For the past three decades, Confucian Asia has been known as a
region of wonders. More successfully than any other region in the
world, it has expanded its national economies, and integrated those
into the global economy. To the rest of the world, this region
offers the lesson that poor countries, even with limited natural
resources, can achieve rapid economic development and social
modernization. To this day, policymakers and scholars have focused
on the question of why Confucian Asia has prospered, while other
regions have not. Consequently, little is known about how such
economic expansion and globalization have affected the quality of
citizens lives in the region. This volume, with quality of life in
Confucian Asia as its main theme, is the first of its kind seeking
to unravel the dynamics and sources of citizen well-being, and to
analyze the problems of building nations of well-being in this
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