This book raises issues of industrial policy and reform in key Asia-Pacific countries in the context of Pacific regional cooperation. It explores how service enterprises have affected trade in goods and transnational manufacturing, forming a regional pattern of interdependence.
Table of Contents
1. Industrial Policy: Concepts and Theory 2. Policy Mixes and Industrial Policies 3. The Funding of Pacific Industries 4. Pacific Industrial Policies and Corporate Strategies 5. Japanese Industrial Policy 6. Industrial Policy Issues in the U.S 7. Industrial Policies in South Korea and Taiwan 8. ASEAN Industrial Policies 9. China's Industrial Reforms 10. Industrial Policy Issues and Pacific Regional Cooperation