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Yujiro Hayami

Print publication date: 2001

Print ISBN-13: 9780199243976

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0199243972.001.0001

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Tradition and Modernization: A Concluding Remark

Tradition and Modernization: A Concluding Remark

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(p.321) 10. Tradition and Modernization: A Concluding Remark
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Development Economics
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Yujiro Hayami

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/0199243972.003.0011

What should be the right combination of community, market, and state? It depends not only on the stage of economic development but also on the cultural tradition. Under the different value systems in different societies, different combinations of the three organizations are chosen as the mechanisms to control resource allocations. Evolution of different economic systems under different cultural traditions is illustrated through comparisons between Western and Asian countries, especially Japan, in its modernization process. The book concludes with the argument that if developing economies today are to catch up with developed economies, they must develop effective economic systems each suitable to their unique cultural and social traditions.

Keywords:   Asian traditions, community, developing countries, market, moral philosophies, resource allocation, state, Western civil societies

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