Asia's Next Giant South Korea and Late Industrialization
Edition: 1989 (Reprint)
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Description: While much attention has been focused on Japan's meteoric rise as an economic power, South Korea has been quietly emerging as the next industrial giant to penetrate the world market. South Korea is one of a series of countries (ranging from Taiwan, India, Brazil, and Turkey, to Mexico, and including Japan) to have succeeded through borrowing foreign technology rather than by generating new products or processes. Describing such countries as `late-industrializers,' Amsden demonstrates why South Korea has become the most successful of this group.
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Copyright year: 1989
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/9/1992
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.00" long x 0.75" tall
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|a History of Backwardness|
|the Abcs of Japanese and Korean Accumulation|
|the Dynamics of Growth|
|the Spiraling of Market Power|
|Getting Relative Prices """"Wrong"""": a Summary|
|the Rise of Salaried Engineers: Automobile Manufacturing|
|the Paradox of """"Unlimited"""" Labor and Rising Wages|
|the Boom in Education|
|the Switch in Industrial Leadership|
|the World's Largest Shipbuilder|
|the Triumph of Steel|
|from Learner to Teacher|