Developmental States in East Asia
by Palgrave Macmillan UK
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The book analyses and evaluates the development role and impact of the state in East Asia, in both capitalist (South Korea and Taiwan) and socialist (China) contexts. It makes use of new research data on the mechanisms and impact of state intervention in East Asian development and presents an original theory, taking issue with the conventional view that East Asian development reflects the power of market forces.
Table of Contents:
Notes on the Contributors - Developmental States and Markets in East Asia: an Introduction; G.White & R.Wade - State Intervention in 'Outward-looking' Development: Neoclassical Theory and Taiwanese Practice; R.Wade - State Intervention and Export-oriented Development in South Korea; R.Luedde-Neurath - Economic Growth and the Rise of Civil Society: Agriculture in Taiwan and South Korea; M.Moore - State and Market in China's Socialist Industrialisation; G.White - The State and the Rural Economy in the Chinese people's Republic; J.Gray - Index
Palgrave Macmillan UK
Number of Pages:
21 April 1988
0.216 x 0.14 x 0.018 m; 0.472 kg