The role of the state in East Asian development has always been a controver ial issue. On the one hand, neoclassical economists argued that three decades of extraordinary Ea t Asian growth were largely the consequence of policies that let the market function and kept distortions to a minimum (Krueger 1995). On the other, critics of the neoclassical approach maintained that the close ties between industry and government and selective government interventions were critical to the...[Show more]
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