Asian Tigers—The New Industrialized Nations
Lecture no. 34 from the course: The Industrial Revolution
Taught by Professor Patrick N. Allitt | 27 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online History Courses
Since World War II, Japan, China, and other Asian nations have emerged as industrial powerhouses. Follow Japan as it gradually built a reputation for making dependable, low-priced goods. Then shift your attention to China and see how it has achieved rapid economic growth in recent decades. Conclude with an examination of modern-day India.