Taiwan in the 21st Century: Aspects and Limitations of a Development Model

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Robert F. Ash, J. Megan Greene
Routledge, 2007 - History - 279 pages

Throughout the twentieth century Taiwan was viewed as a model - whether in terms of a model colony, a model China or a development model. This perception was based on the notion of Taiwan undergoing an economic miracle and political developments. Yet much of Taiwan‚€™s history is unique and may not be readily replicable elsewhere.



Written by an impressive line up of contributors from the US, UK, Taiwan, France and Hong Kong, this book analyzes Taiwan‚€™s economic and political achievements, and asks whether it is possible to identify through the experience of a single nation ‚€“ Taiwan ‚€“ the makings of a replicable model.



This book will appeal to students and scholars of Taiwan, political economy, and Asia-Pacific regional development issues.

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Contents

Economic life in mainland China and Taiwan and the rise of
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Lessons for the 21st century
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Stability with growth
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Robert Ash is Professor of Economics at the School of Oriental and African Studies, UK.

J. Megan Greene is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Kansas, USA

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