The East Asian Miracle and Information Technology
This study focuses on the process of technology catch-up and competitive advantage creation, drawing on the successful experiences of Japan, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, and Hong Kong -- the newly industrialized countries (NICs). It shows how the NICs countries have exploited the opportunities made possible by the information technology revolution and built sustainable competitive advantage in many high value-added industries and services. Many lessons could be drawn from the East Asian information technology miracle.
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