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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John A Mathews; Tong-sŏng Cho
|Description:||xxiii, 389 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||pt. I. The 'Real' East Asian Miracle. 1. Tiger Chips: The Rise of East Asia in the Global Semiconductor Industry. 2. Technology Leverage as Latecomer Strategy --
pt. II. National Institutional Pathways. 3. The Tangun Boom and the Chaebol: How Korea Did it. 4. A Cat Can Look at a King: How Taiwan Did it. 5. Jack and the Beanstalk: How Singapore and Malaysia are Doing it --
pt. III. The Technology Leverage Strategy. 6. East Asian Semiconductor Industries: National Strategies and Sustainability. 7. Limits to Technology Leverage Strategies. 8. National Systems of Economic Learning: Lessons from East Asia. App. I. Exchange Rates: 1975-97.
|Series Title:||Cambridge Asia-Pacific studies.|
|Responsibility:||John A. Mathews, Dong-Sung Cho.|
'The rise of the microelectronic industry in Korea, Taiwan and Singapore has played a significant role on their upsurges as economic powers in the world landscape. This book provides a comprehensive