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    Title: 馬來西亞人力發展與外人直接投資技術移轉的關連性之研究
    Other Titles: The relationship between human resources development and technology transfer of foreign direct investment in malaysia
    Authors: 廖先立;Liao, Hsien-li
    Contributors: 淡江大學東南亞研究所碩士班
    林欽明;Lin, Chin-ming
    Keywords: 外人直接投資;技術移轉;人力發展;Foreign Direct Investment;technology transfer;Human resources development
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:59:26 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 外人直接投資一直是開發中國家發展經濟的一項利器,馬來西亞便是以外人直接投資來發展國家產業。過去同樣以外人直接投資為發展工具的東亞新興國家,獲得產業的技術移轉,在各自不同產業中逐漸嶄露頭角,而馬來西亞則無法在技術移轉上獲得相當程度的成效。
    Foreign direct investment(FDI) in developing countries has always been a profitable tool for economic and industrial development as well as in Malaysia. However the Malaysia can not get a certain extent on effectiveness of technology transfer such as other emerging East Asian countries that using the same investment in the past, to come to the fore of different industries.

    Literature over the past pointed out that foreign technique which can not transfer to local area is due to the problem of inadequate human resources in Malaysia. Therefore, this study will being with explore the impact of foreign direct investment to Malaysia industries, and to go a step further about how foreign direct investment exactly help the growth of labor technique. In addition, here will also show the possibility of technology transfer by the fact of foreign direct investment in Malaysia, and discuss how its benefit the technology transfer when human resources and developments be expanded. Eventually, social problem which about income distribution will be find out in this research as well.

    From a view of technology development, this study discovered that technique limitation of specific investment in Malaysia from foreign investors is unfavorable to expand the industries. Although Malaysia has already make a significant progress of manpower cultivation and research and development, the substance effects of technology transfer is still need to be verified, and some of the problems such as income distribution might also depends on effective policies by Malaysia government.
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