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The role of export processing zones in East Asian development : South Korea, Taiwan, China and Thailand

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  • The role of export processing zones in East Asian development
  • Zhu, Ying
  • University of Melbourne


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Title The role of export processing zones in East Asian development
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South Korea, Taiwan, China and Thailand

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Zhu, Ying

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[Melbourne] : University of Melbourne

Date 1992-07
Pages 516
Subject Country China(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Thailand(Asia and Pacific)
Taiwan(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Economy < Trade
Economy < Economic Administration
Holding University of Melbourne
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Abstract

The motivation for this research was to describe and explain the role of producer services in regional development, in particular their effects on the space-economy. In particular, because most research on producer services has focused on the advanced economies, it was thought valuable to examine the role of producer services in a newly advancing economy, namely Korea. The major research aims were therefore to analyse the role of producer services as a driving force in regional economic development, including the characteristics of and sectoral changes in these services, which have been occurring in the Korean economy. In particular, this research focused on explaining the spatial change in producer services at different scales in the space economy, including the characteristics of demand and supply linkages of these services. Lastly, this research aimed to examine the impacts of producer services on changes of urban structure. (The rest omitted)