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Industrial technology capabilities and policies in selected Asian developing countries
|Statement||by Hiroshi Kakazu.|
|Series||Asian Development Bank economic staff paper,, no. 46|
|Contributions||Asian Development Bank.|
|LC Classifications||T27.A1 K35 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||90946663|
development of a strong science, technology, and innovation (STI) capacity was the key to addressing many of the persistent and emerging trade and development challenges that developing countries face. Decisive and actionable STI policies needed to become a central feature of national development . Sanjaya Lall (13 December – 18 June ), was a development economist, Professor of Economics and Fellow of Green Templeton College, Oxford 's research interests included the impact of foreign direct investment in developing countries, the economics of multi-national corporations, and the development of technological capability and industrial competitiveness in.
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Get this from a library. Industrial technology capabilities and policies in selected Asian developing countries: with particular emphasis on transferred technology.
[Hiroshi Kakazu; Asian Development. This paper attempts to answer the question why industrial technological capabilities particularly the ability to select, assimilate, disseminate and improve transferred or imported technologies are different among Asian developing countries (ADCs).
The countries covered in this study are India, Indonesia, Republic of Korea and by: 4. In the s, development policy advocated by international financial institutions was influenced by the so-called Washington Consensus thinking. This strategy, based largely on liberalization, privatization, and price-flexibility, downplayed, if not disregarded, the role of government in steering the processes of technological learning and economic growth.
Industrial Development, the Division for Sustainable Development, which acts as Secretariat to the Commission, is publishing this book, which high-lights key challenges for developing countries, across different regions and sec-tors, and how effectively and with what sorts of policies different countries have responded to them.
Abstract. This chapter describes the policies of some Asian countries for industrial technology development (ITD). It is not a comprehensive review of each country’s technology policy, but selected descriptions of its important by: 3.
INDUSTRIAL DESIGN POLICIES: A REVIEW OF SELECTED COUNTRIES 1 1. Introduction Design is mainly associated with the appearance of products. Onceregarded as a subsidiary aspect of manufacturing, and considered less important than technological research and development (R&D).
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analyzing the collected questionnaires, we selected the t op 10 key technologies in Asia and carried out scenario analyses to present the Asia outlook. The advanced technology research procedure is shown in Figure 1. To obtain perspectives from Asian countries, this report selected.
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Section 1 presents recent evidence on the current state of industrial production and exports. Section 2 focusses on the impacts of COVID on firms based on the most recent data collected by UNIDO in several Asian countries.
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Technology policies and strategies for developing countries: lessons from the Korean experience Linsu Kim Korea University, Seoul,Korea Phone: Fax: An earlier version orthis paper was presented at the First International Conference on Technology Policy and Innovation at the University of Macau, July Department of the Asian Development Bank.
This paper has been prepared as background material for the forthcoming volume on 50 Years of Asian Growth and Transformation: Roles of Technology, Markets, and Policies.
I am grateful to Yasuyuki Sawada and the participants at an ADB workshop for their comments and suggestions. The usual disclaimer. Asia-Pacific’s fast-developing countries and regions (FDCs)—South Korea, Taiwan Province of China, Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand—demonstrate the most successful economic development models.
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K Ali Akkemik received his PhD in international development from Nagoya University (Japan) in He joined the Department of Economics at Baskent University, Ankara, Turkey in October Ali Akkemik has published several articles, delivered several lectures, and written book chapters about industrial policies, structural changes, and productivity in East Asia and Turkey.Productivity, technology, and industrial development: a case study in textiles (English) Abstract.
A realistic assessment of productivity in a particular country is essential in determining the least-cost technology for an industrial project. Yet the large differences in productivity between industrial and developing countries are rarely taken.Developing countries 1 tend to bear the brunt of disaster impacts, with the poor there often being the most severely affected (Hillier & Nightingale, ).Asia, the continent with the highest population and where the majority are developing countries, experiences the greatest disaster impacts in terms of number of disasters, economic damage, and numbers of people killed and affected (ADRC, ).