By K. Ali Akkemik
This ebook offers a vast descriptive and quantitative evaluate of commercial guidelines in 4 East Asian economies -- Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and Singapore -- with a distinct concentrate on Singapore. The e-book bargains a accomplished review of the discussions at the notion of commercial coverage in the East Asian context and quantitative tests of those regulations via productiveness analyses and CGE modeling, particularly the place Singapore is involved. It demonstrates proof for the confident function of commercial guidelines and govt activism in welfare advancements and business improvement. Contents: commercial regulations in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan; business guidelines in Singapore; A comparability of business guidelines in Singapore with these in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan; hard work productiveness and hard work Reallocation: The Singapore Case; overall issue productiveness and source Reallocation; productiveness progress and source Allocation: a global comparability of Singapore with East Asia; A CGE version for the Singapore economic system; coverage Experiments for Japan, Korea, and Singapore.
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