Pilot	Studies	for	a	New	Penang	(Asia's	Shift	towards	Innovation	and	its	Implications	for	Penang)
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Pilot Studies for a New Penang (Asia's Shift towards Innovation and its Implications for Penang)

by Wong Poh Kam ; Ho Yuen Ping

Most of the chapters in this volume were first presented at the Penang Outlook Forum 2009, held on 1-2 June 2009 at the E&O Hotel in Penang. A few others have been added to complement those at the conference.
          
At present, comprehensive and authoritative studies on Penang's current economic conditions are a rarity. This book is thus an effort to correct that lack. Evidence does suggest that the state had not been doing well in the first half of the first decade of the new millennium.
          
Being a small state situated relatively far away from the administrative capital of Putrajaya, Penang has to be economically innovative if it is to regain its place at the forefront of Malaysian development. The relationship between the state and the federal government remains a vital matter.

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  • Publisher : ISEAS / SERI
  • Publication Date : 2010-01-03
  • Product Code : 9789814279703C02

About Author

Wong Poh Kam ; Ho Yuen Ping

Wong Poh Kam is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Business Policy, Faculty of Business Administration, National University of Singapore. Prior to his present position, he headed a private research and consultancy firm in Malaysia for several years and conducted various economic studies for national government and international institutions, including the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (Unido), United Nations Centre on Transnational Corporations (UNCTC), and the Asian Development Bank (ADB). His current research interests are in industry and competitive strategy analysis, and the economics of technology. ; Ho Yuen-Ping is Research Manager at the NUS Entrepreneurship Centre, National University of Singapore.