Asia's Computer Challenge: Threat or Opportunity for the United States & the World?

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List of Tables
1-1 Worldwide market share15
1-2 Bachelor's degrees in science and engineering16
1-3 IBM versus Japan: Share of global large-scale computer market19
1-4 Computer industry employment22
2-1 SDS outsourcing for components and peripherals36
2-2 Top 10 midrange computer companies38
2-3 Top 10 mainframe computer companies42
2-4 Major information technology R&D projects, 1964-198045
2-5 Government support for computer related R&D48
2-6 PC industry compared to mainframe and minicomputer industry54
2-7 Rank of top 10 PC makers in 1985, 1990, and 199557
2-8 Market share of top ten PC companies, total and by country60
2-9 Competition in the computer industry, 199561
2-10 Production of computers and components, 1990 and 199567
2-11 Taiwan OEM Production for Worldwide PC Vendors71
2-12 Country roles in the global production system72
2-13 World computer hardware production by location of production74
3-1 Revenues and profits of IBM and Japanese computer makers80
3-2 Share of Japan's PC market by company83
3-3 Computer use in the United States and Japan102
4-1 Computer hardware market shares for Asian NIEs, 1995118
4-2 Packaged software production in United States and Asia119
4-3 Korea's PC market share by vendor, 1991-1996133
4-4 Korea's largest computer makers, 1996135
4-5 Taiwan OEM production for major PC vendors149
4-6 Leading PC vendors' procurement in Taiwan150
4-7 Taiwan's market share and unit output of hardware products, 1995151
4-8 Domestic and offshore computer production152
4-9 Acer's organizational structure154
4-10 Taiwan's largest computer makers, 1996159
4-11 Computer output by Taiwan's major producers, 1994161
5-1 Major multinational computer companies in Singapore, 1994182

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface and Acknowledgments v
  • Contents xi
  • List of Figures xv
  • List of Tables xvii
  • 1 - Competing in Computers 3
  • 2 - Globalization of the Computer Industry 28
  • Conclusions 71
  • 3 - Japan and the PC Revolution 76
  • Summary 90
  • Summary 104
  • Conclusions 113
  • 4 - Asia's New Competitors 116
  • Conclusions 143
  • Conclusions 172
  • 5 - Asia's New Competitors 174
  • Conclusions 209
  • 6 - Findings from the East Asian Experience 211
  • 7 - Lessons for Companies and Countries 254
  • Summary 263
  • Conclusions 278
  • 8 - Competing in Computers in the Network Era 280
  • Conclusion - Asia's Computer Challenge 319
  • Appendix 321
  • Notes 325
  • References 343
  • Index 353
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