Business and Government in Industrialising Asia
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Contributes to the task of specifying the ways in which political arrangements or, more broadly, institutions constrain policy and thus performance, by focusing on the interaction between business and government in a range of industrialized and industrializing countries in Northeast and Southeast Asia. The volume comprises ten original essays by specialists with theoretical and country-specific expertise from around Asia, Australia, and the US. For enhanced comparability, the focus is primarily on six countries with established market-based economic systems: South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines.
Andrew J. MacIntyre