3 edition of High-technology competitiveness found in the catalog.
United States. General Accounting Office
by The Office, The Office [distributor in Washington, D.C, Gaithersburg, MD (P.O. Box 6015, Gaithersburg 20877)
Written in English
|Other titles||Trends in U.S. and foreign performance.|
|Statement||United States General Accounting Office.|
|LC Classifications||HC110.H53 U54 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||93123951|
Downloadable! The aim of the article is to assess the international competitiveness of the Baltic States (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania) in high-technology goods trade. To this end, Balassa’s method of analysing revealed comparative advantages (RCA) was applied. An in-depth analysis of the dynamics of RCAs in the Baltic States’ exports between and has shown that their Cited by: 1. This chapter examines the competitiveness footprints of SMEs within a high-tech cluster. A mixed methodology combining quantitative and qualitative data is used. More specifically, a case study is offered to show trends in innovative and entrepreneurial collaboration associated with an internationally competitive high-tech by: 1.
Technology and the Multipolar Global Economy: Implications for European Competitiveness: /ch The European Union has engaged in several attempts to increase the level of innovation in member states – largely without success. This Author: Steven McGuire. Safran is a leading international high-technology group with three core businesses: Aerospace (propulsion and equipment), Defence and Security. Operating worldwide, the Group employees and generated sales of billion euros in Working alone or in partnership, Safran holds world or European leadership positions in its core.
Competitiveness: A Dangerous Obsession Guess what? Delors didn't confront the problems of either the wel-fare state or the EMS. He explained that the root cause of European unemployment was a lack of competitiveness with the United States and Japan and that the solution was a program of investment in infra-structure and high Size: 6MB. The Study of TQM Implementation and Competitiveness for High Technology Industries Quality The competitive priorities in the manufacturing project survey are identified, and include eight items such as consistency of quality, high functional product, reliable delivery, low price, speedy transportation, rapid design change, after-sale.
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Romesh Diwan is professor of economics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is the author of numerous books and articles on economics, productivity, and competitiveness, including Essays in Gandhian Economics, Productivity and Technical Change in Foodgrains, and Alternative Development Strategies and Appropriate Technology: Policy for an Equitable World by: 7.
High Technology Manufacturing and U.S. Competitiveness (Technical Report Book ) - Kindle edition by Kelley, Charles. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading High Technology Manufacturing and U.S. Competitiveness (Technical Report Book ).Manufacturer: RAND Corporation. Technology and Competitiveness Article (PDF Available) in Oxford Review of Economic Policy 12(3) August with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Jan Fagerberg.
High technology and international competitiveness. New York: Praeger, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Romesh K Diwan; Chandana Chakraborty.
Get this from a library. High-technology competitiveness: trends in U.S. and foreign performance: report to the Honorable Lloyd Bentsen, U.S. Senate. [United States. General Accounting Office.]. The competitiveness of U.S. industry in the global market is the subject of this book, which focuses on high technology industries and the means for recapturing world domination.
The authors analyze U.S. high-technology industries as a whole and through three specific examples: semi-conductors, telecommunications, and computers. In response to the concern that an increasing amount of high-technology manufacturing formerly performed in the United States is now being done overseas, with potentially harmful consequences to U.S.
economic security, the Office of Science and Technology Policy asked the RAND Corporation to provide analytic support to the President’s Council of Advisors on Cited by: 3. In this work, they examine competitiveness in a range of high-technology enterprises, analyzing the industries as an aggregate as well as through three specific examples: semi-conductors, telecommunications, and computers.
There is a high correlation between technology management and competitiveness (Momaya and Ajitabh, ). In the long run, standards of living can. Sugar talked about competition in high technology, saying that the U.S.
dominates the world through our mastery of the governing commodity of this. This book investigates business responses to those challenges. On average, F. Scherer shows, U.S. companies reacted to rising imports of high-technology products by cutting back research and development expenditures as a percentage of sales.
The cutbacks were particularly large in industries protected by voluntary trade restraint. High-Technology Manufacturing and U.S. Competitiveness CHARLES KELLEY, MARK WANG, GORDON BITKO, MICHAEL CHASE, AARON KOFNER, JULIA LOWELL, JAMES MULVENON, DAVID ORTIZ, KEVIN POLLPETER TROSTP March Prepared for the Office of Science and Technology Policy.
High-Technology Manufacturing and U.S. Competitiveness By Charles Kelley, Mark Wang, Gordon Bitko, Michael Chase, Aaron Kofner, Julia Lowell, James Mulvenon, David Ortiz, Kevin Pollpeter Read preview. One of the key determinants of success for today’s high-technology companies is product strategyand this guide continues to be the only book on product strategy written specifically for the 21st century high-tech industry.
More than examples from technological leaders including 5/5(1). This research project examines shifts in competitive capabilities of companies and countries in high technology and science based businesses.
It is particularly concerned with the potential loss of such capabilities in various industrial sectors in the US. This research conducted in. Tyson, formerly Chair of the President's Council of Economic Advisers, develops a "cautious activist" policy agenda to promote US competitiveness in high-technology sectors and to strengthen international rules to encourage trade and reduce conflicts among nations.
Han M., Zhang D., He Y. () Industry Competitiveness Evaluation Based on RCA and Information Entropy. In: Xu J., Fry J., Lev B., Hajiyev A. (eds) Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Management Science and Engineering Management. Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, vol Springer, Berlin, HeidelbergAuthor: Mei Han, Dan Zhang, Yue He.
8 Science, technology and innovation in Europe and technology (HRST — Chapter 4). Part 3 (‘Productivity and competitiveness’) features statistics on innovation (Chapter 5), patents (Chapter 6) and high technology (Chapter 7).
The three main parts are supplemented by methodological notes (including definitions) for the various statistical data. Mathematical Sciences, Technology, and Economic Competitiveness addresses these high-technology industries and breadth of mathematical endeavors in the United States as they materially contribute to the technology base from which innovation in these industries flows.
The book represents a serious attempt by the mathematics community to bring. The High-Tech "Competitiveness" Smokescreen by John Pardon “Competitiveness” is a much-abused buzz-word with which Author: John Pardon.
Suggested Citation:"Research, Economic Growth, and Competitiveness."National Research Council. International Friction and Cooperation in High-Technology Development and Trade: Papers and Proceedings.Read this book on Questia.
High technology industries, industrial policy, and the Japanese economy are individually important topics of scholarly interest and public policy consideration in the United States. Waldrop’s book is a two-for-one: a history of the birth of both the internet and interactive personal computing.
Licklider was a 20th-century technological visionary who.