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New Thinking on Old Themes
Technical Change in the Third World
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Accordingly activities analysis argued Brazil Buenos Aires capital goods sector causal cent choice of technique comparative advantage competition conceptual conceptualisation conclusion Corden cost-benefit analysis Dahlman dependency theory diffusion discussion domestic economic growth economists effects efficient emerged empirical examination example firms foreign technology Fransman free trade Furthermore Hong Kong import substitution imported technology improvements incentives incremental industrialised countries industrialised Third World infant industries influence innovations inputs intervention involved Japan Japanese Kaplinsky Katz Krueger labour Lall learning-by-doing less developed countries literature machine machinery manufacturing MITI necessary neo-Schumpeterian neoclassical economics noted organisational output paradigm problem process of economic process of technical protection question reason relatively result role Rosenberg 1982 shadow prices social South Korea strategy studies suggested survey Taiwan technical change technological capabilities technological change technological knowledge technology exports Third World countries total factor productivity transfer uncertainty Westphal X-Efficiency