GDLN Asia Pacific is built on the principle of shared resources among partners engaged in a common task, and this is visible in the organizational structures that exist, as the network evolves. Physical space for its headquarters is provided by the host of the GDLN Centre in Thailand – Chulalongkorn University; Technical expertise and some infrastructure is provided by the Tokyo Development Learning Centre (TDLC); Fiduciary services are provided by Australian National University (ANU) Until the GDLN Asia Pacific is established as a legal entity tin Thailand, ANU, has offered to assist the governing committee, by providing a means of managing the inflow and outflow of funds and of reporting on them. This admittedly results in some complexity in contracting arrangements, which need to be worked out on a case by case basis and depends to some extent on the legal requirements of the countries involved.
For adequate understanding of the issues involved in this study, it is imperative to review what essentially. Constitutes industrialization. Though a generally accepted definition is not available but it (industrialization) has been described as the engine of economic growth. To began with a tautology, industrialization is the process by which a non-industrialization economy be comes an industrialized one. Further more, industrialization may be defined as the process by which industries are established, replicated, and sustained with a view to increasing the share of industrial output while also enhancing the national productive capacity to process raw materials and to manufacture both consumption and capital goods.