In the aftermath of the Asian Financial Crisis, international financial institutions suggested various neoliberal solutions for reforming economic management within East Asian countries. This collection examines the structural changes that occured in East Asia following the crisis and explores the philosophical and empirical bases of suggested solutions, and questions how far they have been adopted. This book brings together international scholars in political economy, law and sociology to interrogate the seemingly unproblematic notions - the rules of law, good corporate governance, and flexible labour market - that inform neoliberal policy prescriptions. The contributors discuss how these concepts have been interpreted and practiced in East Asia since the crisis to trace the developmental trajectory of the region since 1998.

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