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Institutions, Industrial Upgrading, and Economic - The 'Flying Geese' Paradigm of Catch-up Growth
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Contents: Foreword by Kiyoshi Kojima Preface Part I: Post-WWII Growth Clustering and Japan as a Second Goose 1. Hegemon-Led Growth Clustering and the Flying-Geese Paradigm of Catch-up Growth Part II: Out of, and Beyond, the Limit of Borrowed Knowledge and Home-Spun Goods 2. Labor-Driven Stage - and Logic - of Reconstruction 3. Scale-Driven Stage - and Logic - of Modernizing Heavy and Chemical Industries: A High Growth Period 4. Assembly-Driven Stage - and Logic - of Industrial Upgrading 5. Knowledge-Driven Stage - and Logic - of Catch-up Growth 6. IT-Driven Stage - and Logic - of New Growth 7. Analytics and Stylized Features of Structural Transformation: Additional Theoretical Expositions Part III: Changes in Institutions and Industrial Organization: Toward the Reform-Driven, M&A-Active Period of Growth 8. Network Capitalism: Industrial Organization in Evolution 9. Out of an Institutional Quagmire? International Business to the Rescue Bibliography Index

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Terutomo Ozawa, Emeritus Professor of Economics, Colorado State University and Research Associate, Center on Japanese Economy and Business, Columbia Business School, US

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'. . . the book reviewed here will trigger a further interest in this area of research, and will invite more researchers to seek empirical evidence in the study of post-war industrial growth in Japan.'

-- Hiroshi Ohashi, Journal of the Japanese and International Economies
'This book provides a theoretically informed and empirically illustrative account of modern Japanese industrialization. Ozawa's translation of classical political economy to the Japanese context is both original and accessible and is a welcome addition to the literature on the Japanese variety of capitalism.' -- Tim Reiffenstein, Pacific Affairs
'Ozawa succeeds in extending, building up, and joining the Akamatsu-Kojima lineage of this unique Japan-born theory of economic development from a fresh, unconventional, and discerning perspective.' -- From the foreword by Kiyoshi Kojima

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