Trade Policy, Industrialization, and Development: New Perspectives
AbstractThis book investigates the ways in which the characteristics of a developing country's domestic industrial sector DS for example, oligopolistic markets, the position of foreign enterprises, and the acquisition of modern technologies DS affect its chances of industrializing far enough to engage in substantial export trade. Particular attention is devoted to the real-world imperfections frequently overlooked by orthodox economists. Case studies are included of, for example, Brazilian civil aircraft, Korean semi-conductors, and the automobile industry in a number of developing countries. The volume contributes to a better appreciation of the actual problems and constraints of industrialization and growth in developing countries and points the way to useful further lines of research.
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Bibliographic InfoThis book is provided by Oxford University Press in its series OUP Catalogue with number 9780198283591 and published in 1992.
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