Извоз на технолошко-интензивни производи како конкурентска предност на новоиндустријализираните земји - со осврт на Република Кореја
Hi-Tech Exports as a Competitive Advantage of Highly-Industrialized Countries - The Korea Case
Goran Kovachev ()
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The main intention of this paper is to show how science, technology, R&D and hi-tech innovations in production and trade can lead to expansion of exports and change foreign trade status of a country from net importer to net exporter. The paper is divided into three general units. The first is a review of how the use of new technology can obtain competitive advantage in international trade. The second section provides an empirical analysis of how hi-tech helped the newly industrialized countries in East and Southeast Asia to become "export tigers". The third part is a comparative analysis of economies of both South Korea and North Korea. It compares modern capitalist way of doing business by applying hi-tech vis-à-vis socialist economic order. The methods of statistical data analysis, comparative analysis and method of deduction are widely used in the paper.
Keywords: hi-tech; international trade; expansion of exports; competitiveness; newly industrialized countries; Asian tigers; Korea (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: E69 F00 F14 F41 L52 O38 O53 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2003-06, Revised 2003-06
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Published in Competitiveness and Industrial Policy Course (2003): pp. 1-37
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