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Title: The Political Economy of Cross-Strait Investments—Taiwanese High-tech Industry as an Example
Authors: 陳小紅
Chen, Hsiao-Hung Nancy
Contributors: 社會系
Keywords: ECFA;High-tech industrial cluster;Chiwan phenomenon;Prisoner’s dilemma;Peace dividend;Cross-Strait relations
Date: 2011.03
Issue Date: 2014-05-13 17:39:28 (UTC+8)
Abstract: The data analyzed in this paper revealed that Taiwanese high-tech companies that invested in China have grown larger. Industrial clusters have been established in the Greater Shanghai area and to a lesser extent, along the Shenzhen-Dongguan-Guangzhou corridor. These clusters were established along the principles of vertical differentiation. Will the post-ECFA China-Taiwan relations create the “Chiwan” phenomenon or will it present Taiwan with a “prisoner’s dilemma”? The paper proposes that in taking advantage of China’s huge domestic market, Taiwanese high-tech enterprises should maintain their comparative advantage in the world ICT market. In terms of production functions, aside from capital, innovation-driven human resource is perhaps equally, if not more, important in maintaining enterprise profitability and sustainability.
Relation: Seoul Journal of Economics, 24(2), 171-195
Data Type: article
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