinese economy, a new pan-regional framework for integration and competition, and a frank discussion of the biggest risk to this remarkable transformation. Stephen Roach on the Next Asia will help readers understand and profit from the world's most dynamic region.

Praise for Stephen Roach on the Next Asia

"Stephen Roach's penetrating insights into the linkages between Asia and globalization—past, present, and future—should be required reading for policymakers, economists, and anyone else who has an interest in the future of the world economy."

Jeffrey Garten, Professor and former dean, Yale School of Management

"If policymakers from the United States and China heed [Roach's] words, the world will be a safer, more prosperous place."

Bill Bradley, former United States Senator

"This book presents a fresh Asian perspective in understanding the root cause of the global financial crisis."

Liu Mingkang, Chairman, China Banking Regulatory Commission

"Stephen Roach's articles on Asia give the reader an authoritative and highly readable overview of the many fascinating aspects of Asia's new emergence on the global scene."

Montek Ahluwalia, Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission, Government of India

"Debate rages over whether Asia has become the new engine of growth in a post-crisis global economy. Stephen Roach challenges this presumption and provides timely insight as to what China and the rest of Asia need to accomplish in order to step into this important role."

Laura D'Andrea Tyson, Professor, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley

"Roach has enjoyed a ringside seat in Asia through the crisis. The combination of economic and business analysis gives him a unique perspective."

Howard Davies, Director, London School of Economics