3 edition of Catching-up to foreign technology? found in the catalog.
Catching-up to foreign technology?
|Statement||Giovanni Peri, Dieter Urban.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- no. 10893., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 10893.|
|Contributions||Urban, Dieter., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 p. :|
|Number of Pages||39|
BEIJING — China is close to matching the United States as a source of official grants and loans to developing countries, but much of Beijing’s financing serves its own economic interests and yields scant benefits for recipients, a multinational group of researchers reported Wednesday.. The research by AidData, a lab at the College of William & Mary in Virginia, is the most . Market-oriented reforms were a key feature of the development model that was followed in almost all EU CESEE countries from the mids, spurring productivity gains and access to foreign technology and capital. However, in most non-EU countries in the region, typically the catching-up process gained speed only later.
Until recently, American perceptions of Chinese technology tended to be either hopeful or dismissive. On the hopeful side, the information revolution was taken as a sure drive of greater freedom.. “Imagine if the Internet took hold in China,” George W. Bush said in a presidential debate in China was a world leader in science and technology until the early years of the Ming dynasty. Chinese discoveries and Chinese innovations such as papermaking, printing, the compass, and gunpowder (the Four Great Inventions) contributed to the economic development in East Asia, the Middle East and e scientific activity started to decline in the fourteenth century.
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For a certain technology, if three curves—the inverted S-curve, the learning curve, and the catching-up curve—are given, the costs of learning and catching up can be determined. The latecomer thus has to conduct its own cost-benefit analysis: the cost of learning, the cost of catching-up, and the potential market size which will give return Cited by: 1.
Downloadable (with restrictions). The presence of foreign multinational enterprises may benefit local economies. In particular, highly productive foreign-owned firms may promote technological catch-up of local firms. Such channel of spillovers is defined as "Veblen-Geschenkron" effect of Foreign Direct Investments and is analyzed in this article.
the challenge for technological catching-up is to acquire and build upon external knowledge that often resides in foreign countries or in their firms and institutions. The extent to which followers can acquire external knowledge is determined in part by the nature of knowledge (Zander and.
Peri and Urban () tried to demonstrate the impact of foreign direct investment on improving the technological level of developing countries; Bentzen (). Another indicator that is often invoked in analyses of catching-up and technology transfer is inward foreign direct investments (FDI), on the grounds that those that do such.
journal is available at JSTPC 1,1 Catching-up through staged development and innovation The case of Chinese telecom. 'He [the author] has beautifully brought out the case how technology is neither a simple transferable commodity nor even a mere generic information the reviewer would strongly recommend this book to all Central and State Governments decision makers in almost all departments, industry leaders, R&D personnel from industry and Government laboratories.
Learning and the formation of capabilities by domestic firms have proven a necessary condition for catching up because they provide the catching up country with the ability to absorb foreign knowledge and technology and adapt it to local demand and needs, generate new knowledge, create new products and technologies, and by: At a time when globalization and technology are dramatically altering the world we live in, is education reform in the United States headed down the right path.
Are schools emphasizing the knowledge and skills that students need in a global society--or are they actually undermining their strengths by overemphasizing high-stakes testing and standardization.
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Google Scholar. World Bank, World Bank. ().Cited by: Downloadable (with restrictions). Using data for 55 developing and developed countries, this research examines the roles of technology transfer, research intensity, educational attainment, and the ability to absorb foreign technology in explaining cross-country differences in productivity growth.
The results show that innovation is an important factor for growth in OECD countries. catching up process. By analyzing the Haier CATCH UP STRATEGIES OFASIAN FIRMS: A MICRO-LEVEL PERSPECTIVE Jintian Yua, Ard-Pieter de Man b, Geert Duystersb* and Tom van Rijsewijkb aWuhan University of Technology, Luoshi Road, Wuhan, China bECIS and UNU-MERIT, TC Maastricht, The Netherlands (Received 28 February ; accepted 17.
Developing the Concept of Science and Technology Diplomacy. The idea of science and technology diplomacy gradually spread among the S&T and diplomatic communities in Japan. At the same time, however, as the “catching up” nations rapidly increased their presence, it became difficult for Japan to maintain a leading position in the field of S&T.
“This book attempts to interpret the economic and historical implications of transition within the framework of catching up industrialization, and this reviewer basically agrees with the auguments of the book.
In sum it provides a basis for a detailed reconsideration of the concepts of catching up and social capability.”. The intensity of R&D and patenting in China increased dramatically, especially in the foreign-invested firms but China's share of biotechnology patenting in the US, EPO and Japan are very low.
In summary, Chinese biotechnology ‘industry' is Cited by: 2. Catching up and leapfrogging in a high-tech manufacturing industry: towards a firm-level taxonomy of knowledge accumulation 19 December | Knowledge Management Research & Practice, Vol. 15, No. 1 Catch-up in nanotechnology industry in China from the aspect of process-based innovationCited by: Tran, V.
"Foreign Capital and Technology in the Process of Catching Up by the Developing Countries: the Experience of the Synthetic Fiber Industry in the Republic of Korea." The Developing Economies 26 ().
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Education meets the virtual world A majority of our schools have done little more than offer courses on computer keyboarding and other simple computer skills, besides using the new technology to enhance the teaching of traditional subjects. (Doug: This was a general finding of my.
Over the past three decades, China has experienced rapid economic growth and a fascinating transformation of its industry. However, much of this success is the result of industrial imitation, and China's continuing success now relies heavily on its ability to strengthen its indigenous innovation by: Catching Up with the Competition Opportunities are provided for private OpposItIOn of grants.
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These principles are commonly followed inCited by: In fact, one of the purposes of conducting indigenous R&D was to gain a stronger bargaining position in acquiring foreign patent licenses, and acquiring foreign technology allowed catching-up firms to build up internal technological capabilities.
In other words, imitation leads to innovation and vice versa. Kim's findings are less than : Hyungsub Choi.