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Author: Huei-Huang Wang
ISBN: 0761810226
Language: English
Pages: 352 pages
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: UPA (June 18, 1998)
Rating: 4.8
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Using the very different economic systems of Taiwan and Japan, it traces the influence of strategic decisions to the economic insecurity in these countries

Using the very different economic systems of Taiwan and Japan, it traces the influence of strategic decisions to the economic insecurity in these countries. Here, for the first time, is not only a description of the economic structure of Asian countries, but also the cultural and political influences that force the types of decisions that are made in those countries and create the economic structure. Format Hardback 352 pages.

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It is concerned with understanding of economic phenomena by using network concepts and the tools of network science. Some main authors in this field are Sanjeev Goyal, Matthew O. Jackson and Rachel Kranton.

The state economic security is a complex socio – economic concept, reflecting a wide range of ever-changing conditions of material production, internal and external threats to the country's economy. In this regard, it should also be noted that for the state (and for society and for the individual) does not exist of absolute economic security, there are situations when there are no external and internal threats to the national economy.

Special Economic Zones (SEZs) have become a popular development . Applying frameworks from various schools of political economy, this volume places SEZs in the context of their mixed past and promising.

Special Economic Zones (SEZs) have become a popular development policy throughout the world over the last half a century. These zones form designated areas where governments offer businesses lower taxes, tariffs, and often lighter regulations. This book examines SEZs from a political economy perspective, both to dissect the incentives of governments, zone developers, and exporters, and to uncover both the hidden costs and untapped potential of zone policies. Applying frameworks from various schools of political economy, this volume places SEZs in the context of their mixed past and promising future.

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Do special economic zones induce developmental spillovers? Evidence from India’s states. A robust political economy is one that channels the actions of self-interested individuals with limited information to promote economic progress. World Development, Vol. 107, Issue. In the right institutional context, SEZs tend to promote economic growth. In the wrong institutional context, they can cause resource misallocation and rent-seeking.

Technology, Economic Security, State, and the Political Economy of Economic Networks unveils the motivation behind many of the economic actions of Asian countries at a time when the struggling Asian economies draw interest from around the world. Using the very different economic systems of Taiwan and Japan, it traces the influence of strategic decisions to the economic insecurity in these countries. This insecurity, driven by the lack of natural resources and political dominance of the governments of Taiwan and Japan directs the development of economic networks and high levels of competition. Here, for the first time, is not only a description of the economic structure of Asian countries, but also the cultural and political influences that force the types of decisions that are made in those countries and create the economic structure.