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PATTERNS OF TECHNOLOGY ADAPTATION
INSTITUTIONAL AND POLICY ENVIRONMENTS
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ADCs adopted ancillary firms application of technology ASEAN Asian Developing Countries Asian Development Bank assessment and application assimilation automobile industry BPPT capital cent comparative advantage competitive domestic Dutch Disease Electrical engineering equipment export followed by Thailand foreign technology four countries growth human resources import-substituting industrialization imported technologies India and Indonesia indigenous technological capability indigenous technologies Indonesia industrial policies industrial technology capability international market Japan Japanese automobile industry Korea Standards Korea Technology labor-intensive technologies liberal technology machinery manufacturing measures Ministry of Science modes of technology NIEs Oshima particularly promotion R&D activities R&D expenditure Relative Resource Repelita Republic of Korea Research Institute Revealed Comparative Advantage Science and Technology Selected Asian Developing Seoul source of technology strategies technical technology acquisition technology development technology experts technology import policies technology transfer technology-intensive Textile trade transferred technologies United unskilled labor-intensive upgrading World Bank World Development