Leading Issues in Economic Development

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CHAPTER III
International Trade and
Technology Transfer

Overview

III.A. TRADE

EXHIBIT III.A.1. SHARE OF PRIMARY PRODUCTS IN MERCHANDISE
EXPORTS AND INDEX OF EXPORT CONCENTRATION

Note III.A.1. Natural Resource Abundance, International Trade, and Economic
Growth

Note III.A.2. Import-substituting Industrialization and the Infant-Industry
Argument

SELECTION III.A.1. TYPOLOGY IN DEVELOPMENT THEORY:
RETROSPECTIVE AND PROSPECTS

SELECTION III.A.2. AN EXPOSITION AND EXPLORATION OF KRUEGER'S
TRADE MODEL

Comment III.A.1. Moving Up the Ladder and Changes in Relative Costs of
Factors of Production

SELECTION III.A.3. THE PROCESS OF INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND
ALTERNATIVE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

SELECTION III.A.4. GETTING INTERVENTIONS RIGHT: HOW SOUTH
KOREA AND TAIWAN GREW RICH

Note III.A.3. Tradeability of Intermediate Goods, Linkages, and Bottlenecks

III.B. FOREIGN CONTACT AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

Note III.B.1. Learning in International Production Networks

SELECTION III.B.1. TECHNOLOGY GAPS BETWEEN INDUSTRIAL AND
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: ARE THERE DIVIDENDS FOR
LATECOMERS?

SELECTION III.B.2. THE POTENTIAL BENEFITS OF FDI FOR LESS
DEVELOPED COUNTRIES

Note III.B.2. Trade as Enemy, Handmaiden, and Engine of Growth


Overview

The division of the world described in Chapter II established a pattern of international trade in which poor, mainly tropical countries exported primary products to rich temperate countries in

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