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Learning, Liberalization and Economic Adjustment  

International Joint Research Project Series

No.2


International Joint Research Project Series Learning, Liberalization and Economic Adjustment ■ Learning, Liberalization and Economic Adjustment
■ by KAGAMI Mitsuhiro, John Humphery and Michael Piore
■ 2,916円(本体価格 2,700円)
■ 251pp.
■ 1998発行
■ ISBN4-258-56002-2
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CONTENTS

Preface pdf / Mitsuhiro Kagami
List of Authors pdf

Part I. FDI and Technology Transfer in Asia

1. New Strategies for Asian Technological Development: Problems Facing Technology Transfer and Backward Linkage pdf / Mitsuhiro Kagami
1.Introduction
2.Modes of technology acquisition
3.Why do MNCs not transfer technology?
4.Why do MNCs not purchase domestic parts?
5.Acquisition of technology: Japan's experience
6.Policy suggestions for developing countries
References

2. Ineffective Protection, Weak Linkage and Poor Performance:
The Philippine and Thai Textile Industries
pdf / Yamagata Tatsufumi
1.Introduction
2.Stagnation of the Philippine textile industry
3.Backward linkage to the textile industry in the Philippines and Thailand
4.Industrial promotion policies for the textile industry and FDI
5.Concluding remarks
Notes
References

3. Investment Financing of Japanese Corporations: The Case of the Automobile Industry pdf / Chie Kashiwabara
1.Introduction
2.An outline of the automobile industry's business expansion and FDI
3.Private banks' activities in corporate financing
4.Probable measures to contribute to industrial development of host countries
5.Concluding remarks
Notes
References

4. Globalization of Japanese Subcontract Transaction and Asian Suppliers pdf / Yoichi Koike
1.Introduction
2.Advantages of subcontract transactions
3.Changing nature of subcontracting system
4.Asian suppliers and their limitations
5.Conclusion and policy recommendations
References

Part II

5. Globalization, FDI and the Restructuring of Supplier Networks: The Motor Industry in Brazil and India / Mauro Zilbovicius, Avinandan Mukherjee, Glauco Arbix, John Humphrey
1.Introduction
2.The creation of the auto industry: Brazil and India
3.Global sourcing and its consequences for developing countries
4.Liberalization and the transformation of the automotive industry in Brazil and India
5.The components industries: Restructuring in Brazil and India
6.Conclusions
Notes
References

Part III

6. Industrial Development as a Learning Process: Mexican Manufacturing and The Opening to Trade / Clemente Ruiz Duran, Michael Piore
1.Introduction
2.The case study material
3.Concluding sections: Conceiving of adjustment as learning
Notes
References


Conclusion / John Humphrey, Michael Piore, Mitsuhiro Kagami