The neo-classical ascendancy: the Australian Economic Policy Community and Northeast Asian Economic Growth
The Australian economic policy community has vigorously championed an interpretation of Northeast Asia's economic success that sees that success through the prism of conventional neo-classical economics. The leading voices in that policy community have argued that selective governmental assistance to targeted industries has been neither a necessary nor a sufficient condition for the economic success of the Northeast Asian market economies (Japan, South Korea and Taiwan); that in cases where...[Show more]
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