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Industrial Clusters in Asia
Analyses of Their Competition and Cooperation
 
 
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19 Oct 2005
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This book focuses on East Asia, which has been attracting FDI and a centre of industrial agglomeration, and because of this, the production structure in the world has been dynamically transforming. This book analyzes this world trend and provides a framework for strategy that is required not only for Japanese local governments to implement industrial cluster policy, but also for firms to survive the global competition.


Description

This book focuses on East Asia, which has been attracting FDI and a centre of industrial agglomeration, and because of this, the production structure in the world has been dynamically transforming. This book analyzes this world trend and provides a framework for strategy that is required not only for Japanese local governments to implement industrial cluster policy, but also for firms to survive the global competition.


Reviews

"Starts a new dimensions of discussion about East Asia and industrial organization." - Dajin Peng,Springer


Contents

Introduction; A.Kuchiki & M.Tsuji
PART 1: INDUSTRIAL CLUSTERS IN VIETNAM
Industrial Clusters in Asia: Analyses of Their Competition and Cooperation: Vietnam Case Study; J.Riedel, A.McCarty & R.Record
PART 2: INDUSTRIAL CLUSTERS IN ASIA
Industrial Clusters in Tianjin Area; Z.Donggang, X.Siquan, B.Xuejie & L.Ruoyu
A Flowchart Approach to Asia's Industrial Cluster Policy; A.Kuchiki
Localisation and Dispersion of the Chinese Automotive and Parts Industries; M.Tsuji & W.Quan
PART 3: INDUSTRIAL CLUSTERS AND IT INDUSTRIES
Agglomeration and International Competitiveness: Can Malaysia's Growth be Sustainable?; Y.Okamoto
Bangalore's Software Cluster: Building Competitiveness Through the Local Labour Market Dynamics; A.Okada
The Industrial Cluster Planning for Stimulating the Local Economy: Lessons from Japan; R.Nakagawa
The Accumulation of IT Industries in Japan: Remedies to Activate Local Cities; T.Imagawa


Authors

AKIFUMI KUCHIKI is Director-General at the Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organisation (IDE-JETRO), Japan. His previous publications include Catastrophe Expectations and the Importance of the Timing of Policy Implementation in Economics Papers and Silicon Valley in the South in the Brazilian Journal of Political Economy with Kagami.

MASATSUGU TSUJI is Professor of Economics at Osaka School of International Public Policy, Osaka University, Japan. His previous publications include Private Initiatives in Infrastructure (with Berg and Pollitt), The Internet Revolution and Information Technology, Policy and Digital Divide (both with Kagami and Giovannetti).