Asia-Pac J Reg Sci (2018) 2:79–82 https://doi.org/10.1007/s41685-018-0086-0 PREFACE Special issue (part II) on economic analysis of law, politics, and regions Moriki Hosoe Published online: 25 May 2018 © The Japan Section of the Regional Science Association International 2018 This issue (part II) follows the special issue “Economic Analysis of Law, Politics, and Regions” in Vol. 1 No. 2 of APJRS. This project was realized by the interests and contributions of many researchers. As for legal realms, there are international debates on issues of antitrust law, environmental law, international law, etc. Legal reform is always up for discussion. In many countries, the political systems are also different. These differences may influence not only the political performance, but also economic performance of each country. Therefore to investigate the degree of political centralization and regulation in Asian-Pacific regions from the point of regional development will is significantly useful. This special issue of APJRS consists of two parts. The first part, focused on politi - cal economics and legal analysis, is composed of five papers. India is characterized by a unique federal system. Chakraborty and Chakraborty (2018) examine economic convergence across States in India by incorporating federal fiscal asymmetries and differentials in gross fixed capital formation at
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