Jiann-Chyuan Wang

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The Statute for Upgrading Industries (SUI) applies tax incentive, subsidies, and supporting measures to assist companies with industrial and technological activities, and the SUI is considered as one of Taiwan’s key industrial technology policies. In the SUI, investment tax credits for R&D, personnel training, automation activities receive the highest share(More)
The global financial crisis that began in 2008 exposed weaknesses in Taiwan’s industrial structure and in the structure of its foreign trade; it also pointed out the importance of industrial upgrading and transformation if Taiwan is to remain economically competitive. The aim of this paper is to explore the strategies that Taiwan has adopted in response to(More)
  • Tony Weir, Oliver Harrop, +17 authors K J Stiroh
  • 2002
FOREWORD Over the past few years, there has been wide recognition of the increasing role of knowledge within the production process and the transformation of industrial economies into new, or knowledge-based, economies (KBEs). In 2000, the Economic Committee report Towards Knowledge-Based Economies in APEC noted that economic growth appears to be most(More)
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