Drivers Of Competitiveness

Author: Diego Comin
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN: 981470475X
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The cases of China and Malaysia provide complementary views on central
aspects of the relationship between globalization and competitiveness. Malaysia
is a small open economy, while China is a big (relatively) closed economy. For a
year or so, Malaysia imposed capital controls towards the end of the Asian crisis.
These experiences enable discussions on the tensions that come with capital
flows and whether it is possible/desirable to open the current account while
closing the ...

The Dynamics Of Asian Labour Markets

Author: John Benson
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1136823913
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'The Role ofMigrant Workforce', The Star, 26 March 1998, in Mohamed Ariff(2007)
Economic Openness, Volatility and Resilience: Malaysian perspectives, Kuala
Lumpur: Malaysian Institute of Economic Research, pp. 138–41. —— (2004) The
Drivers of Competitiveness in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian Institute of
Economic Research. Available at: <
Malaysia.pdf> (accessed 10 August 2009). —— 'Migrant Labour Concerns' The
Star, ...

The World Economy

Author: David Greenaway
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1444306723
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REFERENCES Ariff, M. (2005), 'The Drivers of Competitiveness in Malaysia', The
Australian APEC Studies Centre Conference on an Australia/Malaysia Free
Trade Agreement (The Marriott Hotel, Melbourne, 10 March). Baldwin, R. E. (
2006), 'Multilateralising Regionalism: Spaghetti Bowls as Building Blocs on the
Path to Global Free Trade', The World Economy, 29, 11, 1451–518. BNM (2006), '
Economic and Financial Developments in Malaysia in the Third Quarter of 2006' (
Press ...

Future Asia

Author: Rajiv Biswas
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 1137027231
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Drivers. of. competitive. advantage. for. Malaysian. financial. services. The
success of the Malaysian Islamic financial services centre reflects a number of
key factors. The first andmost critical hasbeenthe substantialachievements made
by the Malaysian government,ledbythe centralbank, Bank Negara Malaysia,
together with the securitiesregulator, theSecurities Commission, in reforming and
restructuring the Malaysian financial services industry after the East Asian
financial crisis.

Australia S Competitiveness

Author: Michael J. Enright
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118497376
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The upshot is that while Australia's economy has performed well over the last
several years, there are concerns and debates about its economic future that are
best addressed through a detailed understanding of Australia's competitiveness.
... The results show clear differences in importance and in Australia's
performance in firm-level drivers, industry-level drivers, cluster-level drivers,
national-level drivers, and supranational-level drivers of competitiveness. They
show the importance ...

Recent Trends In Social And Behaviour Sciences

Author: Ford Lumban Gaol
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1315775530
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Amran Rasli, Nadhirah Norhalim & Tan Owee Kowang Faculty of Management,
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia Nik Zahirah Nik Mustaffa Faculty of
Computing, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia ABSTRACT: This paper
seeks to apply the resource-based view theory of organisational competitiveness
among small technology-based ... The interplay of value creation and managerial
competencies as the drivers of competitiveness with the perspective of time were

Universities And Colleges As Economic Drivers

Author: Jason E. Lane
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 1438445024
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For many nations, the role of higher education in fostering economic
competitiveness is seen primarily as the production of highly skilled labor. For
example, the competitiveness reports of such varied nations as Croatia, Malaysia
, South Korea, and Guyana all point to the need for more workers for the
knowledge-based industries. Guyana (2006) has an entire action item (HR.R5) in
its competitiveness report dedicated to reversing “brain drain.” South Korea,
through the Korea ...

Competitiveness Of The Asean Countries

Author: Philippe Gugler
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1849806748
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Corporate and Regulatory Drivers Philippe Gugler, Julien Chaisse. Table 3.8 (
continued) of the baht (the Thai ... in the form of external cost from financial risk.
Motives or Drivers of FDI Motives or drivers of ASEAN MNEs' outward FDI are
related to all kinds of FDI as suggested by Rugman (2001). ... Wilmar, a
Singaporean MNE, has expanded its oil palm cultivation to Indonesia and
Malaysia through greenfield investment and acquisition. Sime Darby Berhad (a
Malaysian MNE) has ...

Oecd Investment Policy Reviews Oecd Investment Policy Reviews Malaysia 2013

Author: OECD
Publisher: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 9264194584
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A sound infrastructure system has been a key driver of economic growth in
Malaysia. In 2010, the transport and storage sector contributed 3.8% to GDP,
communication 4.2%, and utilities (electricity, water and gas) 3% (Ministry of
Finance, 2011). Malaysia is ranked 29th out of 144 countries in terms of the
quality of its infrastructure, particularly airports, roads, railways and ports, which
all help to make Malaysia a competitive destination for investment (Table 8.1) (
WEF, 2012). In addition ...