This book originated with a conference that we held at Pontificia Universidad Cat61ica de Chile in late 1981. When we organized the conference, our focus was to provide policymakers and entrepreneurs with a summary of the experiences and lessons of countries that have pursued policies geared to export-led growth. After the conference we decided that the papers would be useful to a much wider audience and should be prepared for publication. The revised papers are contained in this volume.
Table of Contents
List of Tables -- List of Figures – Preface -- 1 INTRODUCTION – 2 SMALL OPEN ECONOMIES: THE MAIN ISSUES / Vittorio Corbo and Fernando Ossa – 3 FOREIGN TRADE AND INVESTMENT AS BOOSTERS FOR TAKE-OFF: THE EXPERIENCE OF TAIWAN / s. c. Tsiang – 4 LESSONS FROM SOUTH KOREA'S EXPERIENCE WITH INDUSTRIALIZATION / Kwang Suk Kim – 5 RAPID GROWTH AND RELATIVE PRICE STABILITY IN A SMALL OPEN ECONOMY:• THE EXPERIENCE OF SINGAPORE / Pang Eng Fong and Linda Lim – 6 ECONOMIC GROWTH AND STRUCTURAL CHANGE IN THE SMALL OPEN ECONOMY OF HONG KONG / Dr. Yun Wing Sung – 7 OPENING UP AND LIBERALIZING THE CHILEAN ECONOMY: THE 1970S / Hernan Cortes Douglas – 8 THE EXPERIENCE AND LESSONS OF ASIA'S SUPER EXPORTERS / Anne 0. Krueger – 9 SOURCES OF GROWTH AND STRUCTURAL CHANGE IN THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA AND TAIWAN: SOME COMPARISONS / Jaime de Melo – 10 EMPLOYMENT, INCOME DISTRIBUTION, AND GROWTH IN THE EAST ASIAN CONTEXT: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS / Gustav Ranis – 11 FINANCIAL STRUCTURE, MONETARY POLICY, AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN HONG KONG, SINGAPORE, TAIWAN, AND SOUTH KOREA, 1960-1983 / Maxwell J. Fry – INDEX.