Asian Studies Partnership:
Business and Economic Relationships with Asia
Since the Asian Economic Crisis

 

Introduction

With the ever-increasing growth of Asian economies, and the impacts and roles that Asian countries are playing in the global economy, today’s college and university students will need knowledge and preparation to relate to the various Asian and Pacific business environments.  This Asian Studies Partnership will concentrate on collecting resources that help fill those needs, ranging from works that describe the business and economic landscape of the region since the Asian Economic Crisis, to works that prepare students to communicate effectively, in both linguistic and cultural contexts.  The partnership will also incorporate social and political aspects that will undoubtedly shape the economic picture of the region and the world, particularly including the relationships of religions to culture and the possibilities for peace throughout the region [...full project description]

Participants

College of DuPage Library -- Asian Economic Topics: India, Japan, and the Pacific Islands

DePaul University Libraries -- China: Marketing and Consumer Behavior

Holman Library, McKendree College -- Japan, China, Korea: International Business Relations within Selected Industries

Milner Library, Illinois State University * -- Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand: Economic and Business Culture Topics

Oesterle Library, North Central College -- Language and Communications in China and Japan

Founders Memorial Library, Northern Illinois University -- Peace, Politics, and Religious and Cultural Studies in Southeast Asia

* Host library contact: Ted Schwitzner