Malaysia's Multimedia Super Corridor and Its First Crisis of Confidence

in Asian Journal of Social Science
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In this paper, Malaysia's attempt to join the 'information society' and 'knowledge economy' by embarking on the ambitious Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) is mapped out and analysed. The discussion is framed in the context of globalization, modernity and the situation in other Muslim societies. Notwithstanding the present national skepticism regarding the MSC, the project has been reasonably well designed and launched. But it is, in the final analysis, only a part of the larger structure of national innovation systems that function equally as 'engines of economic growth.'

Malaysia's Multimedia Super Corridor and Its First Crisis of Confidence

in Asian Journal of Social Science

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