The technological specialization of advanced countries : a report to the EEC on international science and technology activities

Daniele Archibugi and Mario Pianta ; preface by Jacques Delors

Advanced countries have shown an increasing convergence in their economic performance and technological intensity, with a relative decline of the position of the United States and the emergence of the European and Japanese economies. The Technological Specialization of Advanced Countries moves beyond aggregate patterns and examines the sectoral structure of technological activities, the process of specialization, and the impact on national performance. Indicators of technology and of scientific activity are examined together with other economic and R & D data, providing a wealth of empirical evidence on the activities, and areas of strength and weakness of individual countries. The amount of disaggregated data provided, and the assessment offered on the state of art in science and technology indicators, make The Technological Specialization of Advanced Countries an important reference work. A description of the fields of national effort is provided and a special study is devoted to the fields of greater innovative dynamism where patenting has grown most rapidly. Over time, countries have concentrated their technological efforts in the fields of their greater strength, under the pressure of increasing international competition and the proprietary nature of know how. Conversely, in science there has generally been a decrease in the degree of specialization, with countries entering new fields of research, taking advantage of the open flow of scientific knowledge. For science and technology policy, the findings of The Technological Specialization of Advanced Countries suggest that national efforts should be combined with the growing international integration. The aims of maintaining established areas of strength and of developing new specializations in emerging fields should be balanced, and a more selective policy at the sectoral level is suggested.

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  • and Summary.- Structural Change and International Strategies in Science and Technology.- An Overview of Scientific and Technological Activities in the Advanced Countries.- Sectoral Strengths and Weaknesses of Advanced Countries in Different Patent Institutions.- Changes over Time and Impact of Patenting Activity: The Sectoral Distribution of Patent Counts and Patent Citations in the US.- National Technological Specialization and Sectoral Growth Rates in Patenting.- Sectoral Strengths and Weaknesses of Advanced Countries in Science.- Degree of Specialization and Size of National Scientific and Technological Activities.- The Inter-Industry Structure of Technological Specialization.- The Patterns and Impact of Technological Specialization.- Conclusions.

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書名 The technological specialization of advanced countries : a report to the EEC on international science and technology activities
著作者等 Archibugi, Daniele
Delors, Jacques
European Economic Community
Pianta, Mario
Delors Jacques (President CEC)
出版元 Kluwer Academic Publishers : Commission of the European Communities
刊行年月 c1992
ページ数 xvi, 164 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 0792317505
NCID BA19527552
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言語 英語
出版国 オランダ
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