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The Economic Development of Northeast Asia


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Contents: Volume I Acknowledgements Introduction Heather Smith PART I INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW 1. Paul W. Kuznets (1988), `An East Asian Model of Economic Development: Japan, Taiwan and South Korea' 2. Gustav Ranis (1995), `Another Look at the East Asian Miracle' 3. Sanjaya Lall (1996), `Paradigms of Development: The East Asian Debate' 4. Kazushi Ohkawa and Henry Rosovsky (1973), `The Contours of Modern Growth' 5. Edward J. Lincoln (1988), `The Slowdown in Growth' 6. Rudiger Dornbusch and Yung Chul Park (1987), `Korean Growth Policy' and `Comments and Discussion' 7. Shirley W.Y. Kuo (1999), `Government Policy in the Taiwanese Development Process: The Past 50 Years' 8. Tzong Biau Lin and Yin Ping Ho (1981), `Export-oriented Growth and Industrial Diversification in Hong Kong' PART II ECONOMIC GROWTH AND CRISIS A The Growth Debate 9. Anne O. Krueger (1995), `East Asian Experience and Endogenous Growth Theory' 10. Alwyn Young (1995), `The Tyranny of Numbers: Confronting the Statistical Realities of the East Asian Growth Experience' 11. Peter Drysdale and Yiping Huang (1997), `Technological Catch-up and Economic Growth in East Asia and the Pacific' 12. Stephan Haggard (1999), `Governance and Growth: Lessons from the Asian Economic Crisis' B Crisis and Response 13. Jenny Corbett and David Vines (1999), `Asian Currency and Financial Crises: Lessons from Vulnerability, Crisis, and Collapse' 14. Ross Garnaut (2000), `East Asia After the Financial Crisis' 15. Yung Chul Park (1998), `The Financial Crisis in Korea and Its Lessons for Reform of the International Financial System' 16. Shirley W.Y. Kuo and Christina Y. Liu (1998), `Taiwan' 17. Tsang Shu-Ki (1999), `The Hong Kong Economy: Opportunities Out of the Crisis?' Name Index Volume II Acknowledgements An Introduction by the editor to all four volumes appears in Volume I PART I MACROECONOMIC POLICY A Monetary and Fiscal Policy 1. Koichi Hamada and Fumio Hayashi (1985), `Monetary Policy in Postwar Japan' 2. Paul R. Krugman (1998), `It's Baaack: Japan's Slump and the Return of the Liquidity Trap' 3. Ya-Hwei Yang (1998), `Monetary Policy and Capital Flows in Taiwan During the 1980s and 1990s' 4. Stephan Haggard and Susan Collins (1994), `The Political Economy of Adjustment in the 1980s' 5. Raymond Ng and Edward Chen (1998), `The Role of Monetary Policy Under a Linked Exchange Rate Regime: The Case of Hong Kong' 6. Kazumi Asako, Takatoshi Ito and Kazunori Sakamoto (1991), `The Rise and Fall of Deficit in Japan, 1965-1990' 7. Chao-Hsi Huang and Kenneth S. Lin (1991), `An Empirical Study on Taiwan's Tax Policy: 1966-1988' 8. Wan-Soon Kim and K.Y. Yun (1988), `Fiscal Policy and Development in Korea' 9. Peter S. Heller (1999), `Aging in Asia: Challenges for Fiscal Policy' B Savings and Investment 10. Charles Yuji Horioka (1990), `Why Is Japan's Household Saving Rate So High?: A Literature Survey' 11. Susan M. Collins (1994), `Saving, Investment, and External Balance in South Korea' C Financial Sector Development 12. Hugh T. Patrick (1994), `Comparisons, Contrasts, and Implications' 13. Akiyoshi Horiuchi (2000), `Japan's Bank Crisis and the Issue of Governance' 14. Yung Chul Park (1994), `Korea: Development and Structural Change of the Financial System' 15. Jia-Dong Shea (1994), `Taiwan: Development and Structural Change of the Financial System' Name Index Volume III Acknowledgements An Introduction by the editor to all four volumes appears in Volume I PART I EXTERNAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS 1. Anne O. Krueger (1995), `The Role of Trade in Growth and Development: Theory and Lessons from Experience' A Economic Integration 2. Yun-Wing Sung (1995), `Subregional Economic Integration: Hong Kong, Taiwan, South China and Beyond' 3. Lee-in Chen Chiu and Chin Chung (1993), `An Assessment of Taiwan's Indirect Investment Toward Mainland China' B Trade and Investment 4. Bela Balassa (1986), `Japan's Trade Policies' 5. Gary R. Saxonhouse (1993), `What Does Japanese Trade Structure Tell Us About Japanese Trade Policy?' 6. Kiyoshi Kojima (1995), `Dynamics of Japanese Direct Investment in East Asia' 7. Mark Mason (1995), `Japan's Low Levels of Inward Direct Investment: Causes, Consequences and Remedies' 8. Il Sakong (1993), `International Factors in Recent Korean Development' 9. Hyuntai Kwak (1994), `Changing Trade Policy and Its Impact on TFP in the Republic of Korea' 10. Chi Schive and Badiul A. Majumdar (1990), `Direct Foreign Investment and Linkage Effects: The Experience of Taiwan' 11. James Riedel (1992), `International Trade in Taiwan's Transition from Developing to Mature Economy' 12. Tzong-biau Lin and Victor Mok (1985), `Trade, Foreign Investment, and Development in Hong Kong' PART II FACTOR MARKETS AND INCOME DISTRIBUTION A Labour Markets 13. Gary S. Fields (1994), `Changing Labor Market Conditions and Economic Development in Hong Kong, the Republic of Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan, China' 14. Michel Fouquin (1991), `Export-oriented Industrialization, Female Employment and Demographic Trends: A Long-term Comparative Perspective of Japan and the Four NIEs - 1950 to 1988' 15. Toshiaki Tachibanaki (1987), `Labour Market Flexibility in Japan in Comparison with Europe and the U.S.' 16. Yin-Ping Ho (1992), `Labour and Labour Market Adjustment' 17. Sookon Kim and Ju-Ho Lee (1997), `Industrial Relations and Human Resource Development' B Human Capital Formation 18. Hong W. Tan (1990), `Technical Change and Human Capital Acquisition in the U.S. and Japanese Labor Markets' and `Comment' 19. Jennie Hay Woo (1991), `Education and Economic Growth in Taiwan: A Case of Successful Planning' C Income Distribution 20. Wontack Hong (1981), `Trade, Growth and Income Distribution: The Korean Experience' Name Index Volume IV Acknowledgements An Introduction by the editor to all four volumes appears in Volume I PART I STRUCTURAL CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT 1. John C.H. Fei and Gustav Ranis (1974), `A Model of Growth and Employment in the Open Dualistic Economy: The Cases of Korea and Taiwan' 2. Howard Pack (1992), `New Perspectives on Industrial Growth in Taiwan' A Agricultural Policy 3. Sophia Wu Huang (1993), `Structural Change in Taiwan's Agricultural Economy' 4. Keijiro Otsuka and Yujiro Hayami (1985), `Goals and Consequences of Rice Policy in Japan, 1965-80' 5. Yoong-Deok Jeon and Young-Yong Kim (2000), `Land Reform, Income Redistribution, and Agricultural Production in Korea' B Industry Policy 6. Heather Smith (1995), `Industry Policy in East Asia' 7. Peter Drysdale (1995), `The Question of Access to the Japanese Market?' 8. Ha-Joon Chang (1993), `The Political Economy of Industrial Policy in Korea' 9. Joseph J. Stern, Ji-hong Kim, Dwight H. Perkins and Jung-ho Yoo (1995), `Overview of Results' 10. Yoon Je Cho (1996), `Government Intervention, Rent Distribution, and Economic Development in Korea' 11. Heather Smith (1997), `Taiwan's Industrial Policy in the 1980s: An Appraisal' 12. Edward K.Y. Chen and Kui-wai Li (1997), `Industrial Policy in a Laissez-Faire Economy: The Case of Hong Kong' C Technology Policy 13. Daniel I. Okimoto (1989), `Industrial Policy Instruments for High Technology' 14. Otto C.C. Lin (1998), `Science and Technology Policy and Its Influence on Economic Development in Taiwan' 15. Denis Fred Simon (1996), `Charting Taiwan's Technological Future: The Impact of Globalization and Regionalization' 16. Linsu Kim (1997), `Government as a Learning Facilitator' D Corporate Organisation 17. Stephen D. Prowse (1992), `The Structure of Corporate Ownership in Japan' 18. Paul Sheard (1991), `The Economics of Japanese Corporate Organization and the "Structural Impediments" Debate: A Critical Review' 19. Makoto Abe and Momoko Kawakami (1997), `A Distributive Comparison of Enterprise Size in Korea and Taiwan' 20. Seong Min Yoo and Sung Soon Lee (1997), `Evolution of Industrial Organization and Policy Response in Korea: 1945-1995' Name Index

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Edited by Heather Smith, Fellow, Division of Economics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies and Asia Pacific School of Economics and Management, Australian National University, Australia


`This is a real doorstep of a collection. The four volumes contain over 70 reprinted articles and chapters of books, many of them individually of the first importance. . . new libraries lacking good runs of journals may well find the collection attractive.' -- Eric Jones, Business History

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