Competitiveness Strategy in Developing Countries: A Manual for Policy Analysis

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2.1 Enterprise-level learning process 23
2.2 National innovation system (NIS) 27
8.1 A decision tree for SOE reform 266

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2.1 Government actions for competitiveness in a developing economy 32
3.1 Construction of MECI for Thailand 70
3.2 MECI ranking by country 71
3.3 Performance by region 74
3.4 Performance by income grouping 74
3.5 Sample composition of MECI, WEF (2001) and IMD (2001) indices 75
3.6 Rankings of MECI, WEF current competitiveness index (2001) and IMD index (2001) 76
3.7 t-Tests to compare the means of high performing countries and low performing countries 81
3.8 t-Tests to compare the means within the low performing sample 83
3.9 High performing and low performing samples 87
3.10 Low performing sub-samples 87
4.1 Breakdown of innovation expenditure 103
4.2 Government support for industrial technology by type, 1995 114
5.1 Examples of clusters in less developed countries 136
5.2 Four kinds of performance criteria for BDS 157
5.3 Contingent development trajectories for industrial clusters 162
6.1 Selected empirical studies on spillovers from FDI 169
6.2 Policies and factors affecting inward FDI 174
6.3 Selected econometric evidence of policy effects on attraction and effects of FDI 183

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