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Author Lall, Sanjaya.

Title Promoting Industrial Competitiveness in Developing Countries [electronic resource]: Lessons from Asia / Sanjaya Lall

Published London : Commonwealth Secretariat, 1999.

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Physical description 72 p.
Series Economic Paper, 2310-1385 ; no.39
Economic Paper, 2310-1385 ; no.39.
Contents Foreword -- Introduction -- What is ‘Competitiveness'? -- Why Worry about Competitiveness? -- What Determines Competitiveness? -- Competitive Success in Asia: Indicators and Determinants -- Policy Support for Competitiveness in Asia -- Lessons for Competitiveness Policy -- Postscript -- References and Appendix Table 1 : A Technology Index.
Summary As developing countries have started to open up their economies, concern about competitiveness has spread to their policy makers. Their relative competitiveness as production and investment sites has become a prime focus of development policy. They are, moreover, faced with a world in which the main determinants of competitiveness are changing rapidly. Competition has intensified due to rapidly falling transport and communication costs, and the performance of economies, industries and firms is constantly compared and benchmarked across nations. So are determinants of competitiveness. These and related issues are analysed in detail in this report. It describes the microfoundations of competitiveness and enterprise, and translates the lessons to the national level.
ISBN 9781848597068
Standard Number 10.14217/9781848597068-en