4 edition of High technology and international competitiveness found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -260) and indexes.
|Statement||Romesh Diwan and Chandana Chakraborty ; foreword by Zoltan J. Acs.|
|Series||Praeger studies in American industry|
|LC Classifications||HC110.H53 D58 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 267 p. :|
|Number of Pages||267|
|LC Control Number||90027810|
Electronics virtually defines “high technology” in the ’s. This assessment sets the characteristics of the technology itself—a technology already of such ubiq-uity that microprocessors and computers outnumber people in the United States— alongside other forces that exert major influences over international com-petitiveness. US Technology Competitiveness Mary E. Lovely and Yang Liang May Mary E. Lovely, nonresident senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, is professor of eco-nomics and Melvin A. Eggers Faculty Scholar at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.
Part of the Technology, Globalization and Development Series book series (TGD) Abstract World economies, especially developing economies, have been shifting since the s away from ‘policy regulation’ towards ‘market orientation’ through liberalisation of state controls on economic activities and also globalising in the sense of. Technology and innovation are becoming key tools to improve equality and to address the most important social challenges. Solutions to social problems should not arise by chance, but by design. Therefore, we support public and private sector organizations in the generation, implementation and dissemination of high-impact social innovations.
In this context, understanding critical success factors (CSFs) of the high-value segment (e.g. novel drugs) of the industry for international competitiveness can help . High Technology Manufacturing and U.S. Competitiveness (Technical Report Book ) - Kindle edition by Kelley, Charles. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading High Technology Manufacturing and U.S. Competitiveness (Technical Report Book ).Manufacturer: RAND Corporation.
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Romesh Diwan is professor of economics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is the author of numerous books and articles on economics, productivity, and competitiveness, including Essays in Gandhian Economics, Productivity and Technical Change in Foodgrains, and Alternative Development Strategies and Appropriate Technology: Policy for an Equitable Cited by: 7.
Foreword Preface Introduction International Competitiveness and U.S. Manufacturing Productivity Concepts and Measures The Translog Function Toward a Theoretical Model Data Description and Historical Trends Structure of Production and Techological Change Capital-Labor Complementarity in High Technology Promoting Technical Change Conclusions.
This paper reviews the literature on technology and competitiveness. First, the concept of the international competitiveness of a country, and various theoretical approaches on. High‐technology firms' perceptions of their international competitiveness. Marian V. Jones. Department of Management, University of Glasgow, UK.
Search for more papers by this author. Dave Crick. Corresponding Author. E-mail address: @ by: Multinationals, Technology & Competitiveness (RLE International Business) Pages pages This book explores some aspects of the interface between technology, competitiveness and the role of multinational enterprises in the world by: 5.
This paper traces the role of technology in economic growth and competitive- ness, summarizes the strategies of the fastest growing economies over the last 50 years from the perspective of their.
In the context of economic globalisation, technology is a key factor in enhancing growth and competitiveness in business. High-tech industries are expanding most strongly in international trade and their dynamism helps to improve performance in other sectors.
Book • Authors: Jiang Zemin China should also use information technology to arm industry and the national economy to increase its international competitiveness and make a quantum leap in the development. To carry out informationization of the country, China must get the whole of society to work in concert and promptly create a sound.
International Competitiveness and Comparative Advantage The concept of international competitiveness, although controversial and elusive, has gained acceptance and competitiveness in high-technology products and efficiently of export has increased (Sevela, ).
Kubielas () RCA index Central and Eastern Europe Countries. Competitiveness is considered by all countries to be a prerequisite for maintaining high levels of income and employment. Greater competitiveness allows developing countries to diversify away from dependence on a few primary-commodity exports and move up the skills and technology.
Get this from a library. U.S. high technology trade and competitiveness. [Victoria L Hatter; United States. International Trade Administration. Office of Trade and Investment Analysis.]. Global Competitiveness Report defines competitive-ness as “the set of institutions, policies, and factors that determine the level of productivity of a coun-try.”2 And IMD’s World Competitiveness Yearbook defines competitiveness similarly, but more broad-ly, as how an “economy manages the totality of its.
The book demonstrates how companies in the industry can enhance their competitiveness in the market place. Aimed at both academics and industry practitioners, this original and challenging work. Keywords: Factor analysis, high-tech industry, regional competitiveness.
national competitive advantages fro THE word high-tech was first used in Technology and International Trade, a book published by the US National Academy of Sciences in It refers to cutting-edge technologies based on theories of modern natural science.
International competitiveness can be defined as a process in which higher levels of competitiveness are achieved at different levels, that is, at firm, regional and national levels.
As such, competitiveness becomes international when it pertains to two or more countries. Such process is captured by. Remaining Competitive in the Technology Industry | 5 Speed of growth and innovation has created opportunities and complexities for the industry and its leaders.
Today, most large technology company executives are faced with the market expectation to rapidly bring a wide range of new value propositions, products and services to the market in ever. Get this from a library.
High-technology manufacturing and U.S. competitiveness. [Charles T Kelley;] -- In response to the concern that an increasing amount of high-technology manufacturing formerly performed in the United States is now being done overseas, the Office of Science and Technology Policy.
Technology allows companies to produce products for less money. As Sudalaimuthu and Anthony Raj explain in the textbook “Logistics Management for International Business,” the cost of shipping goods can account for 25 percent of production costs; thus, the reduction in the cost of shipping significantly decreases the cost of producing goods.
International competitiveness is a measure of the relative cost of goods/services from a country. Countries which can produce the same quality of goods at a lower cost are said to be more competitive. Relative Inflation If the inflation rate is relatively lower than in other countries, then over time you become more competitive because your.
The importance of existence of a strong and dynamic high technology companies sector in the current world economy is enormous as it largely influences the potential for global competitiveness of. During the s and s, American manufacturing enterprises saw their technological dominance challenged by increasingly tough competition from abroad.
This book investigates business responses to those challenges.Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.1 day ago This book explores the ongoing transition of China’s economy by examining how its healthcare industry is growing and changing.
The coronavirus pandemic has reinforced one of the authors' key points: in our complex, fragile, and interconnected societies, the production of health is a vital strategic ‘industry’.