Found 2 article(s) for author 'Manufacturing growth'

Manufacturing and Inclusive Growth: The Experience in the Rest of the World

Manufacturing and Inclusive Growth: The Experience in the Rest of the World. Robert Lawrence, 2017, Paper, “This report describes some of the results from the second phase of the research project on the role of manufacturing in inclusive growth. The first phase of the project examined the US experience. In the second phase, undertaken by Robert Lawrence and Danial Lashkari – a graduate student in the Harvard Department of Economics, the scope of the analysis has broadened to explore the experience of manufacturing employment growth in the rest of the world.Link

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From Commodity Booms to Economic Miracles: Why Southeast Asian Industry Lagged Behind

From Commodity Booms to Economic Miracles: Why Southeast Asian Industry Lagged Behind. Jeffrey Williamson, May 2015, Paper. “Except for the Philippines between 1896 and 1939, Southeast Asia was never part of the century-long East Asian industrial catching up until after World War II. Before the 1950s, Southeast Asian manufacturing hardly grew at all: while commodity export processing did grow fast, import-competing manufacturing and manufacturing for local consumption did not. Singapore and Thailand started recording catching up growth rates on the western leaders only from the 1950s onwards, and Indonesia and Malaysia joined the club only after 1973…Link

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