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Learning-Based Technology Transfer Policies and Late Development: The South Korea Experience

  • Murad Tiryakioğlu
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Abstract

It is an accepted phenomenon by almost all economic schools of thought that appeared after the industrial revolution that knowledge and technology, which have grown to be important benchmarks, have together played a key role in the development process.

Keywords

Foreign Direct Investment Technology Transfer Liquid Crystal Display East Asian Country Thin Film Transistor 
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Notes

Acknowledgments

The author is grateful to Murat A. Yülek for his valuable comments, ideas, and support.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Afyon Kocatepe UniversityAfyonkarahisarTurkey

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