BOOKS ON FREE ZONES

Michael B. Likosky
  • The first which has been published looks at the general move from manufacturing-based zones towards high tech-based ones. The author looks in detail at the Malaysian high tech zone. Michael Likosky from the London based School for Oriental and African Studies interviewed major players involved in this zone as well in Silicon Valley. "It's so useful to look at how the zones actually function in practice" says Mr. Likosky.

    • The Silicon Empire: Law, Culture and Commerce
      (Ashgate 2005)
      Michael B. Likosky

    This book looks at the expansion of Silicon Valley firms into East Asia through a network of free zones. It takes Malaysia's ambitious high tech zone, the Multimedia Super Corridor, as a case study.

  • The second book will be published early in 2006

    • Privatized Infrastructure Projects in Context
      (Cambridge University Press 2006)
      Michael B. Likosky

    This book details the global shift away from publicly carried out infrastructure projects and towards privatized ones.

    It does so through several case studies looking at energy projects, post-war reconstruction, anti-terrorism and critical national infrastructures and also the expansion of EU infrastructures into new member states. He also explores the role of infrastructure projects in high tech zones.



Connie Carter

“SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES IN ASIAN MARKET ECONOMIES”

Edited by Connie Carter and Andrew Harding

 

First Published 2011 by Routledge
2 Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon. Oxon, OX14 4RN

 

Simultaneously published in the USA and Canada by Routledge
270 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016

 

ISBN: 978-0-415-59180-5 (hbk)

ISBN: 978-0-203-84186-0 (ebk

 

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