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Technology and Indonesia’s Industrial Competitiveness

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This paper will discuss the major factors, which affect Indonesia’s industrial competitiveness, specifically the determinants of its industrial technology development, which is crucial to raising Indonesia’s competitiveness. After a brief overview of industrial development before and after the Asian economic crisis, the paper discusses some recent assessments of the country’s competitiveness. It considers the determinants of Indonesia’s industrial technological development, including policy options open to the government.

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  • Thee Kian Wie, 2010. "Technology and Indonesia’s Industrial Competitiveness," Working Papers id:3295, eSocialSciences.
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