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|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Masahiko Aoki; Masahiro Okuno-Fujiwara; Hyung-Ki Kim; Oxford University Press.
|ISBN:||0198294913 9780198294917 1280814918 9781280814914|
|Description:||1 online resource (432 pages)|
|Contents:||Introduction ; 1. Beyond The East Asian Miracle: Introducing the Market Enhancing View ; PART I. MARKET FAILURES AND GOVERNMENT ACTIVISM ; 2. The Role of Government in Economic Development: Some Observations from the Experience of China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan ; 3. The Government-Firm Relationship in Postwar Japanese Economic Recovery: Coordinating the Coordination Failure in Industrial Rationalization ; 4. The Role of Government in Acquiring Technological Capability: The Case of the Petrochemical Industry in East Asia ; 5. Economic Development as Coordination Problems ; PART II. THE MARKET-ENHANCING VIEW ; 6. Financial Restraint: Toward a New Paradigm ; 7. Government Intervention, Rent Distribution, and Economic Development in Korea ; 8. Unintended Fit: Organizational Evolution and Government Design of Institutions in Japan ; 9. Institutions, State Activism, and Economic Development: A Comparison of State-Owned vs. Township-Village Enterprises in China ; PART III. THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT-PRIVATE INTERACTIONS ; 10. Sectoral Resource Transfer, Conflict, and Macrostability in Economic Development: A Comparative Analysis ; 11. The Political Economy of Growth in East Asia: A Perspective on the State, Market, and Ideology ; 12. Rents and Development in Multiethnic Malaysia Jomo K.S. and Terence Gomez ; 13. Toward a Comparative Institutional Analysis of the Government Business Relationship|
This volume will certainly gain empathy from those social scientists who are keenly aware of the importance of institutions and histories as key determinants of economic development. The volume is