This setting lets you change the way you view articles. You can choose to have articles open in a dialog window, a new tab, or directly in the same window.
Open in Dialog
Open in New Tab
Open in same window

Journal of Economic Literature - Book Review

JEL Volume. 49, Issue 1 | leftPrevious Review Next Review right

Expand

Quick Tools:

Print Article Summary
Sign up for Email Alerts Follow us on Twitter Subscription Information
(Institutional Administrator Access)

Explore:

JEL - All Issues

JEL Forthcoming Articles JEL Indexes (Members Only)
Book(s) Reviewed

Emergent Economies, Divergent Paths: Economic Organization and International Trade in South Korea and Taiwan by Robert C. Feenstra and Gary G. Hamilton

Published By: Structural Analysis in the Social Sciences series, vol. 29. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0-521-62209-3
Date of Publication: 2006


Book Review Detail

Reviewed by: James E. Rauch of University of California, San Diego
Review DOI: 10.1257/jel.49.1.129.r13
Review Pages: 162-64

Book Review Abstract

James E. Rauch of University of California, San Diego reviews "Emergent Economies, Divergent Paths: Economic Organization and International Trade in South Korea and Taiwan" by Robert C. Feenstra and Gary G. Hamilton. The EconLit Abstract of the reviewed work begins, “Studies the business groups in South Korea and Taiwan and what their different paths of development say about economic organization. Discusses the problem of economic organization; interpreting business groups in South Korea and Taiwan; a model of business groups--the interaction of authority and market....”


Book Review Full-Text Access



Book Review Authors

James E. Rauch of University of California, San Diego


JEL Classifications

F14: Country and Industry Studies of Trade
L14: Transactional Relationships; Contracts and Reputation; Networks
P16: Capitalist Systems: Political Economy


Journal of Economic Literature


Quick Tools:

Sign up for Email Alerts

Follow us on Twitter

Subscription Information
(Institutional Administrator Access)

Explore:

JEL - All Issues

JEL - Forthcoming Articles

Virtual Field Journals


AEA Member Login:


AEAweb | AEA Journals | Contact Us