1 edition of Industrial policies in East Asia found in the catalog.
Industrial policies in East Asia
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|Statement||edited by Seiichi Masuyama, Donna Vandenbrink, Chia Siow Yue.|
|Contributions||Masuyama, Seiichi., Vandenbrink, Donna., Chia, Siow Yue., Nomura Sōgō Kenkyūjo., Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.|
|LC Classifications||HD3616.E183 I53 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||325 p. :|
|Number of Pages||325|
|ISBN 10||9813055472, 9813055685|
|LC Control Number||97945725|
The Political Economy of Industrial Policy in Asia and Latin America have apparently assisted industrial catching up in East Asia, and b) some countries political constraints in order to allow implementation of even limited industrial policies. In both cases, the long-run . This lucid and informative book analyzes the problem of clusters in transition through studies of agglomerations at different stages of development in various East Asian countries. The contributors reconsider industrial cluster policy within a more dynamic and long-term framework, and explore how regional transformations can bring new insights.
Industrial Policy: Definition and Theoretical Underpinnings. The Objectives of Industrial Policy. Instruments of Industrial Policy. Competition policy. Trade policy. Tax and financial sector policies. Labor market policies. Technology policies. Foreign investment policies. Summary and Conclusion. The book assesses the evolving experience with industrial policies, in the forms implemented by individual countries in the region, examines in depth how the Chinese experience meshes with those of other economies in the region - a dimension absent in the " East Asian Miracle " - and, the rich evidence from the s, casts new light on the.
No. 3. “How Asia Works,” by Joe Studwell. If you want to read about the recent history of successful industrial policies, this is the place to start. Drawing on a variety of sources, Studwell. An industrial policy (IP) or industrial strategy of a country is its official strategic effort to encourage the development and growth of all or part of the economy, Industrial policies are interventionist measures typical of mixed economy countries. Paths of Industrialization in Latin America and East Asia.
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Industrial policy in East Asia: in search for lessons (English) Abstract. One of the most debated questions in the development literature is the role of government intervention in East Asia.
This paper summarizes the debate on East Asian industrial policy. Due to the wealth of literature on this topic, this paper does not attempt Cited by: 8. Industrial policy was not the key to the rapid growth that Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan experienced in the second half of the 20th century.
Benefits from the promotion of specific sectors and activities were modest at best, and they came with two unintended side effects: encouragement of corruption and discouragement of skill acquisition by the financial system.
Chapter 3 Industrial Policy in MENA: Lessons from East Asia Efforts to stimulate private sector growth and jobs in MENA have often taken the form of active industrial policies with, however, limited evidence of success and many instances where policies have been captured by only a few Size: KB.
Drawing on a wide range of expertise, this volume addresses fundamental issues surrounding industrialization in Southeast Asia, which are particularly pressing now that the region's miracle has been transformed into a debacle, and the world seeks to draw lessons from the experience.
The. The book introduces evaluation not on tariffs but on new trade instruments such as non-tariff measures (SPS, TBT, export measures and beyond border measures), and looks at industrial policies from a broader perspective such as investment, accessing inputs, labour, services, research and innovation policies.
About the Book. 7 The (Slow) Return of Industrial Policies in Latin America and the Caribbean; 8 Flying Geese Industrial policies in East Asia book Waddling Ducks: The Different Capabilities of East Asia and Latin America to ‘Demand‐Adapt’ and ‘Supply‐Upgrade’ their Export Productive Capacity; 9 Microeconomic Evolution in High Uncertainty Contexts: The Manufacturing Sector in Argentina.
This may explain why import/GDP ratios in East Asian economies increased to much higher levels than in Latin America, even in the more protected Korean and Taiwanese economies. Benefits and costs. In spite of East Asia’s remarkable economic performance, the net benefits of industrial policies targeting certain favored sectors are uncertain.
Industrial policy has long been a controversial issue among researchers and policymakers. Proponents of industrial policy, including early development economists like Hirschman (), Nurkse (), and Rosenstein-Rodan (), argue that big push-type policy to promote industrial development is central to economic nts argue that such interventionist policy will distort markets, Author: Yuki Higuchi, Go Shimada.
One of the most debated questions in the development literature is the role of government intervention in East Asia, especially the role of industrial policy, and its relevance to developing countries.
The concept of industrial policy is defined and its evolution in East Asia is examined. Four areas. Today East Asia is the richest part of the world outside the old industrial centres of Western Europe and North America.
Despite political authoritarianism, human rights violations, corruption, repression of labour unions, gender discrimination and mistreatment of ethnic minorities, the citizens of the East Asian economies have experienced improvements in income and general well-being.
Book Description. Against the backdrop of growing anti-globalisation sentiments and increasing fragmentation of the production process across countries, this book addresses how the Indonesian economy should respond and how Indonesia should shape its trade and industrial policies in this new world trade environment.
Book The Practice of Industrial Policy Government–Business Coordination in Africa and East Asia. This is an open access title available under the terms of a CC BY-NC-SA IGO licence. It is free to read at Oxford Scholarship Online and offered as a free PDF download from OUP and selected open access locations.
and monitor policies to. Much of the information relevant to policy formulation for industrial development is held by the private sector, not by public officials. There is, therefore, fairly broad agreement in the development literature that some form of structured engagement—often referred to as close or strategic coordination—between the public and private sectors is needed, to assist in the design of.
The Practice of Industrial Policy Government—Business Coordination in Africa and East Asia Edited by John Page and Finn Tarp WIDER Studies in Development Economics. Explains how the relationship between the state and the business community has evolved in Asia and Africa.
Industrial policies, aimed at affecting Greenwald and I titled our recent book Creating a Learning Society (a, East Asia carried out industrial policies when their incomes were far lower than they are today, and where their institutional development was much more limited. East Asia is changing and students need to grasp the new dynamics that shape politics and society across the region.
This collection of essays by respected scholars examines the impact of development at the societal, national, and international levels on the conduct of politics in East : Paperback.
The Fragile Foundations of the Southeast Asian Miracle: Relocative Capital, the Proliferation of Capitalism and Industrial Growth-- asekhar & Southeast Asia's Ersatz Miracle: The Dubious Sustainability of Its Growth and Industrialization-- The Role of the Government in Singapore's Industrialization-- Most East Asian governments have pursued sector-specific industrial policies to some degrce.
The best-known instances include Japan's heavy industry promotion policies of the s and the subsequent imitation of these policies in Korea. These policies included import protection as well as subsidies for capital and other imported input.
This paper examines three types of industrialization that have occurred in East Asia: the Japanese, Chinese and generic Asian models.
Industrial policies in Japan and the Republic of Korea (ROK) initially protected local companies from foreign investors by imposing high tariffs on foreign investors.
The recent rise of anti-globalisation calls for a better integration in East Asia. How should East Asia manage its openness. This book provides profound analyses on rules of origins, non-tariff measures, restrictiveness in services and investment. It gives insight into how East Asian countries should shape its trade, investment and industrial.
A valuable resource for researchers, urban planners, urban geographers, and policy makers interested in East Asia, Post-Industrial East Asian Cities presents the latest findings on creative industries in East Asia and their effect on economic by: Industrial Policy in East Asia: The Challenge of Globalisation.
Dissertation, ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US.Their economic success have served as role models for many developing countries, especially the Tiger Cub Economies of southeast Asia. Inthe World Bank report The East Asian Miracle credited neoliberal policies to have caused the economic boom, including the maintenance of export-oriented policies, low taxes, and minimal welfare l meaning: Asia's Four Little Dragons.