Description - Latecomers in the Global Economy by Michael Storper
The past fifty years have produced examples of late developing countries, especially from East Asia, catching up with and even overtaking established economic powers. This has prompted enormous interest in the policies which have resulted in this success and the lessons which might be learned from them. In Latecomers in the Global Economy , the authors address a new formulation of industrial policy for latecoming semi-industrialized countries. They argue that as national economies acquire an unprecedented degree of openness, countries which are at different stages of development increasingly compete in a common arena, but with unequal terms of competition. This book seeks to develop systematic, theoretical arguments about consistent, sustainable industrial policies for latecomers in order to offer the basis for theory and public policy. Latecomers in the Global Economy contains contributions from some of the most esteeemed international economists working in this area. It will be a valuable guide for economists and international policy-makers with an interest in development issues.
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