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    Title: 台灣經濟形貌: 增進公共政策效益之動態群聚模式
    Economic Landscape of Taiwan: Dynamic Cluster Models for Public Policy Effectiveness
    Authors: 談仲光
    Contributors: 吳玲君
    林月雲

    Wu, Lin Jun
    Lin, Yeh Yun

    談仲光
    Keywords: 經濟發展
    經濟地貌
    產業特色
    擴散效應
    產業鏈外移
    動態
    成長分析
    Economic Development
    Cluster Mapping
    Economic Landscape
    Specializations
    Agglomeration
    Spillovers
    Supply-Chain Migration
    Dynamism
    Growth Analyses
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2016-08-03 11:38:45 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Economic dynamics have been driven in a high pace, and understanding the trajectory of the economics is important. Technology advancement and globalization have triggered a paradigm shift in the recent economic growths from a supply-driven to demand-driven market. The change greatly impacted the policy makers’ decision flow to make effective policies in a timely base. Three economic policy decision models: top-down, bottom-up, and interactive, are researched and compared in this paper to reflect the differences. This research utilizes cluster mapping framework and growth dynamics to derive Taiwan’s economic landscape and agglomeration models. Through the analyses of cluster dynamism, challenges and potentials are pointed out, and a graphical tool is designed to unite policy makers, practitioners, and researchers for effective economic development initiatives. Finally, a conclusion is made with recommendations on Taiwan’s cluster initiatives.
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    亞太研究英語博士學位學程(IDAS)
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