By Joel Kotkin and Yoriko Kishimoto
Argues that the future of American business in the Far East lies in building partnerships with the growing Asian economies.
“If you want to learn how ethnic networks can work to their members’ advantage. Kotkin has literally written the book, and done it well.”
“Revealing. . . . Kotkin’s theme is that ethnic groups seeking economic gain can do good. The tribes Kotkin has in mind are those that combine an enduring ethnic identity with a cosmopolitan outlook and a passion for knowledge.”
“A challenging analysis of how the world really works.”