The New Economy in East Asia and the Pacific

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2.1 Growth indicators for the US economy, 1989-2000 14
2.2 Sources of US growth 19
2.3 Changes in labour productivity in the business sector 25
4.1 The real price of a three-minute call 63
4.2 Estimated contribution of eventual universal broadband connectivity to US consumer surplus 74
5.1 Multifactor productivity growth for selected Asian countries, 1978-97 90
5.2 Government and private R&D expenditure in Korea, Singapore and Taiwan, 1978-97 92
5.3 Technology indicators for selected countries 93
5.4 Wald test on the insignificance of elasticities for R&D capital stock, scale effects and technological change 98
5.5 Elasticity of cost to R&D capital stock 98
5.6 The indirect, direct and total effects of R&D capital on the productive performance of Korea, Singapore and Taiwan, 1978-97 99
5.7 The cost elasticity of output and contribution of scale to productive performance of Korea, Taiwan and Singapore, 1978-97 100
5.8 Multifactor productivity growth for Korea, Singapore and Taiwan, 1978-97 100
5.9 R&D employment in Japan, Korea, Singapore and Taiwan, 1978-97 102
6.2.1 R&D expenditure in selected industries in India, 1990-91 110
6.2.2 Technological services used in India and the role of technology institutions 111
6.2.3 Foreign collaborations in India, 1991-94 113
6.2.4 Quality ratings for selected industries, 1998 115
6.2.5 Manufacturing technologies in India: implementation and success 118

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