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Who is Alice Amsden?
Alice Amsden was a researcher in the field of heterodox political economy. She died suddenly on March 15, 2012, at her home in Cambridge at the age of 68; she was the Barton L.
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- written works: "Market access, FDI/trade linkages in Eastern Europe", "International firms and labour in Kenya: 1945-70", "Industrialization under new WTO law", "Asia's next giant", "The market meets its match", "The rise of "the rest"", "The State and Taiwan's Economic Development"
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by David Waldner
But the state prevented oligopolistic market structures from diluting efficiency gains induced by interfirm competition by creating a system Alice Amsden refers to as "oligopolist competition."72 Finally, whereas Korea and Taiwan began their ...
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