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Author Meier, Nicola. Author.

Title China - The New Developmental State An Empirical Analysis of the Automotive Industry Nicola Meier.

Published Frankfurt a.M. Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften [2018], ©2009.

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Edition 1st, New ed.
Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Hohenheimer volkswirtschaftliche Schriften 60
Books at JSTOR Open Access
Thesis notes Thesis (Doctoral).
Contents The East Asian Developmental States -- A New Model of Economic Development -- The Auto Industry in the Light of the Chinese Development Approach -- Lessons from China's Model of Economic Development.
Summary The central focus of this analysis is whether the economic growth of China can be attributed to an emulation of the development models of Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan. Based on the developmental state theory, an East Asian developmental state model is set up as a benchmark. The thesis uses an empirical analysis of the auto industry to highlight the performance outcome of China's development strategy. The author confirms that China has evolved into a developmental state similar in its core characteristics to the three leading East Asian states. The model of development in China, however, is an innovative combination of factors from the developmental states, the legacies of the past command economy as well as of the adopted market economy mechanism including international capital flows.
History notes The Author: Nicola Meier, born in Boeblingen, Germany in 1977, studied Politics, Economics and Sociology at the University in Tuebingen, where she completed her Master degree. From 2003 until 2007, she worked as a doctoral candidate in the Economic and Market Intelligence Department at an automotive company in Stuttgart, where she is with the External Affairs and Public Policy team since 2008.
Other author JSTOR issuing body.
Subject Automobile industry and trade -- China.
Industrial policy -- China -- Case studies.
China -- Economic policy -- 2000-
Electronic books.
Case studies.
Academic theses.
ISBN 9783631753996 (electronic bk.)
3631753993 (electronic bk.)
Standard Number 9783631753996
10.3726/b13919