Institutions, industrial upgrading and economic performance in Japan: the "flying-geese" paradigm of catch-up growthAuthor: Ozawa, Terutomo Publisher: Edward Elgar , 2005.Language: EnglishDescription: 234 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 184376959XType of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Institutions, Industrial Upgrading, and Economic Performance in Japan The "Flying-Geese" paradigm of Catch-up growth Contents List of figures List of tables Abbreviations Foreword by Kiyoshi Kojima Preface/Acknowledgments PART I POST-WWII GROWTH CLUSTERING AND JAPAN AS A SECOND GOOSE 1 Hegemon-led growth clustering and the flying-geese paradigm of catch-up growth PART II OUT OF, AND BEYOND, THE LIMIT OF BORROWED KNOWLEDGE AND HOME-SPUN GOODS 2 Labor-driven stage and logic of reconstruction 3 Scale-driven stage and logic of modernizing heavy and chemical industries: a high growth period 4 Assembly-driven stage and logic of industrial upgrading 5 Knowledge-driven stage and logic of catch-up growth 6 IT-driven stage and logic of new growth 7 Analytics and stylized features of structural transformation: additional theoretical expositions PART III CHANGES IN INSTITUTIONS AND INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION: TOWARD THE REFORM-DRIVEN, MandA-ACTIVE PERIOD OF GROWTH 8 Network capitalism: industrial organization in evolution 9 Out of an institutional quagmire? International business to the rescue Bibliography Index vi viii ix xi xiii 3 31 49 67 90 121 139 167 184 208 225
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