Innovation and technological change in Eastern Europe : pathways to industrial recovery

edited by Michael Fritsch, Horst Brezinski

Papers from a summer 1996 conference discuss innovation's role in the transformation of post-socialist countries of Central and Eastern Europe to a market economic system. Discussion encompasses research and development in the East and West, gradualism versus "Big Bang" as a reform strategy, innovation at the firm level, and productivity and competitiveness. Contributors agree that no one ideal strategy exists for rebuilding innovation systems in the region.

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[目次]

  • Innovation as a means of economic recovery
  • systems of innovation in transition
  • divergence or convergence in research and development and innovation between "East" and "West"
  • the big bang as a motivating device
  • innovation as a means of market entry and survival for firms from former socialist countiries
  • innovation and transformation
  • the inherited and emerging absorptive capacities of firms - results of a business survey in the Estonian electronics industry
  • export reorientation and transfer of know-how and technology - the case of Hungarian manufactured export. Human capital and innovation in Eastern and Western Germany
  • innovation activities in manufacturing industry - and East West comparison.

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書名 Innovation and technological change in Eastern Europe : pathways to industrial recovery
著作者等 Brezinski, Horst Dieter
European Association for Comparative Economic Studies
Brezinski Horst
Fritsch Michael
出版元 Edward Elgar
刊行年月 c1999
ページ数 xiii, 196 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 1840642564
NCID BA45032590
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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