DEVELOPMENTAL TRANSITION IN EAST ASIA

Document Type : Research Paper

Author

Professor; Political Science Department, University of Tehran

Abstract

Development different from economic growth requires radical change in the social system and class transformation and industrialization through the role and function of a developmental state. In contrast to the rest of third world, east Asian Countries could experience a developmental transition and a revolution from above, led by the state and within the frame work of some kind of capitalism and sole the problems like poverty, unemployment and class inequalities, this article trys to explain this experience.

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Volume 47, Issue 4
January 2018
Pages 1065-1083
  • Receive Date: 25 November 2016
  • Revise Date: 06 December 2016
  • Accept Date: 20 February 2017
  • First Publish Date: 22 December 2017