Globalization and structural adjustment offer many opportunities
for export orientated industrialization in developing economies. As
a group, competitiveness in the developing countries has improved,
but, while East Asian economies have had rapid export growth and
technological upgrades, South Asian and African economies have
lagged behind. Old structures, institutions, behavioural patterns
and public policies are ill-adapted to deal with the challenges
posed by technological change and economic liberalization.
Consequently there is an urgent need for change in government and
private sector attitudes and strategies.
This volume seeks to generalise the lessons across developing
country and enterprise cases, and sheds light on which trade and
industrial strategies and instruments work best, and which do not
work, in relation to manufacturing competitiveness.
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