The Economic Development of Northeast Asia, Volume 1
Edward Elgar Pub., Jan 1, 2002 - East Asia - 2400 pages
'This is a real doorstep of a collection. the four volumes contain over 70 reprinted articles and chapters of books, many of them individually of the first importance. . . new libraries lacking good runs of journals may well find the collection attractive.' - Eric Jones, Business History Economic growth in Northeast Asia during the last 50 years has, by any standards, been remarkable. This major four-volume set draws together some of the most influential papers published on the growth and industrial transformation of the economies of Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
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