Agriculture and Economic Development in East Asia: From Growth to Protectionism in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan

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Index

a
ABARE 229
Accelerated Rural Development Programme (Taiwan) 195, 199, 200, 202
acreage reduction/diversion schemes:
and Heisei rice crisis 98;
in Japan 91-2;
and New Food Law 101;
in Taiwan 201-2
ageing, of agricultural labour force 29;
in Korea 157;
in post-war Japan 82;
in Taiwan 204
agriculture:
discrimination against 9-10;
problems of in Third World 2;
role in development/industrialisation 1-2, 7-10, 17-18;
role in East Asian industrialisation (summary) 216-20;
share in GDP and employment 37, 105, 136, 162, 190
agricultural adjustment problem 2;
in East Asia 13-14, 18, (summary) 220-6;
emergence in East Asia 39-40;
emergence in pre-war Japan 75;
emergence in Taiwan 192-5;
in miracle-period Japan 77-80;
in Western developed countries 10-13
agricultural associations, in pre-war Japan 69, 70
agricultural budget:
and cost of Food Control System 89;
growth of in Taiwan 203;
in pre-war Japan 70, 75;
share of total budget in Korea 145
agricultural exports:
and state intervention in Taiwan 174;
of Taiwan 161, 167, 168, 193;
of US 44;
see also agricultural trade
agricultural growth rates 36, 38;
compared with industrial 41;
in 1950s Korea 108;
in 1960s and 1970s Korea 109-12;
phases in Taiwan 164-5, 192-3, 293-4;
in pre-war Japan 53;
in post-war Japan 78, 81
agricultural imports:
see agricultural trade, self sufficiency
agricultural labour force:
age distribution in Korea 116;
gender distribution 29;
in Korea 111, 139;
in pre-war Japan 49-50, 59;
size of in East Asia 28-9;
in Taiwan 165, 193;
and women in Korea 156
Agricultural Land Law (Japan, 1952) 77
Agricultural Policy Deliberation Council (Nōsei Shingikai) 100
agricultural protection 2;
effects on terms of trade in Korea 117-8;
forms in Taiwan 198-9, 207-8;
gains and losses from in Taiwan 203;
growth in East Asia 13, 42-4, 46;
growth in industrial countries 12-13;
growth and forms in Korea 143-145, 151;
of individual products in Japan 94;
liberalisation in Japan 94-7;
limitations in Taiwan 206;
in post-war Japan 79, 81, 88;
role of rice in 43-4, 46
agricultural production:
composition in pre-war Japan 53-4;
composition in Korea 136-7;
composition in Taiwan 165-6

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Tables viii
  • Preface xi
  • Conventions xiii
  • 1 - Agriculture and Industrialisation 1
  • 2 - East Asian Agriculture 20
  • 3 - The Role of Agriculture in Japanese Industrialisation 47
  • 4 - The State and Agricultural Adjustment in Industrial Japan 73
  • 5 - Agriculture and Industrialisation in Korea 103
  • 6 - Agricultural Adjustment in Industrial Korea 131
  • 7 - The Role of Agriculture in Taiwan’s Economic Development 159
  • 8 - Agricultural Adjustment in Industrial Taiwan 189
  • 9 - Conclusions 215
  • Notes 227
  • Bibliography 236
  • Index 245
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