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Development and Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific

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Kod przedmiotu: WSM.INP-ISDDU-28 Kod Erasmus / ISCED: (brak danych) / (brak danych)
Nazwa przedmiotu: Development and Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific
Jednostka: Centrum Studiów Międzynarodowych i Rozwoju
Grupy:
Punkty ECTS i inne: 4.00
Język prowadzenia: angielski

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr zimowy 2020/2021" (jeszcze nie rozpoczęty)

Okres: 2020-10-01 - 2021-01-28
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Typ zajęć: Wykład z elementami konwersatorium, 30 godzin, 8 miejsc więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Marcin Grabowski
Prowadzący grup: Marcin Grabowski
Lista studentów: (nie masz dostępu)
Zaliczenie: Przedmiot - Egzamin
Cele kształcenia:

(tylko po angielsku) This course aims at providing students with basic knowledge of development in the Asia-Pacific (or broadly understanding Indo-Pacific) region. Regional economic integration and cooperation will also be discussed.

Efekty kształcenia:

(tylko po angielsku) EK1: Knows and understands basic issues on economic development and international economic relations in East Asia in national, regional and global context [K_W01+][K_W05++][K_W09+]

EK2: Has rudimentary knowledge on the regional economic systems, their evolution and main actors in the region [K_W05++] [K_W09++]

EK3: Has knowledge on social and economic processes determining development of international relations in the region, including regional economic integration [K_W08+++]

EK4: Understands and analyzes economic processes in East Asia and assess its perspectives [K_U04++][K_K04+]

EK5: Can do a basic research, analyze data, synthesize information, prepare basic presentation resulting from group research [K_U02+][K_U03+][K_U09+][K_K01+][K_K03+] [K_K06+]

EK6: During discussion can present knowledge based opinions, exchange them, defend his thesis [K_U02+][K_U04+][K_U09+][K_K01+][K_K02+][K_K06+]


Forma i warunki zaliczenia:

(tylko po angielsku) 1. Attendance: Students must attend all course meetings, make-up tasks for missed classes will be required (if more than two).

2. Active participation: Students must participate in discussions of teacher’s presentation based on readings.

3. Students must prepare individual presentations on particular economy’s strategy towards regional partners.

4. Students must prepare individual report – adaptation of regional integration theory (of Joseph Nye) to selected regional institution and present it in class.

5. Final exam: will take 45 minutes, several short essays and analyses will be expected.

Final mark will be calculated as follows: 40% – final exam, report – 15%, PPT – 15%, attendance – 10%, active participation in discussions etc. – 20%.


Metody sprawdzania i kryteria oceny efektów kształcenia uzyskanych przez studentów:

(tylko po angielsku) EK1-EK6:


1. Attendance: Students must attend all course meetings, make-up tasks for missed classes will be required (if more than two).

2. Active participation: Students must participate in discussions of teacher’s presentation based on readings.

3. Students must prepare individual presentations on particular economy’s strategy towards regional partners.

4. Students must prepare individual report – adaptation of regional integration theory (of Joseph Nye) to selected regional institution and present it in class.

5. Final exam: will take 45 minutes, several short essays and analyses will be expected.

Final mark will be calculated as follows: 40% – final exam, report – 15%, PPT – 15%, attendance – 10%, active participation in discussions etc. – 20%.


Metody dydaktyczne - słownik:

E-learning
Metody eksponujące - film
Metody podające - prezentacja multimedialna
Metody podające - wykład informacyjny
Metody problemowe - metody aktywizujące - seminarium
Metody problemowe - wykład konwersatoryjny
Metody problemowe - wykład problemowy

Bilans punktów ECTS:

(tylko po angielsku) Participation in classes – 30 h

Preparation for classes: study of articles and books’ chapters, and news form current newspapers; search of statistical data from electronic databases – 40 h

Presentation and reports’ preparation – 30 h

Preparation for the final exam – 20 h

Total – 120 h (4 ECTS)


Grupa treści kształcenia:

Grupa treści kształcenia do wyboru

Skrócony opis: (tylko po angielsku)

This course aims at providing students with basic knowledge of development in the Asia-Pacific (or broadly understanding Indo-Pacific) region. Regional economic integration and cooperation will also be discussed.

Pełny opis: (tylko po angielsku)

1. Course introduction – map minding of regional integration in the Asia-Pacific.

TASK:

• Students select topic of PPT (on particular economy’s strategy towards regional partners) and consult with the teacher during class.

• Students are responsible for searching proper data and scholarly publications to back their PPT presentation (prepared for 15-20 minutes, ca. 15-20 slides each, last slide should contain bibliography).

• Students e-mail PPT due 5th class.

• Students present PPT during 6th class.

2. Development of the economic systems in East Asia.

READINGS:

• D. H. Perkins, East Asian Development: Foundations and Strategies:

o chapter 1. Historical Foundations of East Asian Development;

o chapter 2. Understanding East Asian Growth;

o chapter 5: From Command to Market Economy in China and Vietnam;

• Ming Wan, The Political Economy of East Asia: Striving for Wealth and Power:

o chapter 2: The East Asian National Systems of Political Economy.

o chapter 5: The East Asian Miracle.

3. Financial crisis in East Asia.

READINGS:

• Ming Wan, The Political Economy of East Asia: Striving for Wealth and Power: chapter 6: The Asian Financial Crisis.

• M. Grabowski, P. Laidler (eds.), Global Development Policy in the 21st Century: New Challenges, Peter Lang Verlag, Berlin 2018, chapter: M. Grabowski, S. Wycislak: The Impact of the Asian Economic Crises 1997–1998 and 2008–2009 on Regional Security and Development, on-line: https://www.academia.edu/40398737/The_Impact_of_the_Asian_Economic_Crises_1997_1998_and_2008_2009_on_Regional_Security_and_Development_co-authored_with_S%C5%82awomir_Wyci%C5%9Blak_

TASK:

• Students select report topic (on adaptation of regional integration theory to the selected regional institution) and consult with the teacher during class.

• Students are responsible for searching proper data and scholarly publications to back their reports (7500-10000 characters, excluding spaces, footnotes, bibliography).

• Students deliver report both hard copy and e-mail before 8th class.

• Students present PPT of their report during 9th class.

4. Economic relations of major regional powers:

READINGS:

• Pekkanen S., Ravenhill J., Foot R. (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the International Relations of Asia:

o chapter 7: M. Solis, Japan’s Foreign Economic Policies;

o chapter 8: M. Pearson, China’s Foreign Economic Relations and Policies;

o chapter 9: Myung-Koo Kang, South Korea’s Foreign Economic Relations and Government Policies;

TASK:

• Students e-mail PPT (on particular economy’s strategy towards regional partners) before 5th class.

5. Economic rivalry between China and the United States – introduction and debate.

READINGS:

• J. Meltzer, N. Shenai, The US-China Economic Relationship, Brookings-AEI 2019, on-line: https://www.brookings.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/us_china_economic_relationship.pdf

• M. Carvalho, A. Azevedo, A. Massuquetti, Emerging Countries and the Effects of the Trade War between US and China, Economies 2019, on-line: https://www.mdpi.com/2227-7099/7/2/45/pdf

6. Contemporary economic development of the East Asian countries.

READINGS:

• D. H. Perkins, East Asian Development: Foundations and Strategies:

o chapter 3. Government Intervention versus Laissez-Faire in Northeast Asia

o chapter 4. Successes and Failures in Southeast Asia

TASK:

• Students present PPT (on particular economy’s strategy towards regional partners) during 6th class.

7. Globalization and regionalism, the new economy in the region, regional economic integration – basic issues – introduction and debate.

READINGS:

• Pekkanen S., Ravenhill J., Foot R. (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the International Relations of Asia, Oxford University Press, New York 2014: PART III B: Regional Economic Integration;

• Dent Ch., East Asian Regionalism, Routledge, New York 2017, 2nd edition, CHAPTER 1: East Asia and Regionalism: An Introduction;

8. Southeast Asian IR and Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

READINGS:

• Weatherbee D., International Relations in Southeast Asia: The Struggle for Autonomy, Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Lanham 2015:

o CHAPTER 4: ASEAN and Regionalism in SE Asia;

o CHAPTER 8: Southeast Asia in the Regional and International Economies;

• Acharya A., Constructing Security Community in Southeast Asia: ASEAN and the Problem of Regional Order, Routledge 2014:

o CHAPTER 2: The evolution of ASEAN Norms and the emergence of the ‘ASEAN Way’;

o CHAPTER 6: ASEAN and Asia-Pacific Security.

TASK:

• Students deliver report (on adaptation of regional integration theory to the selected regional institution) both hard copy and e-mail before 8th class.

9. ASEAN Plus Three, East Asian Summit and RCEP, NEAC.

READINGS:

• Dent Ch., East Asian Regionalism, Routledge, New York 2017, 2nd edition:

o CHAPTER 3: Regionalism in Southeast Asia and Northeast Asia;

o CHAPTER 5: Finance, Money and East Asian Regionalism.

• B. Skulska, A. Jankowiak, S. Mazurek, Redefinition of the Role of Asia-Pacific Region in the Global Economy, chapter: M. Grabowski, Role of Transnational Integration in Forming of Northeast Asian Community, at: https://www.academia.edu/16354471/The_Role_of_Transnational_Integration_in_Forming_of_Northeast_Asian_Community

TASK:

• Students present PPT of their report (on adaptation of regional integration theory to the selected regional institution) during 9th class.

10. APEC and Trans-Regional Integration (TPP, TTIP, Asia-Europe Relations).

READINGS:

• Dent Ch., East Asian Regionalism, Routledge, New York 2017, 2nd edition, CHAPTER 4: East Asia and Asia-Pacific Trans-Regionalism

• Beeson M., Stubbs R., Routledge Handbook of Asian Regionalism, Routledge, New York 2012: CHAPTER 21: N. Bisley, APEC: Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation;

• Christensen T., Kirchner E., Murray Ph. (eds.), The Plagrave Handbook of EU-Asia Relations, Palgrave Macmillan, New York 2015:

o CHAPTER 20: The Asia-Europe Meeting;

• M. Zachara (ed.), Poland in Transatlantic Relations after 1989: Miracle Fair: chapter: M. Grabowski, T. Pugacewicz: Is Trans-Pacific Partnership a Challenge for Transatlantic Relations?: A Comparative Analysis of TPP and TTIP in the Context of the US Global Role, at: https://www.academia.edu/35542782/Is_Trans-Pacific_Partnership_a_Challenge_for_Transatlantic_Relations_A_Comparative_Analysis_of_TPP_and_TTIP_in_the_Context_of_the_US_Global_Role

Literatura: (tylko po angielsku)

Obligatory Readings:

• Pekkanen S., Ravenhill J., Foot R. (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the International Relations of Asia, Oxford University Press, New York 2014 – selected chapters.

• Wan Ming, The Political Economy of East Asia: Striving for Wealth and Power, CQ Press, Washington 2008.

Recommended readings:

• Beeson M., Regionalism and Globalization in East Asia: Politics, Security, and Economic Development, Palgrave 2014.

• Weatherbee D., International Relations in Southeast Asia: The Struggle for Autonomy, Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Lanham 2015.

• Dent Ch., East Asian Regionalism, 2nd Edition, Routledge 2017.

• Perkins, D.H., East Asian Development. Foundations and Strategies, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2013

Supplementary readings:

• Acharya A., Constructing Security Community in Southeast Asia: ASEAN and the Problem of Regional Order, Routledge 2014.

• Aggarwal V., Min Gyo Koo (eds.), Asia‘s New Institutional Architecture: Evolving Structures for Managing Trade, Financial and Security Relations, Springer Verlag, Berlin 2008.

• Aggarwal V., Min Gyo Koo, Seungjoo Lee, Cung-in Moon (eds.), Northeast Asia: Ripe for Integration?, Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg 2009.

• Ahn C., Baldwin R., Cheong I. (eds.), East Asian Economic Regionalism: Feasibilities and Challenges, Springer, Dordrecht 2005.

• Beeson M., Institutions of the Asia-Pacific: ASEAN, APEC and Beyond, Routledge, London-New York 2009.

• Dayley R., C. Neher, Southeast Asia in the New International Era, Westview Press, Boulder 2013 (sixth edition).

• Feinberg R. (ed.), APEC as an Institution: Multilateral Governance in the Asia-Pacific, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore 2003.

• Frost E., Asia‘s New Regionalism, Lynne Rienner Publishers, Boulder 2008.

• Hew D. (ed.), Brick by Brick: The Building of an ASEAN Economic Community, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore 2007.

• SarDesai D., Southeast Asia: Past and Present, Westview Press 2013 (seventh edition).

• Wan Ming, The Political Economy of East Asia: Striving for Wealth and Power, CQ Press, Washington 2008.

• Chi Lo, Understanding China's Growth Forces that Drive China's Economic Future, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2007;

• F. Gerard Adams, East Asia, Globalization, and the New Economy, Abingdon, Routledge 2006;

• The Emergence of Modern Southeast Asia. A New History (edited by Norman G. Owen), Singapore: Singapore University Press, 2005;

• Electronic statistical databases: ADB, APEC, ASEAN, IMF, World Bank, UNDP.

Opisy przedmiotów w USOS i USOSweb są chronione prawem autorskim.
Właścicielem praw autorskich jest Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie.