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An enquiry into the Asian growth model / Dilip K. Das.

By: Das, Dilip K.,, 1945- author.
Call number: HC412 D37 2015 Material type: TextTextSeries: Palgrave pivot: Publisher: Basingstoke : New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015Description: xii, 107 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1137529261 ; 9781137529268Subject(s): Asia -- Economic conditions | Asia -- Economic policyDDC classification: 338.95
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: 1.An Enquiry into the Asian Growth Model -- 1.1.Growing interest in Asia and its growth trajectory -- 1.2.Burgeoning clout of the Asian economy -- 1.3.Integration: regional and global -- 1.4.Sequence of the argument: an Asian growth model -- 2.The Asian Growth Model: Myth or Reality? -- 2.1.Introduction -- 2.1.1.Objectives, queries and scope -- 2.2.Industrial policy: formulation and utilization -- 2.2.1.Industrial policy and development strategy -- 2.2.2.Strategic shift: from non-intervention to intervention -- 2.2.3.Asian economies and market intervention -- 2.3.Structural economics and government intervention -- 2.4.From the Washington consensus ... -- 2.4.1.Limitations of the Washington consensus -- 2.4.2.Taking government out of the development equation -- 2.5.To the Beijing consensus -- 2.5.1.A myth or a coherent and persuasive development strategy? -- 2.6.State capitalism -- 2.6.1.The changing nature of state capitalism in Asia --
Note continued: 2.7.Is there a China model? -- 2.7.1.China turning to market economy principles -- 2.8.Asian or Sino-capitalism -- 2.8.1.Stylized classification -- 2.8.2.Is it a threat? -- 2.9.Summary and conclusions -- 3.The Growth Path of the Dynamic Asian Economies: Some of the Newer Elucidations -- 3.1.Introduction -- 3.2.Structuralist explanations: newer version -- 3.3.Heterogeneity in Asian growth performance -- 3.4.Greater credit for state capitalism -- 3.5.Summary and conclusions -- 4.The Asian Growth Model: A Meta-Analysis -- 4.1.Genesis and initial deliberations -- 4.2.Theoretical concepts -- 4.2.1.Basic modes of export promotion -- 4.3.Trade -- growth nexus -- 4.3.1.Export-led growth hypothesis and its endless testing -- 4.4.FDI -- trade nexus -- 4.5.Supportive factors and policy strands -- 4.6.Controversy over perspiration or inspiration -- 4.7.Summary: implications for theory and policy.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Machine generated contents note: 1.An Enquiry into the Asian Growth Model -- 1.1.Growing interest in Asia and its growth trajectory -- 1.2.Burgeoning clout of the Asian economy -- 1.3.Integration: regional and global -- 1.4.Sequence of the argument: an Asian growth model -- 2.The Asian Growth Model: Myth or Reality? -- 2.1.Introduction -- 2.1.1.Objectives, queries and scope -- 2.2.Industrial policy: formulation and utilization -- 2.2.1.Industrial policy and development strategy -- 2.2.2.Strategic shift: from non-intervention to intervention -- 2.2.3.Asian economies and market intervention -- 2.3.Structural economics and government intervention -- 2.4.From the Washington consensus ... -- 2.4.1.Limitations of the Washington consensus -- 2.4.2.Taking government out of the development equation -- 2.5.To the Beijing consensus -- 2.5.1.A myth or a coherent and persuasive development strategy? -- 2.6.State capitalism -- 2.6.1.The changing nature of state capitalism in Asia --

Note continued: 2.7.Is there a China model? -- 2.7.1.China turning to market economy principles -- 2.8.Asian or Sino-capitalism -- 2.8.1.Stylized classification -- 2.8.2.Is it a threat? -- 2.9.Summary and conclusions -- 3.The Growth Path of the Dynamic Asian Economies: Some of the Newer Elucidations -- 3.1.Introduction -- 3.2.Structuralist explanations: newer version -- 3.3.Heterogeneity in Asian growth performance -- 3.4.Greater credit for state capitalism -- 3.5.Summary and conclusions -- 4.The Asian Growth Model: A Meta-Analysis -- 4.1.Genesis and initial deliberations -- 4.2.Theoretical concepts -- 4.2.1.Basic modes of export promotion -- 4.3.Trade -- growth nexus -- 4.3.1.Export-led growth hypothesis and its endless testing -- 4.4.FDI -- trade nexus -- 4.5.Supportive factors and policy strands -- 4.6.Controversy over perspiration or inspiration -- 4.7.Summary: implications for theory and policy.

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