Annotation Much of East Asia's growth, in the latter part of the twentieth century, was due to increasing inputs of capital and labor, while promoting manufactured exports in a politically stable environment. This book discusses development in East Asia and puts it into a regional and national context. It draws on 10 years of research to show how East Asian countries could harness innovation, productivity gains, and institutional reforms to achieve high and stable rates of growth in an integrated world economy.Shareholder Creditor Accounting Country protection rights standards Japan 4 2 65 Korea, Rep. of 2 3 62 Malaysia 4 4 76 ... Consolidation of banks and the impetus to supply insurance, brokerage, leasing, credit card, investment, and otheranbsp;...
|Title||:||Can East Asia Compete?|
|Author||:||Shahid Yusuf, Simon J. Evenett, Research Manager in the Development Economics Research Group Shahid Yusuf|
|Publisher||:||World Bank Publications - 2002-09-27|