English, Article edition: Economic development and geopolitics: a tale of two regions Thamir M. Salih

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Title
  • Economic development and geopolitics: a tale of two regions
Author
  • Thamir M. Salih
Physical Description
  • article
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  • Purpose – This paper aims to discuss aspects of successful and unsuccessful development experiences in southeast and southwest corners of Asia. Design/​methodology/​approach – It provides historical background to practices, strategies and policies adopted by policymakers in both of these regions. It identifies factors that a successful development cannot do without. Findings – The paper concludes that geopolitics can inspire and exploit religion and ethnicity to impede LDCs' development. Originality/​value – Examines the process of development from a practical standpoint in two different areas in Asia: first, Malaysia, Taiwan and South Korea, and, second, Iraq, to identify factors that development cannot be successful without.
  • Central Asia, Economic development, Globalization, International trade, South East Asia
  • RePEc:eme:ijsepp:v:32:y:2005:i:10:p:857-867
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  • English
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