Mark Beeson focuses on East Asia, Political economy, Politics, Economy and Development economics. His East Asia research incorporates elements of Regionalism, Hegemony, Liberalism and Far East. His Far East course of study focuses on China and Authoritarianism and Status quo.
His Political economy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Economic system, Corporate governance and Globalization. His Economy research integrates issues from Government and Diplomacy, Middle power, Foreign policy. His research in Development economics tackles topics such as State which are related to areas like Siege and Decentralization.
His primary areas of study are Political economy, Politics, East Asia, Development economics and Economy. His Political economy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Globalization, International relations, Foreign policy, China and Hegemony. His research integrates issues of Geopolitics and Authoritarianism in his study of China.
His Politics research includes themes of Economic growth, Public policy, State and Economic system. His work on East Asian Studies as part of general East Asia research is often related to Context, thus linking different fields of science. Mark Beeson merges many fields, such as Development economics and Southeast Asian studies, in his writings.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in China, Political economy, Economy, Politics and East Asia. His China study incorporates themes from Corporate governance, Global governance, International relations, Development economics and Hegemony. Many of his studies on Development economics apply to Foreign policy as well.
His Political economy study combines topics in areas such as Political system, International political economy, Authoritarianism and Public policy. In most of his Politics studies, his work intersects topics such as Power. In East Asia, Mark Beeson works on issues like Regionalism, which are connected to Institutionalisation.
Mark Beeson mostly deals with China, Political economy, East Asia, Economy and International relations. His China research includes elements of Economic system, Development economics and Corporate governance, Global governance. His Political economy research incorporates elements of Legitimacy, Soft power, Authoritarianism and Public relations.
His East Asia research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Regionalism, Multilateralism and Foreign policy. His studies in Economy integrate themes in fields like Geopolitics, Presidency, Vision and Hegemony. His Geopolitics study is concerned with the field of Politics as a whole.
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The coming of environmental authoritarianism
Environmental Politics (2010)
Rethinking regionalism: Europe and East Asia in comparative historical perspective
Journal of European Public Policy (2005)
Developmental States in East Asia: A Comparison of the Japanese and Chinese Experiences
Asian Perspective (2009)
Neoliberalism as a political rationality: Australian public policy since the 1980s
Mark Beeson;Ann Firth.
Journal of Sociology (1998)
Institutions of the Asia-Pacific: ASEAN, APEC and beyond
ASEAN Plus Three and the Rise of Reactionary Regionalism
Contemporary Southeast Asia: A Journal of International and Strategic Affairs (2003)
The Rise and Fall (?) of the Developmental State: The Vicissitudes and Implications of East Asian Interventionism
The G-20 and International Economic Governance: Hegemony, Collectivism, or Both?
Mark Beeson;Stephen Bell.
Global Governance (2009)
Neo-liberalism and East Asia: Resisting the Washington Consensus
Mark Beeson;Iyanatul Islam.
Journal of Development Studies (2005)
Hegemonic transition in East Asia? The dynamics of Chinese and American power
Review of International Studies (2009)
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