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East Asian development [electronic resource] : will the East Asian growth miracle survive? / edited by F. Gerard Adams and Shinichi Ichimura.

Contributor(s): Adams, F. Gerard (Francis Gerard), 1929-2011 | Ichimura, Shin�ichi, 1925- | International Centre for the Study of East Asian Development.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 1998Description: 1 online resource (viii, 218 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9780313028410 (electronic bk.); 0313028419 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): East Asia -- Economic conditions -- Congresses | Saving and investment -- Asia -- Congresses | Investments, Foreign -- East Asia -- Congresses | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Economic Conditions | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Economics -- Comparative | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Economic Conditions | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Economic History | Economische ontwikkeling | Technische ontwikkeling | Buitenlandse investeringen | Wirtschaftsentwicklung | Ostasien | Kitakyushu <1996>Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: East Asian development.DDC classification: 330.95 Other classification: 83.33 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
The East Asian development ladder / F. Gerard Adams -- Globalization and economic development / Mitsuo Ezaki -- The sources of East Asian economic growth / Lawrence J. Lau -- The stages of technical progress / Mitsuo Saito -- On the myth of Asia's miracle / Shigeyuki Abe and Michael G. Plummer -- East Asian saving patterns in a global context / Robert F. Wescott -- Asian saving / Frank Harrigan -- Japan's foreign direct investment in East Asia / Kazuhiko Ishida -- Export propensities and foreign ownership share in Southeast Asian manufacturing / Eric D. Ramstetter -- The 1997 East Asian crisis / F. Gerard Adams and Heidi Vernon.
Summary: East Asia's rapid economic growth and the crisis of 1997 have caught the world's attention. As the Asian miracle has turned to meltdown, the critical question has become whether growth will resume. Based on research and conferences at ICSEAD in Kitakyushu, Japan, this book brings together the work of Asian economic development experts. It considers the forces behind the East Asian growth miracle, the process of growth, the effect of saving, and the effect of foreign direct investment and multinationals. Taking an optimistic view, the authors conclude that rapid growth may resume in East Asia o.
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Articles from the most recent of a series of economic study workshops concerned with macroeconomics and policy for East Asian development held at ICSEAD in Kitakyushu in November 1996.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The East Asian development ladder / F. Gerard Adams -- Globalization and economic development / Mitsuo Ezaki -- The sources of East Asian economic growth / Lawrence J. Lau -- The stages of technical progress / Mitsuo Saito -- On the myth of Asia's miracle / Shigeyuki Abe and Michael G. Plummer -- East Asian saving patterns in a global context / Robert F. Wescott -- Asian saving / Frank Harrigan -- Japan's foreign direct investment in East Asia / Kazuhiko Ishida -- Export propensities and foreign ownership share in Southeast Asian manufacturing / Eric D. Ramstetter -- The 1997 East Asian crisis / F. Gerard Adams and Heidi Vernon.

East Asia's rapid economic growth and the crisis of 1997 have caught the world's attention. As the Asian miracle has turned to meltdown, the critical question has become whether growth will resume. Based on research and conferences at ICSEAD in Kitakyushu, Japan, this book brings together the work of Asian economic development experts. It considers the forces behind the East Asian growth miracle, the process of growth, the effect of saving, and the effect of foreign direct investment and multinationals. Taking an optimistic view, the authors conclude that rapid growth may resume in East Asia o.

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