8 edition of The East Asian Miracle found in the catalog.
September 30, 1993
by A World Bank Policy Research Report
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||406|
The Economic Journal, (July), 0Royal Economic Society Published by Blackwell Publishers, Cowley Road, Oxford OX4 lJF, UKand Main Street, Malden, MA , USA. THE ASIAN MIRACLE AND MODERN GROWTH. But for me and people like me, the East Asian economic miracle poses a serious challenge: the greatest anti-poverty program in history involved not just a lot of capitalism, but a ton of state intervention as well. The history of East Asian economic growth in the last half of the twentieth century is a history of academics and the World Bank.
Kuchiki, Akifumi & Matsui, Kazuhisa, "[Book review] "The East Asian Miracle: Economic Growth and Public Policy by the World Bank"," The Developing Economies, Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization(JETRO), vol. 32(3), pages , September. Related Regions: East Asia and Pacific. Related Countries: Singapore, Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of. Related Topics: Industry, Private Sector Development, Information and Communication Technologies, Macroeconomics and Economic Growth.
Buy The East Asian Development Experience: The Miracle, the Crisis and the Future 1 by Chang, Ha-Joon (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Reviews: 5. “The East Asian Miracle: Economic Growth and Public Policy,” Oxford Univ. Press for the World Bank, Oxford. † The author gratefully acknowledges helpful comments from Hirohisa Kohama and Juro Teranishi.
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The East Asian Miracle book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The extraordinary growth enjoyed over the last several decades by m /5. The East Asian Miracle: Economic Growth and Public Policy (World Bank Policy Research Report) by The World Bank (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings/5(4).
The book provides history and background of how ASEAN came about in the 2nd half of the 20th century, which was insightful as this was rarely discussed in Singapore's education system. As for how ASEAN is a catalyst of peace, the authors explains it from /5. Eight countries in East Asia–Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia–have become known as the “East Asian miracle” because of.
The East Asian Miracle: Economic Growth and Public Policy (World Bank Policy Research Reports) | The World Bank | download | B–OK. Download The East Asian Miracle book for free. Find books. This book examines the public policies of the eight high-performing Asian economies (HPAEs) from to that led to faster economic growth than any other part of the world.
The countries discussed are Japan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand. In this book, Ha-Joon Chang provides a fresh analysis of this spectacular growth. He considers East Asian economies' unorthodox methods, and their rejection of 'best practice' and so-called.
The book explores most south east asian nations across the region. It starts with post world war japan and the start of Sony and the trajectory of the company from nothing to being a pioneer, it describes national MITI policy and the help and hinderance it could be.
It goes into Korea and the story and vision of Park Chung Hee.4/4(36). The East Asian Miracle report is the product of a World Bank research team led by John Page and comprising Nancy Birdsall, Ed Campos, W.
Max Corden, Chang-Shik Kim, Howard Pack, Richard Sabot, Joseph E. Stiglitz, and Marilou Uy. Synopsis This book examines the public policies of the eight high-performing Asian economies (HPAEs) from to that led to faster economic growth than any other part of the world.
The countries discussed are Japan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, and s: 1.
Initially, the intention of this book ' s work, was to take a fresh look at East Asia ' s regional experience during the s, and to expand, and revise as necessary the findings of the World Bank ' s " East Asian Miracle ", (published in ). The East Asian Miracle: Four Lessons for Development Policy John Page.
Chapter in NBER book NBER Macroeconomics AnnualVolume 9 (), Stanley Fischer and Julio J. Rotemberg, eds. - ) Conference held MarchPublished in January by MIT Press. The East Asian Miracle in Retrospect. Book Editor(s): Ivan Tselichtchev.
Search for more papers by this author. Philippe Debroux East Asia's post‐war growth played a very important role in world economic history because its major developing economies successfully pursued industrialization, joining the group of leading exporters of.
In this book, Ha-Joon Chang provides a fresh analysis of this spectacular growth. He considers East Asian economies’ unorthodox methods, and their rejection of ‘best practice’ and so-called Washington Consensus policies.
East Asia, he claims, can teach us much about the whole process of. The rapid economic growth of eight East Asian economies, often called the “East Asian miracle, ” raises two questions: What policies and other factors contributed to that growth. And can other developing countries replicate those policies to stimulate equally rapid growth.
The book assesses the evolving experience with industrial policies, in the forms implemented by individual countries in the region, examines in depth how the Chinese experience meshes with those of other economies in the region - a dimension absent in the "East Asian Miracle" - and, the rich evidence from the s, casts new light on the relative contribution of export-led policies, and of import.
The East Asian Miracle: Economic Growth and Public Policy (World Bank Policy Research Report) by The World Bank and a great selection of related books. 'Rethinking the East Asian Miracle' is an indispensable reference for all those with an interest in East Asia's prospects in the early decades of the.
books are Paths to Progress (New York and Lon- Oriental culture. In many ways, these traits Explaining the East Asian "Miracle " there was an abundance of capital and fewer and economic threats that made it a necessity trade barriers.
Consequently, the. Joseph Stigultz and Shahid Yusuf edited the book ‘Rethinking of the East Asian miracle’ from the World Bank report on the East Asian miracle. The book is a co- publication of the oxford university press and the World Bank.
It was published in July by Oxford. It discusses weaknesses in the financial sector, corporate governance, exchange rate and trade policies, regulatory capability, and proposes remedies. Rethinking the East Asian Miracle is an indispensable book for all those with an interest in East Asia's prospects in the early decades of the new century.Their economic success have served as role models for many developing countries, especially the Tiger Cub Economies of southeast Asia.
Inthe World Bank report The East Asian Miracle credited neoliberal policies to have caused the economic boom, including the maintenance of export-oriented policies, low taxes, and minimal welfare states.The extraordinary growth enjoyed over the last several decades by many East Asian countries has amounted to nothing less than an economic miracle.
Employing unorthodox policies, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, the Republic of Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand have all produced dramatic results with far-reaching improvements in human.