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Published by Garanti Bankası in [Turkey] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Developing countries

Subjects:

  • Developing countries -- Foreign economic relations -- Congresses.,
  • Developing countries -- Economic policy -- Congresses.,
  • Developing countries -- Economic conditions -- Congresses.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementedited by Erol Manisalı.
ContributionsManisalı, Erol., Garanti Bankası., Girne Conference (2nd : 1986?)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHF1413 .O89 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination81 p. :
Number of Pages81
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2181348M
LC Control Number88969267

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This book examines the role of trade policy in industrialization. In particular, it investigates the ways in which the characteristics of a developing country's domestic industrial sector--for example, oligopolistic markets, the position of foreign enterprises, or the acquisition of modern technologies--affects its chances of industrializing far enough to engage in substantial export trade. main page. Export-Oriented Development Strategies The Success of Five Newly Industrializing Countries. Downloadable! This paper compares the policies and economic performance of newly-industrializing countries (NICs) in the Far East and Latin America in the period. The two groups of countries include Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan; and Agentina, Brazil, Chile, and Mexico. Information is provided on indicators of economic growth as well as on domestic savings ratios, the.   1 There is no clear, unambiguous definition of the “newly industrializing countries.” Different writers have used different indicators, including level of industrialization, rates af growth and, most frequently, level or rate of growth of manufactured exports.

  (). Inward oriented and outward oriented trade strategies. The Journal of Development Studies: Vol. 27, Developing Countries and the International Economy: Issues in Trade, Adjustment and Debt, pp. on by dexo Leave a Comment on Export-Oriented Development Strategies The Success of Five Newly Industrializing Countries by dexo Leave a Comment on Export-Oriented Development Strategies The Success of Five Newly Industrializing Countries. implementation stage as the hub of policy process. Fundamentally, policy implementation is the process of translating a policy into actions and presumptions into results through various projects and programmes (Okoli and Onah, ; Ikelegbe, ). Kraft and Furlong () and Ajaegbu and Eze () state that policy implementation actually. -Countries with outward-oriented policies have often succeeded. trade. similar effects as discovering new technologies - it improves productivity and living standards. Technology-the main reason why living standards rise over the long run-Policies to promote tech. progress: Patent laws.

  The Choice of a Development Strategy: Lessons and Prospects Bela Belassa Inward- vs. Outward-Oriented Development Strategies The evidence is quite conclusive: countries applying outwardoriented development strategies performed better in terms of exports, economic growth, and employment than countries with continued inward orientation, which encountered increasing . This book addresses the broader questions of how both the content and the context of public policy affect its implementation. Through a series of case studies from Mexico, Peru, Brazil, Colombia, Zambia, Kenya, and India, ten scholars here demonstrate that numerous factors intervene between the statement of policy goals and their actual achievement in society.   All six large newly industrializing countries (NICs) in this study favored an autarkic industrial policy (AIP) in the s. AIP required, however, the rapid build-up of heavy and chemical industry (HCI) which caused foreign exchange shortages if the HCI matured slowly. base country can use money to ↑ capital, foreign country has a right to a portion of the profit that base country makes Why are outward-oriented policies usually more successful than inward-oriented policies? Because trade is similar to discovering a new technology - improves productivity and .