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CO-EVOLUTION OF THE ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY: POLICY INTERACTIONS ACROSS THE PACIFIC

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 This study highlights the cross-border co-evolution of the global electronics industry, under international policy interactions. From the world distribution of the major IT producing and using firms, and the fabrication and trading network, the prominence of the Pacific Rim nexus stands out. The comparative advantages and trade gains of individual economies are decided by the impact of the institutional and policy matrix. In turn, their competing yet complementary relations give policy analysis a historical perspective. The policy performance interplay yields new insight into both how the world stands, and what the national policy should be, other things being given. Copyright 2007 The Authors Journal compilation 2007 Blackwell Publishing Ltd

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