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タイトル: A journey through the secret history of the Flying Geese Model
著者: Kumagai, Satoru
熊谷, 聰
キーワード: East Asia
Southeast Asia
Economic development
Development theory
Flying Geese Model
東アジア
東南アジア
経済発展
開発論
雁行型経済発展論
Issue Date: Jun-2008
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: IDE Discussion Paper. No. 158. 2008.6
抄録: Economic development in East Asia is characterized by the sequential "take-off" of member countries. This multi-tiered economic development in East Asia is often termed the “Flying Geese” pattern of economic development. However, some authors argue that the traditional Flying Geese pattern is not applicable to some industries such as electronics. Here, Japan may no longer be the sole "leading goose", with "followers" such as China (now producing cutting-edge products) having "caught-up". Does this mean that the Flying Geese Model has become "obsolete" in the 21st century? The main objective of this paper is to clarify the two concepts of Flying Geese which now seem confused: (1) application of the pattern of economic development in one specific country, and (2) application of the pattern of economic development to multiple countries in sequence. This paper provides validity checks of Flying Geese Models after differentiating these two concepts more clearly
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/775
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