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Title: Technology and size of manufacturing industries for regional balance and labor employment : a study of peninsular Malaysia
Authors: Council for Asian Manpower Studies
Hassan, O.R.
Keywords: ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
INDUSTRY
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION
INCOME DISTRIBUTION
REGIONAL DISPARITY
MALAYSIA
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
ECONOMIC GROWTH
EMPLOYMENT CREATION
SMALL SCALE INDUSTRY
DECENTRALIZATION
PRODUCTION FACTORS
PRODUCTION FUNCTIONS
LOCATION FACTORS
COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE
LABOUR COSTS
INVESTMENT
ECONOMIC MODELS
Date: 1977
Publisher: Council for Asian Manpower Studies, Quezon City, PH
Series/Report no.: Discussion paper series / Council for Asian Manpower Studies; no. 77-11
Abstract: Economic analysis of manufacturing industry productivity and income distribution in light of regional disparities in Malaysia - evaluates economic development strategies to increase economic growth and employment creation, to establish small scale industry and to encourage decentralization; discusses production factors, production function, location factor, comparative advantage, labour cost and capital investment. Economic models, statistical data, bibliography.
Description: Thesis, University of the Philippines, 1977
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/1491
Project Number: 740062
Project Title: Council for Asian Manpower Studies (CAMS I)
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