4 edition of Technology transfer to developing countries found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -472) and index.
|Statement||edited by Edward K.Y. Chen.|
|Series||United Nations library on transnational corporations -- v. 18., International business and the world economy -- set D, v. 18.|
|Contributions||Chen, Edward K. Y.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 486 p. :|
|Number of Pages||486|
|LC Control Number||93015973|
The WTO Working Group on Trade and Technology Transfer was established with the aim of encouraging technology transfer to developing countries. This section outlines the Group’s Findings for increasing flows of technology. Abstract Technology Transfer: Strategic Management in Developing Countries, by Goel Cohen, Visiting Professor, Imperial College of Science, Technology & Medicine, London, UK, Faculty Member, Tehera Author: Robert M. Davison.
Management of Technological Innovation in Developing and Developed Countries. Edited by: Hongyi Sun. ISBN , PDF ISBN , Published It is widely accepted that technology is one of the forces driving economic by: 5. countries, transfer of technology involves not only universities, but also government-funded laboratories. This paper, however, focuses on the transfer of technology from universities, since universities have special challenges and institu-tional problems that may not .
Low carbon technology transfer to developing countries has been both a lynchpin of, and a key stumbling block to a global deal on climate change. This book brings together for the first time in one place the work of some of the world's leading contemporary researchers in this field. This title was first published in The theme of this collection of essays is "technology transfer". The topic has three major aspects: the interchange of technologies between military and civilian applications - "spin-off", "dual use", "conversion" and "diversification" fall under this heading; the proliferation of military arms, which could occur either through arms races between.
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The objective of this book is to present the problems and possibilities of transferring technology from the developed countries to the developing countries to raise their standard of living. It develops the conceptual issues, legal ramifications, empirical testing of mathematical models and case studies of different industries in many countries.
Transfer of Technology to Developing Countries Tuesday 24 Aprilby Surendra J Patel Dr Surendra J. Patel, who passed away in Geneva on Decemwas indeed one of the most brilliant minds of the twentieth century. Transfer of Technology to Developing Countries: Unilateral and Multilateral Policy Options Hoekman, Maskus, and Saggi analyze national and international policy options to encourage the international transfer of technology, distinguishing between four major channels of such transfer: trade in products, trade in knowledge, foreign direct.
“There is an urgent need to facilitate the transfer of technology to developing countries,” said Ceyla Pazarbasioglu, Vice President for Equitable Growth, Finance and Institutions at the World Bank Group.
“This requires getting energy prices right, building human and institutional capital, supporting LCT investment through de-risking mechanisms, and introducing policies that support the.
Dr Goel Cohen's "Technology Transfer" is a must read for people interested in the technological rise and management in developing countries, as well as anybody who has an interest in the role it plays and its consequences.
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Technology transfer -- Developing countries -- Congresses Filed under: Technology transfer -- Developing countries -- Congresses Development and the Information Age: Four Global Scenarios for the Future of Information and Communication Technology (), ed.
by John Howkins and Robert Valantin (PDF and HTML with commentary at ). This book analyses the process of technology transfer to developing countries in order to provide a basis for the quantifiable modelling of technology assessment, which is regarded as a.
Griffith et al., () uses an environment – strategy – performance framework to identify the role of market (i.e. competitive intensity and market dynamics) and cultural environmental (national cultural distance and organizational cultural distance) factors on international technology transfer to.
Technology transfer holds great potential to improve the health and livelihoods of people living in poorer countries. Those of you who read Charles Kenny’s book Getting Better will know about the huge gains in health across the world because of the spread of germ theory (ideas), hand-washing (norms), and antibiotics (technology) in the 20th.
Least-developed countries, transfer of technology and the TRIPS Agreement Jayashree Watal and Leticia Caminero1 Abstract This paper examines the background of Article of the TRIPS Agreement, the nature of this obligation on developed country Members.
The objective of this book is to present the problems and possibilities of transferring technology from the developed countries to the developing countries. It presents the conceptual issues, legal ramifications, empirical testing of mathematical models and case studies of different industries.
The introduction of a technology into a developing country, is understood by some developed countries as having achieved the objective of technology transfer. Technology transfer is not about selling some hardware to a client who is then left with the task of using it as he/she deems fit.
Get this from a library. Technology transfer and management in the developing countries: company cases and policy analyses in Brazil, Kenya, Korea, Peru, and Tanzania. [Harvey W Wallender; Fund for Multinational Management Education.].
Abstract The authors analyze national and international policy options to encourage the international transfer of technology, distinguishing between four major channels of such transfer: trade in products, trade in knowledge, foreign direct investment, and intra-national and international movement of people.
countries on transfer of technology and knowledge-sharing for development”. To complement its stronger analytical orientation the present report is being published simultaneously with another one that presents four case studies of practical experiences of transfer of.
Chapter 2 describes the knowledge and technology gaps that exist between developed and developing countries, and analyses the dimensions that determine technological capabilities with the intention of providing a clear contour of the target areas for transfer of technology policies.
Building on more than two decades of research in development and environmental economics, this book argues that fiscal instruments are crucial for mitigating and adapting to climate change while raising human welfare. By implementing environmental tax reforms, developing countries can reap a “triple dividend”: cutting.
This book identifies the major factors responsible for effective transfer of information and human expertise from an advanced country or a multinational corporation to the developing world. Transferring Technology to Developing Countries Globalisation and Technology Transfer. Downloadable.
We develop a model to analyze one mechanism under which stronger intellectual property rights (IPR) protection may improve the ability of firms in developing countries to break into export markets. A Northern firm with a superior process technology chooses either exports or technology transfer through licensing as its mode of supplying the Southern market, based on local IPR policy.
The book investigates competition law and international technology transfer in the light of the TRIPS Agreement and the experience of both developed and developing countries. On that basis, it draws relevant implications for developing countries.The book investigates competition law and international technology transfer in the light of the TRIPS Agreement and the experience of both developed and developing countries.
On that basis, it draws relevant implications for developing : Tu Thanh Nguyen.ICCI needs to assume a significant role concerning development and transfer of computing and informatics technology as applied to the solution of critical problems in developing countries.
As computing has permeated so many activities in day to day lives, it has placed demands upon the educational sector to prepare people to survive in new world.