By Reginald Kwok
Taipei's quest to develop into an international urban is the major to its city improvement. Globalizing Taipei seems to be at this "Asian Dragon", an important urban within the South China progress Triangle and a centre for transnational creation, revealing how the improvement of this capital has acquired company nation aid yet is conditioned through foreign and family politics.The publication is split into 4 components: financial and spatial restructuring, nation and society realignment, social differentiation and cultural reorientation. each one analyzes the interplay of foreign, nation and native politics within the shaping of the city's city setting considering the fact that international battle II.All individuals to this edited quantity are Taiwan students featuring serious insiders' perspectives. in line with every one author's specialization and learn concentration, each one bankruptcy presents an in-depth attention of 1 of Taipei's developmental matters generated via globalization. jointly they supply vast, insightful and coherent insurance of this significant time in Taipei's worldwide transmutation.
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Third, the opening of the massive market in the advanced industrial countries, mainly the US, rendered export possible and allowed for an industrial restructuring (Massey, 1984). , 1980). Taiwan took advantage of this production opportunity and transformed itself into an export-oriented economy. A number of key factors characterized Taiwan’s export industrialization process in the 1960s. First, it was the state, rather than the market itself, that initiated the transformation process (Wade, 1990).
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Globalizing Taipei The Political Economy of Spatial Development (Planning History and the Environment Series) by Reginald Kwok