1st Edition

Export-oriented Development Strategies The Success Of Five Newly Industrializing Countries

By Vittorio Corbo Copyright 1986
    356 Pages
    by Routledge

    355 Pages
    by Routledge

    This book relates the lessons learned by five industrializing countries that have export-oriented development strategies, namely Chile, Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan, and Singapore examining their performances and their economic success in relation to that of other semi-industrialized nations.

    1. Introduction 2. Small Open Economies: The Main Issues 3. Foreign Trade and Investment as Boosters for Take-Off: The Experience of Taiwan 4. Lessons from South Korea's Experience with Industrialization 5. Rapid Growth and Relative Price Stability in a Small Open Economy: The Experience of Singapore 6. Economic Growth and Structural Change in the Small Open Economy of Hong Kong 7. Opening up and Liberalizing the Chilean Economy: The 1970s 8. The Experience and Lessons of Asia's Super Exporters 9. Sources of Growth and Structural Change in the Republic of Korea and Taiwan: Some Comparisons 10. Employment, Income Distribution, and Growth in the East Asian Context: A Comparative Analysis 11. Financial Structure, Monetary Policy, and Economic Growth in Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, and South Korea, 1960–1983