Achieving Industrialization in East Asia
Cambridge University Press, Nov 10, 1988 - Business & Economics - 377 pages
This book examines the economic success of the industrializing economies of East Asia. Judged in terms of economic growth, or by a combination of economic and welfare criteria, this group of East Asian countries has established a clear lead over other developing areas of the world.
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Alternative Views of East Asia
3 The Role of Trade Policies in the Industrialization of Rapidly Growing Asian Developing Countries
4 The Role of Foreign Capital in East Asian Industrialization Growth and Development
Taiwan Republic of Korea and Japan
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7 Ideology and Industrialization in India and East Asia
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