The Construction of International Regimes in East Asia: Coercion, Consensus and Collective Goods

This paper employs theories of hegemony to explore the way the regional economic regime was reconstituted in the aftermath of the East Asian financial crisis of 1997. An important distinction is made here between realist and Gramscian notions of hegemony in the construction of international orders. I argue that while these perspectives are predicated upon… (More)