Drivers Of Competitiveness

Author: Diego Comin
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN: 981470475X
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Unlike most existing books in the field, Drivers of Competitiveness is a self-contained case book ideal for classroom use. The cases in the book are brand new.

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 Global Competitiveness Report 2004 2005

Author: Michael E. Porter
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9781403949134
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The World Economic Forum continues its tradition of excellence with the 25th edition of the annual Global Competitiveness Report featuring the latest national statistics and results of the Executive Opinion Survey, which captures the ...

Re Shaping The Malaysian Industrial Sector

Author: Siew Yean Tham
Publisher:
ISBN:
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In addition, the rapidly changing external environment in terms of global trade
governance and the rise of large competitors such as India and China will
certainly challenge the prospects of Malaysia maintaining its industrial
competitiveness in the future. Upgrading its industrial competitiveness position
for the next decade will pose even greater challenges than those encountered in
the last decade. 4.2. 1 Drivers of Industrial Competitiveness UNIDO also
identified five main causal ...

Universities And Colleges As Economic Drivers

Author: Jason E. Lane
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 1438445008
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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 ...

The Report Malaysia 2010 Oxford Business Group

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Publisher: Oxford Business Group
ISBN: 1907065202
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competitiveness. A 2010 plan by Outsourcing Malaysia should encourage the
more than 100 members of the group to consolidate. A state fund for SSO
mergers and acquisitions is a part of this scheme. Local firms are likely to best
compete ... The industry, which is facing intense global competition, must reinvent
itself in order to compete globally. ... THE DRIVERS:The government has long
been proactive in the development of the ICT sector, primarily via incentives and
investments.

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 ...

2015 Annual Competitiveness Analysis Agricultural Productivity And Development Vision For Asean 10

Author: Khee Giap Tan
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9813147474
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The decomposition of TFP growth according to the Malmquist index method
further shed ght on the drivers of TFP in the region, as well as the remarkable
heterogeneity within th *gional bloc. In particular, among the top-4 performers,
TFP growth in Malaysia was mainl riven by TC as the Malaysian government has
been very active in promoting agricultural R&D articularly in palm oil and rubber.
In contrast, TFP growth in Indonesia seems to have generall een determined by
TEC, which ...

Routledge Handbook Of Contemporary Malaysia

Author: Meredith L. Weiss
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317629590
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Despite official recommendations to halve levels of protection to improve
efficiency and international competitiveness, the government continued to
provide high levels of protection for inefficient import-substituting industries and
even ... the three questions posed at the start of this chapter about the
relationship between rent-seeking and money politics in Malaysia, the drivers of
rent-seeking and money politics, and the impact of these on the contestation for,
and allocation of, rents.