About this series
Managing the Asian Century provides a platform for scholastic discussions and stresses the need for a holistic framework to understand Asia as an emerging economic global powerhouse. Books published in this series cover Asia-centric topics in economics, production, marketing, finance, entrepreneurship, education, culture, technology, as well as other areas of importance to Asian economics. The series publishes edited volumes based on papers submitted to international and regional conferences that focus on specific Asia-Pacific themes, such as investment in education, women’s rights, entrepreneurship, climate change, wage inequality, challenges in governance, and corruption. Books in this series are of keen interest to researchers and policy planners around the world and will be used by universities for graduate and doctoral level studies.