Taiwan In The Global Economy: From An Agrarian Economy To An Exporter Of High-tech Products by Peter C. Y. Chow

Taiwan In The Global Economy: From An Agrarian Economy To An Exporter Of High-tech Products

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Hardcover | March 1, 2002

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A role model for late industrializing countries, Taiwan provides unique and interesting development lessons for third world countries. Once a poverty-stricken, resource-poor, technologically backward nation, Taiwan has become the hub of a global production network in many high tech industries with increasing significance in the world economy. In ten outstanding essays, written by highly respected economists, this book analyzes Taiwan's postwar economic development path, providing a valuable case study of its structural transformation from a labor-intensive to a technology-intensive economy. The book addresses three major topics. First it recaptures the lessons of Taiwan's experience. Then it considers the role of foreign investment on structural transformation and globalization. Finally, it examines Taiwan's economy in a global perspective, evaluating its role in the world market from the past to the future and its evolution from a colony to a newly industrialized country.

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Title:Taiwan In The Global Economy: From An Agrarian Economy To An Exporter Of High-tech ProductsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:312 pages, 9.48 × 6.28 × 1.14 inPublished:March 1, 2002Publisher:Praeger PublishersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0275970795

ISBN - 13:9780275970796

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?This tidy collection deals with the evolution of Taiwan's economic success in the context of its history and geographical location and the mutually positive cumulative process of economic progress and maturation along with Japan, South Korea, and China....Recommended for professional libraries and academic collections, upper-division undergraduate and up.??Choice