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Peter Drysdale

Emeritus Professor

Qualifications

M, BA (UNE), PhD (ANU)

Contact details

Phone: +61 2 6125 5539

Room: Old Canberra House (OCH) 3.69

Books

  • (2007) (with Takashi Terada, eds) Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation: Critical Perspectives on the World Economy, Routledge: London, Volumes 1-5, pp. 1744

Major articles and book chapters

  • (2008) (with Kejun Jiang and Dominic Meagher, eds), ‘China and East Asian Energy: Prospects and issues’, Asia Pacific Economic Papers, No 369, Parts I and II, 212 pp » view publication part 1 [PDF, 711KB] » view publication part 2 [PDF, 1481KB]
  • (2007) (with Xinpeng Xu), ‘Taiwan’s role in the economic architecture of East Asia and the Pacific’, in Julian Chang and Steven M. Goldstein (eds), Economic Reform and Cross-Strait Relations: Taiwan and China in the WTO, World Scientific, New Jersey, 377 pp
  • (2007) (with Kejun Jiang and Dominic Meagher, eds) ‘China and East Asian energy: Prospects and issues’, Asia Pacific Economic Papers, No 361, 146 pp » view publication [PDF, 1375KB]
  • (2006) ‘Did the NARA Treaty make a difference? Australian Journal of International Affairs, Vol 60, No 4, December, Routledge, London and New York, pp 490-505
  • (2006) (with Christopher Findlay) ‘US and EU trade policies in East Asia’, Pacific Economic Papers No. 353, Australia–Japan Research Centre, ANU, Canberra, 21 pp » view publication [PDF, 208KB]
  • (2005) (with Christopher Findlay) ‘US and EU trade policies in East Asia, in Kiichiro Fukasaku, Masahiro Kawai, Michael G. Plummer, Alexandra Trzeciak-Duval, (eds), Policy Coherence Towards East Asia: Development Challenges for OECD Countries, OECD, Paris, pp 137-160 » view publication [PDF, 208KB]
  • (2005) ‘Regional cooperation in East Asia and FTA strategies’, Pacific Economic Papers No. 344, Australia–Japan Research Centre, Canberra, 17 pp » view publication [PDF, 98KB]

Other publications and papers

  • (2007) ‘Ajia taiheiyou no keizai hatten to keizai kyouryoku: Kako to genzai [‘Economic development and cooperaitonin the Asia Pacific region: Past and present], (summary of presentation), Sekai Keizai Hyouron [World Economics Review], World Economic Research Association, Vol 50, No 12, pp 20-22
  • (2006) ‘The economics of the North Korean settlement’, Capturing the Year 2006: Writings from the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, Barbara Nelson and Robin Jeffrey (eds), ANU, December, pp 100-103
  • (2006) ‘APEC then and now: the catalytic role of the APEC process: Behind the border, beyond the APEC goals’ (extract from paper presented to APEC Symposium, Chiba, Japan, March), APEC Perspectives 2006, APEC Secretariat, Singapore, pp 11-15 [» view publication [PDF, 235KB]] https://crawford-anu-edu-au.virtual.anu.edu.au/pdf/staff/peter_drysdale/...)
  • (2006) ‘East Asian Energy Cooperation’ JIEE Journal, Japan Institute of Energy Economics, Tokyo
  • (2005) Review of Japan’s Subnational Governments in International Affairs by Purnendra Jain, in Japanese Studies, Carfax, Vol 25, No 3, December, pp 317-318
  • (2005) ‘The economics of the North Korean settlement’, APEC Economies Newletter, APSEG, ANU, Vol 9, No 10, October
  • (2005) ‘Japan, APEC and East Asian Economic Cooperation: A Mitsui USA Symposium’ — record of discussion, Center on Japanese Economy and Business, February
  • Drysdale,P. (2004), ‘The New Economy in East Asia and the Pacific’. Drysdale,P. (ed), Routledge, London and New York, Online publication not available.
  • Drysdale,P. (2003), ‘Japanese Governance: Beyond Japan Inc.’ Drysdale,P. Amyx, J. (ed), Routledge, London and New York, Online publication not available.
  • Drysdale,P. (2002), ‘Beyond East Asia’s economic crisis: development paradise lost?’ Japan’s Asian Policy: revival and response, Takashi Inoguchi (ed), Palgrave MacMillan, New York, 55-80. » view publication [PDF, 1070KB]
  • Drysdale,P. (2000), ‘Reform and Recovery in East Asia: The Role of the State and Economic Enterprise’. Drysdale,P. (ed), Routledge, London and New York, Online publication not available.
  • Drysdale,P. (1998), ‘The Japanese Economy’. Drysdale,P. Gower, L. (ed), Routledge, London and New York, Online publication not available.
  • Drysdale,P.; Vines, d.; House, B. (1998), ‘Europe, East Asia and APEC: A Shared Global Agenda’. Europe, East Asia and APEC: A Shared Global Agenda, Drysdale,P.$; Vines, D. (ed), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, Online publication not available.
  • Drysdale, P.; Huang, Y. (1997), ‘Technological Catch-Up and Productivity Growth in East Asia’. Economic Record, Vol. 73, 201-211. » view publication [PDF, 11312KB]
  • Drysdale, P; Elek, A. (1997), ‘APEC: Community-building in East Asia and the Pacific’. From APEC to Xanadu: creating a viable community in the post-Cold War Pacific, HELLMAN, D.; PYLE, K.D. (ed), National Bureau of Asian Research and M.E. Sharpe, 37-69. » view publication [PDF, 11132KB]
  • Drysdale,P. (1995), ‘The Question of Access to the Japanese Market’. Economic Record, Vol. 71(214), Economic Society of Australia, Sydney, 271-83. » view publication [PDF, 1032KB]

Selected publications

  • (2008) ‘Regionalism in Asia and the Pacific: An Asian Economic Community’, in Preferential Trading Agreements in Asia: Towards an Asian Economic Community, Academic Foundation, New Delhi, pp. 23-42
  • (2008) ‘Creating an architecture for cooperation’, in Emerging Asian Regionalism: A Partnership for Shared Prosperity, Asian Development Bank, Manila, pp 236-259
  • (2006) ‘Did the NARA Treaty make a difference? Australian Journal of International Affairs, Vol 60, No 4, December, Routledge, London and New York, pp 490-505
  • (2005) (with Christopher Findlay) ‘US and EU trade policies in East Asia, in Kiichiro Fukasaku, Masahiro Kawai, Michael G. Plummer, Alexandra Trzeciak-Duval, (eds), Policy Coherence Towards East Asia: Development Challenges for OECD Countries, OECD, Paris, pp 137-160
  • (2005) ‘East Asian FTAs and APEC’s Bogor goals’ in Zhang Yunling, ed, Emerging East Asian Regionalism: Trend and Response, World Affairs Press, Beijing, pp 99-136
  • International Economic Pluralism: economic policy in East Asia and the Pacific, Allen and Unwin, 1988.

Recent papers

  • ‘Trade as a Key to Economic Growth and Development’, Keynote Address to the Trade Forum, Pyongyang, DPR Korea, jointly organised by the Ministry of Foreign Trade, DPR Korea and UNDP, Yanggakdo Hotel, 4-5 May 2005 » view preliminary version [PDF, 116KB] » view powerpoint version [PDF, 324KB]
  • ‘Reflections on the Relationship with Japan’ Keynote presentation at 13TH Biennial Conference of the Japanese Studies Association of Australia 2 July 2003 » view draft version [PDF, 144KB]
  • ‘China’s Integration into the Regional and International Financial System’ with Yiping Huang, Paper prepared for presentation at the Kyoto University China Project Workshop on China’s Economic Development and Structural Change in East Asia, Kyoto University, 8-9 February 2003 » view draft version [PDF, 90KB]
  • ‘History of Regional Economic Integration in East Asia’ with Jane Drake Brockman. Originally published in Spanish as ‘Integración económica en Asia Oriental y la Ronda de Doha’ in Rosas, Cristina 2003 ‘Que las ‘Rondas’ no son buenas.La OMC y la Ronda de Doha: ¿proteccionismo vs desarrollo?’ Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. » view draft version [PDF, 66KB]
  • ‘Japan and the New Regionalism in East Asia’ Presentation to the Japan Economic Seminar, Washington, 22 November 2002 » view draft version [PDF, 29KB]
  • ‘China’s Global and Regional Trade Agenda’
  • Paper for presentation to the BOAO Forum, Hainan China in the Session on China’s Open Markets and Regional Economic Development, chaired by Long Yongtu, Vice Minister, MOFTEC, 12 April 2002 » view preliminary version [PDF, 13KB]
  • Lies and Statistics Column, Australian Financial Review 20 July 2002 » view draft version [PDF, 6KB]
  • ‘Getting Things Straight with Mr Koizumi’ Australian Financial Review 31 May 2002 » view draft version [PDF, 11KB]
  • ‘East Asian Steel Projections for the 1990s Revisited’ Pacific Economic Paper No. 322, December 2001, Australia-Japan Research Centre » view draft version [PDF, 193KB]
  • ‘The East Asia Community: What Trade Arrangements Make Sense’ Presentation to Asian Values and Japan’s Options conference, University of Singapore, October 2001. » view draft version [PDF, 27KB]

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