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Reflections on industrial research in the developing countries of Asia and Far East.

A. Sundralingam

Reflections on industrial research in the developing countries of Asia and Far East.

by A. Sundralingam

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Published by UNIDO in [New York] .
Written in English


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SeriesD -- 04544, ID/WG -- 132/11
ContributionsUnited Nations. Industrial Development Organization.
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL13775014M

Papers and Proceedings pp. 97– Determinants of Industrial Growth in South Asia: Evidence from Panel Data Analysis ZARA EJAZ, ULLAH, and MUHAMMAD USMAN KHAN Industrial growth is imperative for socio-economic development of a state. Did China follow the East Asian development model? Andrea Boltho1 Maria Weber 2 3 Abstract China is located in East Asia and, just as Japan, Taiwan or (South) Korea at earlier stages of their development, has now grown very rapidly for some three decades. That is not enough, however, for it to qualify for membership of the Size: KB.

miracle.”1 Data on the rates of growth of real output and inputs of the East Asian developing economies and the G-5 countries are presented in Table An examination of Table reveals that the developing economies of East Asia, again with the exception of Philippines, have also had very high rates of growth in their inputs. East Asia’s remarkable development riding the globalization wave is well encapsulated in the fact that per capita GNP in these economies grew on average by more than percent annually from to ; this rate is well more than twice the average rate for other developing countries and for the OECD countries, each group.

standards of living that separate the rich countries of the world, such as the United States, Great Britain, and Germany, from the poor, such as those in sub-Saharan Africa, Central America, and South Asia. As we write this preface, North Africa and the Middle East have been shaken by the “Arab Spring” started by the. In particular, generations of British monarchs and merchants (e.g., the British East India Co.) helped create for England the world's largest textile market, cotton supply chains and trading networks that kick-started the original Industrial Revolution. Today, developing nations no longer have such "privilege" or the time to nurture such a.


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Ap — The outlook for developing East Asia is expected to remain broadly positive% in and % in driven by robust domestic demand and a gradual recovery in the global economy and commodity prices. K Ali Akkemik received his PhD in international development from Nagoya University (Japan) in He joined the Department of Economics at Baskent University, Ankara, Turkey in October Ali Akkemik has published several articles, delivered several lectures, and written book chapters about industrial policies, structural changes, and productivity in East Asia and Turkey.

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Industrialization in East Asia and East Africa 5 As far as developing countries are to be concerned, their most important advantages are presently composed of the five crucial factors such as natural resource endowment, labor, capital, technology and the market capacities with the lastFile Size: KB.

The main contribution of this book to the debate is two-fold: (i) the description of industrial policies and emphasizing the differences of Singapore with respect to the other three and (ii) quantifying the impacts of industrial policies on the respective economies.

In the latter case, a major contribution was the CGE model of the Singapore. A combination of adversities—a slowdown in growth in the industrial countries that were the principal markets for the world's exports, worsening terms of trade for exporters of primary commodities, and the failure of many developing countries to adjust promptly to disturbances—heightened the financing needs of countries in Asia, Africa, the.

By far the most important source of economic growth of the East Asian newly industrialized countries is capital accumulation, accounting for between 48 and 72% of their economic growth, in. exports.

To begin with, the Far Eastern NICs, which had the highest GDP growth rates, attained much more rapid rates of export expansion than comparable developing countries elsewhere. This is apparent from table 1, which provides data on nonfuel exports for these four countries, for the countries of Southeast Asia, and for the three large.

It is in the context of industrialization that openness played an important role in East Asia’s success, i.e., the connection between “export-led growth” (the relaxation of the balance-of-payments constraint on foreign exchange) and industrialization.

Part 1 of the paper documents the extent of structural transformation in developing : Jesus Felipe. Four economic tigers exist within this region- Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, and South Korea- marked by increased involvement in sophisticated secondary level production and export oriented industrialization which helps them integrate into the world economy.

Japan, Singapore. The developing counties benefit from such policies, and the developed countries have gained from it across time (Altenburg, ). In the United States, the Internet, satellite technology, and various forms of transportation benefit from industrial policy. The East Asian economy has been growing fast in recent years, and environmental stresses are building up rapidly.

Transboundary air pollution, water shortages, drinking water contamination, freshwater and marine pollution, deforestation, climatic disasters, and other environmental problems are becoming serious threats to the well-being of people in this densely populated by: 7.

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Introduction The most successful developing countries over the last half century have come from East Asia. In the early nineties the World Bank published a very influential book attempting to explain this” East Asian Miracle” (World Bank, ).

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Drawing on case studies from East and Southeast Asia (Stein, ), this paper will begin to construct a new approach. 4 The focus of the studies is on the most successful countries in the region and on the policies responsible for rapid industrializationFile Size: KB.

manpower for the East Asia countries until as late as the mids. Natural Resource Endowments While it is true that East Asian countries were very poorly endowed with land, it is not obvious that the SSA countries were particularly disadvantaged in this regard (that is well-endowed with land, according to the resource curse thesis).File Size: KB.

Introduction. 1 The Asian newly industrialized economies (NIE's), namely Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan are attracting world-wide attention for five layers of reasons. There is quasi-unanimity in recognizing them as success stories in industrial development and economic growth.

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This research report focuses on the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The Fourth Industrial Revolution refers to a set of highly disruptive technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, blockchain and 3D printing, that are transforming social, economic and political systems and placing pressure on leaders and.

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Section VI concludes the paper with a discussion of the applicability of East Asia’s development expe-riences to other developing countries. II. Cited by: 1. What Explains the Industrial Revolution in East Asia?

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