3 edition of Industrial restructuring and enhancement of international competitiveness in Asian countries found in the catalog.
Industrial restructuring and enhancement of international competitiveness in Asian countries
by Institute of Developing Economies Advanced School, Japan External Trade Organization in Japan
Written in English
Microfiche. Jakarta : Library of Congress Office ; Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 2010. 3 microfiches. Master Microform held by: DLC.
|Contributions||Japan External Trade Organization.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2006/50304 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||2006314925|
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Industrial Restructuring in Asia: Implications of the Global Economic Crisis is an attempt to examine the impact of the global economic crisis of on the industrial structure in Asia. Although the crisis did not originate in Asia, Asian economies and financial markets felt its impact, which is likely to deepen significantly in the coming years.
Manufacturing Competitiveness in Asia: How Internationally Competitive National Firms and Industries Developed in East Asia (Routledge Studies in the Growth Economies of Asia Book 48) - Kindle edition by K. S., Jomo, Jomo K. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Manufacturing Manufacturer: Routledge. other countries in the region. There exists decent scholarship on high value-added service exports and technology transfers offered to developing countries by the Asian dragons; and it would have been justified to incorporate their experiences in this book to enhance the importance of continuous industrial.
Asia that put nations on different industrial upgrading trajectories are explored. The fifth section of the paper identifies several main upgrading approaches in apparel. Industrial upgrading in the Asian context involves the process of building, extending, coordinating, and completing international Cited by: Description; Chapters; Reviews; Authors; Supplementary.
Drawing on the studies by the Asia Competitiveness Institute (ACI) at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP), National University of Singapore (NUS), this book titled Balanced, Sustainable and Competitiveness Enhancement Study for Vietnam: A Critical Evaluation with Development Potentials, which is a joint.
INDUSTRIAL COMPETITIVENESS AND OPENNESS OF ECONOMIES IN AFRICA AND ASIA: AN INTRODUCTION. Frank L. BARTELS; Nobuya HARAGUCHI; Hiroshi Kan SATO; Anders ISAKSSON; Tatsufumi YAMAGATA; Pages: ; First Published: 02 September Industrial Restructuring in Asia: Implications of the Global Economic Crisis examines the impact of the global economic crisis of on the industrial structure in Asia.
Although the crisis did not originate in Asia, Asian economies and financial markets felt its impact. Industrial Restructuring in Asia: International Bibliography of Book.
diminutive size of the trade union movement and the underdeveloped system of industrial relations in most countries. activate the industrial sector in crisis-hit countries.
The Japanese gov-ernment for its part was proposing for a more conventional approach, favouring industrial policy on the basis of the concept of ‘international competitiveness’, in order to restructure major manufacturing indus-tries in general, and export-oriented industries in.
From theory development view, process nature of competitiveness is emerging to be promising. Whether pragmatic definitions across developed countries (e.g., OECD) or researchers (e.g., Fagerberg.
In addition to the issues of financial system restructuring, export-led recovery, crony capitalism, and competitiveness in Asian manufacturing, it examines six key Asian economies—China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, and Thailand.
The book makes clear that. ness of the culture industry and the main industrial competitiveness situation from the national level . Cheshire et al started from the research on the theo-retical basis of the industrial clusters and models, and presented the competitiveness evaluation model on the regional comparative advantages of the Japanese culture industry .
Korean Dramas and Films: Key Factors for Their International Competitiveness Article (PDF Available) in Asian Journal of Social Science 41(2) May with 7, Reads How we measure.
Industrial restructuring is a striking feature of the economic landscape in Europe today. However, patterns of restructuring vary from one country to another and across sectors. Downsizing, outsourcing and layoffs are still part of the traditional response to the fragile economic climate and uncertainties.
PDF e-book files for this publication are available as detailed below. Industrial Restructuring in ASEAN and Japan: An Overview [Whole Publication, ISBN: ] USD USD. Since the East Asian ‘miracle’ study (World Bank a; see chapter 1 in this volume), there has been greater attention to the role of the state in nurturing international competitiveness.
The East Asian economic performance has sharply contrasted with the generally poorer performance of other industrial and developing by: 7.
Abstract. The iron and steel industry occupies a significant part of the national economy. In this paper, multi-level grey correlation analysis method is applied to evaluate and analyze the international competitiveness of the iron and steel industry among four Asian iron and steel producing countries: China, Japan, South Korea, and India, by cross-sectional data of the years.
historian, Professor Angus Maddison, the Asian economy accounted for nearly 60 percent of the global GDP before the Industrial Revolution which began in the late 18th century (Chart 1). However, as the Western economies have enjoyed much higher growth since then, the share of the Asian economies has followed a downward path from that high of 60 percent, to as low as just over 10 percent by the File Size: KB.
This book covers trade and industrial structures for ten countries and regions including Japan, China, Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand.
The author addresses the comparative advantages and trade similarity indices of Asian economies from regional and global perspectives. Manufacturing Competitiveness in Asia touches on many important themes and issues and as such will be of great interest to students, academics and policy-makers involved in industrial economics, international trade and Asian by: 7.
East Asian states intervene actively to promote international competitiveness of their economies, and state-state rivalry is strong Greater competition between East Asian countries is forcing governments to keep up with their neighbours in terms of improvements in their business environment and in their physical and human infrastructureLessons are drawn from the experience of some European and Asian countries.
This book will be of interest to economists, political scientists, and business researchers concerned with the place of the manufacturing sector in overall health of the U.S. economy, with issues of industrial policy and industrial restructuring, and with the conditions for rising standards of by: Fuelled by the inauguration of the Kim Young Sam government, segyehwa, the discourse on Korea's drive toward globalization, openly discussed enhancement of Korea's international competitiveness in a global market and its critical role in the international arena.
Around that point in time, Korean big business appeared to spread proactively from the corporation itself, through the industry, to the .