The Silicon Dragon is a systematic study of the growth of high-tech giants in the Greater China Region, depicting the success story of the microelectronics industry in Taiwan.
The book examines the government policies that acted as catalysts to the growth of high-tech industries in Taiwan, along with the roles of high-tech ‘incubators’ and government-administered science parks. The authors provide case studies of high profile companies including Acer, Philips Semiconductors and Macronix International, and interviews with key decision makers to highlight the corporate strategies adopted in response to government policies and global commercial demand. Finally, insightful narratives on the birth and growth of a government-fostered strategic industry are provided, as is a synopsis of the Asian contribution to the evolution of the global microelectronics development.
High-Tech Industry in Taiwan
Chapter 2: ‘The Cradle of Technology’: The Industrial Technology Research Institute
Subjects: asian studies, asian business, asian economics, asian innovation and technology, business and management, asia business, international business, organisational innovation, economics and finance, asian economics, innovation and technology, asian innovation, organisational innovation, technology and ict
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