Chapter Two advances the book’s contextual rationality framework, which builds upon three bodies of scholarship: diffusion, economic rationality and comparative capitalism. It conceptualizes the norms that are fundamental to the study, and develops how and why the norms impact the design of efforts in the VC policy area. Based upon the conceptualization of how norm affect the learning process, the chapter develops the analytical narratives of Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore, articulating expectations around what transformations materialize in each state. Together, the cases cover a neoliberal to statist range of norms within East Asia.
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