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Developed Economies of Asia

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Abstract

The chapter examines the East Asian economic systems of five advanced Asian economies: Japan, the Republic of Korea, Hong Kong (special administrative region of People’s Republic of China), Singapore, and Taiwan (province of People’s Republic of China). Having formed an alternative to mainstream Western development system, these economies managed to catch up with Western developed economies in a few decades and enter the group of developed post-industrial economies that are at the forefront of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The chapter examines the main factors contributing to the formation of their economic systems, the structure and dynamics of socio-economic development and the main challenges to sustainable development in the advanced Asian economies.

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Metadata
Title
Developed Economies of Asia
Author
Sofia Rebrey
Copyright Year
2023
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-20328-2_17

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