3 edition of Innovation and Structural Change in Post-Socialist Countries (NATO SCIENCE PARTNERSHIP SUB-SERIES: 4: Science and Technology Policy Volume 20) found in the catalog.
October 31, 1999
Written in English
|Contributions||D. Dyker (Editor), S. Radosevic (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||464|
Structural change can be both, a cause or a consequence of innovation, while structural change and innovations are usually accompanied by short-term outcomes of social inclusion or exclusion. Inclusion may, in turn, have an impact on further innovations. Yet, we find little evidence in the literature on the three-way relations between innovation, structural change, and inclusion. “Local Welfare Regimes, Fiscal Crisis, and Institutional Change in Post-Socialist Georgia” () National Council for East European and Eurasian Research Working Paper, Washington D.C. Updates A comment on Jacquie Best’s “Security, Economy, Population” in Security Dialogue.
The problems of restructuring the R&D and innovation systems of the post-socialist countries have so far been treated as marginal within the overall institutional transformations that are taking place in these nations. In other words, innovation and in particular, support mechanisms to innovation have not been a priority in the past. The twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall has stimulated much reflection on the political, economic and social transitions that have taken place in the past two decades. Many Central European and Baltic countries initially appeared to epitomize a successful transition to markets and democracy, becoming full members of the European Union. Yet the impact of the recent global.
Yet, specific situation is related to post-socialist countries which were challenged by a radical change of their institutional structure. The article applies institutional analysis in order to assess infrastructure for support of innovation in last two decades in the Czech Republic, and identifies both the structural (path) dependences and the. Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Geography and Growth provides a timely, accessible review of our understanding of the complex links between innovation, entrepreneurship, geography and growth. Expert contributions provide a thorough roadmap of the developments in research at the interface of these themes.
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This book uses a range of S&T and structural indicators to analyse the transfonnation process, in particular the transfonnation of science, technology and industry, in the fonner communist countries. The book originates from a sense of the tremendous need for quantitative indicators for assessing Innovation and Structural Change in Post.
This book uses a range of S&T and structural indicators to analyse the transfonnation process, in particular the transfonnation of science, technology and industry, in the fonner communist countries. Innovation and Structural Change in Post-Socialist Countries: A Quantitative Approach |.
This book uses a range of S&T and structural indicators to analyse the transfonnation process, in particular the transfonnation of science, technology and industry, in the fonner communist countries. The book originates from a sense of the tremendous need for quantitative indicators for assessing trends and perfonnance in the post-socialist economies.
Innovation and Structural Change in Post-Socialist Countries: A Quantitative Approach. The book uses a range of S & T and structural indicators to analyse the transformation process, in particular the transformation of science, technology and industry, in the former communist countries.
Book description: The book uses a range of S&T and structural indicators to analyse the transformation process, in particular the transformation of science, technology and industry, in the former communist countries.
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Structural change can be both, a cause or a consequence of innovation, while structural change and innovations are usually accompanied by short-term outcomes of social inclusion or exclusion.
Inclusion may in turn have an impact on further : Amrita Saha, Tommaso Ciarli. Downloadable. The paper proposes the foundations of an analytical framework to map different innovation pathways and explain how innovation leads to inclusive structural change in low-income countries. Innovation pathways depend on how actors, interactions, and variables affect the origin of innovation; the uptake of the innovations (adoption and diffusion); the impact of this diffusion on Author: Tommaso Ciarli, Maria Savona, Jodie Thorpe, Seife Ayele.
Shifting Heuristics in the Economics of Innovation 3. The Retrieval of the Economics of Technical Change Part 2: Innovation and Structural Change 4.
Composition Effects: The Direction of Technological Change and its Context of Introduction 5. New Technologies and Structural Change: Constraints and Inducements to Innovation 6.
Energy and Innovation: Structural Change and Policy Implications presents a series of informative case studies from Norway, the United Kingdom, Poland, the United States, Russia, Japan, and China that demonstrate how the pace of sustainable energy production differs by country. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Innovation and Structural Change in Post-Socialist Countries: a Quantitative Approach, Moscow, Russia, October "--Title page verso.
Radosevic S., Pavitt K. () Trade, Technology and Structural Change in Post-Socialist Countries: an Introduction. In: Dyker D.A., Radosevic S.
(eds) Innovation and Structural Change in Post-Socialist Countries: A Quantitative Approach. NATO ASI Series (4. Science and Technology Policy), vol Springer, DordrechtAuthor: Slavo Radosevic, Keith Pavitt. National Systems of Innovation.
In developing countries, the benefits of innovation by entrepreneurs depend on the characteristics of the system of innovation within which they are embedded. The better the system of innovation, the more able a developing country will be to tap into global tech- nology.
large part of the academics had a distorted and one-sided understanding of. the structural features of the socialist societies, of the nature of enterprise. in these societies, and of the ramifications these two had for the history. and forms of development in post-socialist societies.
Economics of Innovation: A Review in Theory and Models George M. Korres 1 and Stylianos Drakopoulos 2 Abstract: Innovation activities contribute essentially to the regional dimension and growth. The technological infrastructure and innovation capabilities affect not only the regional growth, but also the whole periphery and economy as well.
Innovation Management in the Light of University-Industry Collaboration in Post-socialist Countries A more comprehensive, structural change in human resources allocation would be necessary in such cases: â€˜The university by itself doesn't give the opportunity to make a Cited by: 2.
Post-Industrial vs. Post-Socialist: Post-Industrial Trends and Points for Investigation in the Post-Socialist Metropolis 2.
Changes in the Functions of St. Petersburg as a Prerequisite for Structural Change in the City 3. Transformation, Tertiary Sector and City Space: Time-Space Approach 4.
the Post-Socialist Countries. The primary aim of this book is to seek to assess how the quantitative study of one Innovation and Structural Change in Post-Socialist Countries. S&T outputs of the post-socialist countries before and after +2: Russia -changes in investment shares (percentage points), and distribution of innovative enterprises by branch (percentage.
Innovation in a Re-emerging Economy: Lessons from the Hungarian Experience Katalin Eibel-Spanyi It considers the experience of Hungary, a post-socialist country, which acceded into the EU on May 1,as an interesting significant structural change during which many companies were either transformed from.
Innovation, learning, and technological dynamism of developing countries / Structure of exports of developing countries, and 15 Value of exports of manufactured products from developing Structural change in the Singapore economy, – 54 Foreign and local net investment commitments in.Applying an alternative approach to identifying the factors that shape a national innovation culture is challenging as there has been little empirical research in the area.
Moreover, the global cross- cultural concepts of national innovation culture hold little relevance for post-socialist Size: 2MB.Change the Culture, Change the Game: The Breakthrough Strategy for Energizing Your Organization and Creating Accounta bility for Results.