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Development management as toolkit on global competitiveness in East Asia : The Cases of Japan, South Korea and Taiwan

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  • Development management as toolkit on global competitiveness in East Asia
  • Hsieh, Jun Yi
  • University of Targu Jiu


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Title Development management as toolkit on global competitiveness in East Asia
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The Cases of Japan, South Korea and Taiwan

Material Type Reports
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Hsieh, Jun Yi

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[Târgu Jiu, Romania] : University of Targu Jiu

Date 2016
Series Title; No University of Targu Jiu, engineering series / 4/2016
Pages 7
Subject Country Japan(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Taiwan(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Government and Law < Public Administration
Holding University of Targu Jiu
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Abstract

This article reviews the role of development management on global competitiveness in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan. Development management has emerged in response to improvement in public service delivery, public institution building, and human resource development in the service of the internationally accepted development goals, as the stated by the United Nations Division for Public Administration and Development Management. However, most papers employing this approach seem to stay in the theoretical discussions, and rarely apply empirical evidence to specific projects, programs, or areas. Employing the competitiveness index developed by World Economic Forum (WEF) and the International Institute for Management Development (IMD), this research connects the toolkit approach to competitiveness in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan. This research finds that all of these countries have adopted a series of toolkit strategies to promote their global competitiveness. These toolkits can maintain consistent growth. (The rest omitted)