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National Innovation Systems for Rapid Technological Catch-up : An analytical framework and a comparative analysis of Korea , Taiwan and Singapore

@inproceedings{Wong1999NationalIS,
  title={National Innovation Systems for Rapid Technological Catch-up : An analytical framework and a comparative analysis of Korea , Taiwan and Singapore},
  author={P. Wong},
  year={1999}
}
Among small, late-industrializing economies in the developing world, three – Korea, Taiwan and Singapore – have achieved remarkably rapid industrial and technological catch-up. More interestingly, they have done so by evolving distinctly different models of national innovation system. This paper presents an analytical framework for characterizing the generic evolutionary paths for rapid technological catch-up by late-industrializing countries. The framework seeks to integrate three theoretical… Expand

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