Publication Date

7-1990

Abstract

[Excerpt] Have workers in the newly industrializing countries (NIC's) of Asia benefited from the rapid economic growth in their economies? In this important book, Frederic Deyo contends that "beneath the miracle" of economic growth is the "extreme political subordination and exclusion of workers" in the economic development of Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan. He sees the inability of East Asian workers to "influence the political and economic decisions that have shaped their lives" as the "dark underside" of Asian economic growth. The main body of the book is an examination of why this subordination has taken place.

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Suggested Citation

Fields, G. S. (1990). [Review of the book Beneath the miracle: Labor subordination in the new Asian industrialism] [Electronic version]. Industrial and Labor Relations Review 43(5), 661.

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