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    Title: Implications of Dual Status for Taiwan's Nonprofit Institutes for Economic Affairs: III's Dilemma in e-Industrialization
    Authors: 彭慧鸞
    Poong, Hwei-Luan
    Keywords: nonprofit institutes for economic affairs (NIEAs, 經濟事務財團法人,);Institute for Information Industry (III, 資訊工業策進會);e-Taiwan policy;public research institutes;quasi-state status
    Date: 2005-09
    Issue Date: 2016-10-24 15:57:26 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This paper examines the unique role of nonprofit institutes for economic affairs (NIEAs, 經濟事務財團法人) in Taiwan's industrial transformation. The argument is that the conventional wisdom on public research institutes as state actors in industrial transformation will have to be revisited in order to better understand state intervention in Taiwan's industrialization. The dual status of the Institute for Information Industry (III, 資訊工業策進會) provides an excellent example of how an NIEA went through an institutional transformation to extricate itself from a political and economic impasse and justify state intervention in a more sophisticated way. Namely, on the one hand, NIEAs enjoy financial and politically privileged support from the state. On the other hand, the strategy of spinning off profitable units legitimizes their profit-making conduct without compromising their quasi-state nonprofit status. This paper argues that the operation of NIRAs may be controversial, but one should not ignore their unique institutional arrangement when studying Taiwan's industrial transformation.
    Relation: Issues & Studies,41(3),1-30
    Data Type: article
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