Existing accounts of East Asiaas meteoric growth and structural change has either been explained as one dictated essentially by markets with strong macroeconomic fundamentals, or a consequence of proactive governments. This book departs from such a dichotomy by examining inductively the drivers of the experiences. Given the evolutionary treatment of each economic good and service as different, this book examines technological catch up with a strong focus on the industries contributing significantly to the economic growth of the countries selected in Asia. The evidence produced supports the evolutionary logic of macro, meso and micro interactions between several institutions, depending on the actors involved, structural location and typology of taxonomies and trajectories. The book carefully picks out experiences from the populous economies of China, India and Indonesia, the high income economies of Korea and Taiwan, the middle income economies of Malaysia and Thailand, and the transitional least developed country of Myanmar. Chapters 1-7 of this book were originally published as a special issue of Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy.Samsung Electronics received a total of 85, 629 citations, and among these, 14, 241 citations (or 16.6%) were received from ... quantity and quality of the firmsa#39; patents, the number of patents and the number of citations received were examined.
|Title||:||Innovation and Industrialization in Asia|
|Author||:||Rajah Rasiah, Yeo Lin, Yuri Sadoi|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-09-13|