The Rise of a New World Economic Power: Postwar Taiwan

The Rise of a New World Economic Power: Postwar Taiwan

The Rise of a New World Economic Power: Postwar Taiwan

The Rise of a New World Economic Power: Postwar Taiwan

Synopsis

In the most comprehensive analysis of Taiwan's economic development available to date, Hwang traces the economic, political, and historical factors that enabled the island to transform itself from a poor country into an emerging world economic power in a period of only 40 years. Hwang explores such issues as the role played by cultural and individual aspirations of the Taiwanese and the improvements in political, social, and educational life that were made possible by the island's economic growth, Taiwan's growing contribution to the global economy, and the country's ability to rapidly narrow the technological gap between itself and the industrialized nations.
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