International Production Networks in Asia: Rivalry or Riches

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Index

a
Abegglen, J.C. 82
Abo, T. 83
accessibility see openness
Acer Communications and Multimedia 70 , 72 , 118 , 120 , 122-4 , 126-9 , 131 , 132 , 204
Adaptec 182
ADI Corporation 130
Adobe Systems 5 , 64
Advanced Micro Devices 202 , 212
Advanced Semiconductor Engineering 202
Aiwa 91 , 94 , 181
Akai 165
Akamatsu, K. 38
Akashic Kubota 204
Akers‚ John (IBM) 123
Alps 204
Alstyne, M. van 7
Altera 216
Altos Systems 127
AMD 220
Amtek Engineering 192
Andersen, E.S. 115
Angel, D. 177
Antonelli, C. 20
Anuwar, A. 218 , 220
Anzai, N.T. 50 , 81
Aoki, M. 232 , 234
Apple Computer 6 , 63 , 66 , 71-2 , 124 , 128 , 181 , 185 , 204
Applied Magnetics 204
Applied Materials 57
Array Microsystems 156
Arthur, W.B. 234
Asahi 158 , 165 , 181 , 222
Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) 21 , 22-3
Asia Productivity Organization 88
AST Research 128 , 156 , 157
AT&T 63 , 72 , 120
Atlan Industries 207
Automata Design 117
Avnet Electronics 210

b
Bakti Comintel 209
Baldwin, C.Y. 87 , 236
Bell Laboratories 61
Bernama214
Black & Decker 180
Borrus, Michael 2 , 11 , 16 , 24 , 50 , 54 , 100 , 177 , 190
Bosch 202
Boyer, R. 226
Branscomb, L.M. 96
Brother 204
Bull France 130

c
Cadence 57 , 58
Canon 64 , 128 , 131 , 204 , 240 , 242
Carsem Semiconductors 210
Casio 203
Center-Satellite (CS) Development Industrial Coordination, Taiwan 121
centralization, R&D under globalization 232-4
Cerny 226
chaebols (Korea) 112 , 113 , 117
Chandler, A. 9 , 81 , 129 , 132
Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing 193
Chen, T.-J. 113
China:
composition of electronics trade 52 ;
consumer electronics in 33 ;
CPNs in 12-13 , 14 ;
industrial strategies of 23 ;
Samsung CPNs in 166-8
China Steel 119
Cho, D.S. 146
Christensen, C.M. 89

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