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by H. Lee,E. Ramstetter,O. Movshuk
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    H. Lee,E. Ramstetter,O. Movshuk
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    Palgrave Macmillan; 2005 edition (February 11, 2005)
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Lee, Hiro and Ramstetter, Eric D. and Movshuk, Oleksandr, Issues Raised by Restructuring of the Steel Industry in Northeast Asia.

Since the early 1990s, Northeast Asia's steel industry has undergone a remarkable restructuring process. Notably, the region's steel industry lost over 1 million jobs, or over one-quarter of the total, in the 1990s. The policy environment has changed dramatically with governments relying more on market mechanisms. Lee, Hiro and Ramstetter, Eric D. RESTRUCTURING OF THE STEEL INDUSTRY IN NORTHEAST ASIA, pp. 3-25, Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. Hiro Lee (Contact Author). Notably, the region's steel industry lost over 1 million jobs in the 1990s. The policy environment has changed with governments relying more on market mechanisms. Mergers and strategic alliances. ISBN 978-1-4039-4150-3. This study examines how the policy environment has changed with governments relying more on market mechanisms. Mergers and strategic alliances among the region's largest steel makers have Since the early 1990s, Northeast Asia's steel industry has undergone a remarkable restructuring process.

Lee, Hiro and Ramstetter, Eric D. and Movshuk, Oleksandr (2005): Restructuring of the steel industry in Northeast . and Movshuk, Oleksandr (2005): Restructuring of the steel industry in Northeast Asia. Published in: Palgrave Macmillan (February 2005): pp. 1-221. This is the latest version of this item. Is there any evidence that Northeast Asian steel makers are dumping steel in foreign markets? 4. How has the corporate landscape in Northeast Asia changed? How do recent trends toward privatization and the proliferation of strategic alliances relate to the industry's restructuring and what policy issues might they raise? Item Type: MPRA Paper. Original Title: Restructuring of the steel industry in Northeast Asia.

Lee, Hiro & D. Ramstetter, Eric & Movshuk, Oleksandr, 2005. Restructuring of the steel industry in Northeast Asia," MPRA Paper 82287, University Library of Munich, Germany. Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:82287. If you are a registered author of this item, you may also want to check the "citations" tab in your RePEc Author Service profile, as there may be some citations waiting for confirmation.

Restructuring of the Steel Industry in Northeast Asia.

Restructuring of the Steel Industry in Northeast Asia. Statistical tests of the significance of changes in import penetration in manufacturing industries are also conducted.

Lee and Van der Mensbrugghe note, The magnitudes of our results are significantly smaller than those . In Restructuring of the Steel Industry in Northeast Asia, Hiro Lee, Eric D. Ramstetter, and Oleksandr Movshuk, ed. 152–176. Scott, Robert E. 2018.

Lee and Van der Mensbrugghe note, The magnitudes of our results are significantly smaller than those obtained by Francois and Baughman (2001), who estimated that . This was because they evaluated the effects of the imposition of . –20. 7 percent tariffs on steel imports, which were much higher tariff rates than used in our study.

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Since the early 1990s, Northeast Asia's steel industry has undergone a remarkable restructuring process. Notably, the region's steel industry lost over 1 million jobs in the 1990s. The policy environment has changed with governments relying more on market mechanisms. Mergers and strategic alliances among the region's largest steel makers have proliferated and the impact of renewed US protectionism has had minimal effect.