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Title: 中國半導體產業發展模式:2000-2005一個跨國比較的途徑
The developmental model of China's semiconductor industry: 2000-2005 A cross-national comparative approach
Authors: 呂爾浩
Lu, Erh Hao
Contributors: 吳玉山
Wu, Yu Shan
Lu, Erh Hao
Keywords: 發展型國家
Developemental State
Cross-National Comparative Approach
Semiconductor Industry
Strategic Industrial Policy
Circular 18
Date: 2008
Issue Date: 2010-12-08 11:31:52 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 學界普遍認為中國半導體產業在2000年以降快速崛起主要因素是中國各級政府仿效東亞國家八十年代扶持半導體產業模式。也就是「發展型國家」(Developmental State)角色。如中國中央政府推動半導體策略性產業政策:提供優惠稅賦(「國務院十八號文件」)以及進行大規模研發計畫(「八六三計畫」);地方政府則提供半導體廠商建廠資金和低價建廠成本。然而,實際上,從跨國比較觀點分析在中國政府半導體產業角色,發現我們可以發現中國政府在半導體產業角色與「發展型國家」的理念型有所差異。基於上述討論有兩個主要研究目的:
1.建立國家機關角色類型學,了解中國個案與既有類型異同之處。以此,提出新理論架構:第一個指標:國家機關干預型式,主要指國家是否推動「策略性產業政策」;第二個指標、企業財產權關係: 企業財產權屬於國家或私人。兩個指標和各自有兩個變異,因此形成二乘二的四個國家機關角色類型學。
Scholars argued that the rapid development of China's semiconductor industry due to strategic industry policy, known as East Asian “Developmental State Model”. China central government provided preferential domestic sale tax (Circular 18) for China-based semiconductor firms and launched national R&D project (863); local government also provides loans and low building cost for semiconductor enterprises. However, as cross-countries comparing role of state in the semiconductor industry, China’s case still is different from ideal type of Developmental State. Based on the discussion above, this dissertation has two main research purposes:

1.Establishing the typology of state: what different China's case with other nations and propose a new theoretical framework. The first indicator is whether State to promote "Strategic Industrial Policy" or not; the second corporate property relations: the second indicator is property rights of enterprises, which is government owned or private. The two indicators have two variations, so the format a typology, three types role of state in two by two matrix.
2.Analyzing the causal factors of role of state: how does extent of economic backwardness, characteristics of bureaucratic system and types policy network influence roles of state.
For a cross-nations studies, I selected four variety cases and time dividing points: United States (before and after 1985-1990), Japan(before and after 1976-1980), Taiwan ( before and after 1984-1988), and China (before and fater 2000-2005) to define role of state and its causal factors.
This study has three main findings: First, the extent of backwardness of a nations determined its role of state. Second, level of Weberian bureaucracy level affected complete extent of Developmental State" and Entrepreneurial Developmental State" , but would not determined its role of state.
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