Export-oriented Industrialization in Developing Countries
NUS Press, 1987 - Business & Economics - 467 pages
This study describes and analyses in depth the transformation taking place in world manufacturing industry and its impact on the economies of newly industrialising countries.
In Part One, the causes and characteristics of export-oriented industrialisation are studied, often using world-wide cross-country analyses. Trade policies and export strategies underlying such industrialisation processes get much attention.
Part Two mainly deals with the domestic preconditions for and consequences of export-oriented manufacturing production, on the basis of detailed case studies of seven East and South-East Asian countries.
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Causes and Characteristics of ExportOriented
THE EXPORT ORIENTATION OF
THE COMPOSITION OF THE EXPORT SECTOR
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
Gains from ExportOriented Industrialization With Special
THE PATTERN OF INTERDEPENDENCE AMONG
FRAMEWORK OF THE INDIVIDUAL COUNTRY
THE CASE OF THAILAND
THE CASE OF SOUTH KOREA
THE CASE OF TAIWAN
THE CASE OF MALAYSIA
THE CASE OF SINGAPORE
CROSSCOUNTRY SUMMARY OF FINDINGS