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Trade and Growth of the Advanced Developing Countries in the Pacific Basin (Paper and Proceedings of the Eleventh Pacific Trade and Development Conference)

October 01, 1981

  • Author Wontack HongLawrence B. Krause
  • Language English
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Other Research
Trade and Growth of the Advanced Developing Countries in the Pacific Basin (Paper and Proceedings of the Eleventh Pacific Trade and Development Conference)

October 01, 1981

  • Author Wontack HongLawrence B. Krause
  • Language English
PDF
    Ⅰ. Export Oriented Growth
    1. Export-Led Industrial Growth Reconsidered (Anne O.
    Krueger)
    2. The Industrial Dynamic in Advanced Developing Countries
    (Fernando Fajnzylber)
    Ⅱ. Trade Strategy and Industrialization
    3. Export-Oriented Growth and Industrial Diversification in
    Hong Kong (Tzong Biau Lin and Yin Ping Ho)
    4. The Financing of Trade and Development in the ADCs:
    The Experience of Singapore (Kum Poh Wong)
    5. Trade Strategy and Exchange Rate Policies in Taiwan
    (Kuo-Shu Liang and Ching-ing Hou Liang)
    Ⅲ. Effective Protection, Balance of Payments and Income
    Distribution
    6. Trade, Industrial Policies, and the Structure of Protection
    in Korea (Chong Hyun Nam)
    7. Export Growth and the Balance of Payments in Korea,
    1960-78 (Yung Chul Park)
    8. Trade, Growth and Income Distribution : The Korean
    Experience (Wontack Hong)
    Ⅳ. Trade With Resource-Rich Countries
    9. Changing Economic Relations Between the Asian ADCs
    and Resource-Exporting Advanced Countries of the
    Pacific Basin (Kym Anderson and Ben Smith)
    10. Trade Relations between Latin American and the Asian
    ADCs (Ernesto Tironi)
    Ⅴ. Adjustment to ADCs in Advanced Countries
    11. An Analysis of Structural Dependence between Korea
    and Japan (Toshio Watanabe)
    12. Adjusting to the ADCs in Face of Structurally Depressed
    Industries : The Case of Japan (Ippei Yamazawa)
    13. ADCs` Manufactured Export Growth and OECD
    Adjustment (Colin I. Bradford)
    Ⅵ. Global Protectionism and ADCs` Trade Strategies
    14. U.S. Political Pressures against Adjustment to Greater
    Imports (Robert E. Baldwin)
    15. Responding to the " New Protectionism" : Strategies for
    the ADCs (David Yoffie and Robert Keohane)
It is a great honor for both our country and this Institute to
have the opportunity to host the 11th Pacific Trade and
Development Conference. The theme of this conference, trade
and growth of the advanced developing countries under the new
international economic order, is especially relevant as the world
stands at the threshold of the 1980s. This issue is of particular
importance to us because many countries in the Pacific region
have already emerged or are in the process of emerging as
advanced developing countries.

The purpose of this conference was to analyze the growth
and trade of these advanced developing countries including the
differences among the, examining the problems these countries
face, and search for ways to overcome such problems through
changes in domestic economic policies and also through
improved economic cooperation in the Pacific Basin Area.

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