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The Silicon Dragon

High-Tech Industry in Taiwan

Terence Tsai and Bor-Shiuan Cheng

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.
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Bor-Shiuan Cheng

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Colin Cheng

The service sector is the biggest sector in all the major economies of the world. Competition is fierce and innovation in this sector is no less important than innovation in the manufacturing sector. This study attempts to identify a couple of key factors that can affect innovation performance in the service sector. Resource-based theory and dynamic capabilities theory are used in this study to unlock the intricate effects of market orientation, resource orientation and business model choice on new service performance. Based on the survey data provided by 235 firms in Taiwan, this study found that the interaction of market orientation and resource orientation exerts a significant impact on new service performance. The business model choice further complicates this cause-and-effect relationship.

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Sheng-Cheng Hu

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Kai-ming Cheng

The chapter explains the education system and its evolution in the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong and analyses the political and societal changes and transformations in Hong Kong since it returned to Chinese sovereignty. These have determined, in fundamental ways, how the education system has responded and evolved. It concludes with an indication of the continuing political tensions that are found in education policy in Hong Kong, as in public policy generally.