There has been a remarkable shift towards neoliberalism in Asia in the last two decades. ‘Neoliberalism and Asian Development’ examines how this has been expressed in different ways. Far from being a uniform process, different nations have found unique ways of participating in an increasingly global economy. Neoliberal ideas have been adapted to very different political-economic systems as is illustrated with reference to Japan, China, and India. The different forms neoliberalism has taken in Asia shatters the myth that neoliberalism necessarily comes only in an Anglo-American form.