6 edition of Foreign Firms, Technological Capabilities And Economic Performance found in the catalog.
January 1, 2005
by Edward Elgar Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
The economic growth of developing countries requires the acquisition of technological capabilities. In countries at the world technological frontier, such capabilities refer to cutting edge skills to innovate entirely new products. In developing countries, the requisite technological capabilities are broader, and include production engineering, project execution and incremental innovation to. IJTLID is devoted to the study of the nature of technological innovation processes at the level of firms, industries/clusters and countries, the various influences on such processes, and their implications for industrial growth, techno-economic and social development in the context of contemporary late-industrialising countries. Its broad approach will help uncover the dynamics and intricacies.
Domestic firms on the other hand had longer-term productivity improvements, mainly from introducing process innovations. This pattern is consistent with the initial presence of higher capabilities in foreign firms and the greater opportunities for learning by domestic enterprises. Technological capabilities and foreign source of tech-nology The successful catching-up of rms in East Asian economies points out for-eign advanced technology as one of the most important source for the accumu-lation of rms’ technological capabilities from experience-based to research-based level.
portunities for foreign firms in China and raises concerns about the ability of U.S. and other foreign firms to compete fairly both in China’s domestic market and abroad. • 5G networks are expected to quicken data speeds by times, support up to times more IoT devices, and provide near-in-stant universal coverage and availability. Foreign direct investment (FDI) has grown dramatically as a major form of well established in foreign markets. U.S. firms tended to move overseas to retain competitive access (or to preempt competitors’ access) to those markets nology, and growing symmetry in international technological : Kenneth A Froot.
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Foreign Firms, Technological Capabilities And Economic Performance: Evidence From Africa, Asia and Latin America [Rajah Rasiah] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 'This book by Rajah Rasiah and colleagues is a major step forward It bases the analysis of foreign and local firms in a range of developing countries squarely on measuring and comparing technological by: Downloadable.
This book employs novel techniques to compare technological capabilities and economic performance in seven countries at varying stages of industrial development: Brazil, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Kenya, Malaysia, South Africa and Uganda.
The author uses a methodology drawn from the technology capability framework, but extensively adapts and simplifies it to extract common cross Cited by: Abstract.
This book uses the technological capability framework advanced by evolutionary economists to examine the contribution of foreign firms to technological capability building in the developing economies with a focus on South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Brazil, Costa Rica, Malaysia and by: Foreign Firms, Technological Capabilities and Economic Performance Evidence from Africa, Asia and Latin America The title suggests that the volume addresses the question of whether FDI into a host country contributes to economic performance.
With the exception of the final chapter, this analysis is based on an evaluation of the difference. Foreign Firms, Technological Capabilities and Economic Performance. Rajah Rasiah (). in Books from Edward Elgar Publishing. Abstract: This book employs novel techniques to compare technological capabilities and economic performance in seven countries at varying stages of industrial Technological Capabilities And Economic Performance book Brazil, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Kenya, Malaysia, South Africa and by: Foreign firms, technological capabilities and economic performance: evidence from Africa, Asia and Latin America.
[Rajah Rasiah] -- This book employs novel techniques to compare technological capabilities and economic performance in seven countries at varying stages of industrial development: Brazil, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Kenya. Evidence from Africa, Asia and Latin America Rajah Rasiah This book employs novel techniques to compare technological capabilities and economic performance in seven countries at varying stages of industrial development: Brazil, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Kenya, Malaysia, South Africa and Author: Rajah Rasiah.
Get this from a library. Foreign firms, technological capabilities and economic performance: evidence from Africa, Asia and Latin America. [Rajah Rasiah] -- This book fills an important gap in the literature on foreign direct investment and economic development. Based on an excellent review of existing theories, comparative case studies from Africa, Asia.
The author uses a methodology drawn from the technology capability framework, but extensively adapts and simplifies it to extract common cross-industry parameters for statistical analysis.
He employs the framework to compare the technological, local sourcing and performance dynamics of foreign and local firms in a variety of by: 1. Technology Policy and Economic Performance: Lessons from Japan [Freeman, Christopher] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Technology Policy and Economic Performance: Lessons from JapanCited by: R. Rasiah, Foreign Firms, Technological Capabilities and Economic Performance: Evidence from Africa, Asia, and Latin America, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK () pp. (HC), $, ISBN 1 7Author: Andrew A.
Toole. The dependent variable is technological capabilities learned from foreign acquiring firms. It was measured by a three-item scale based on Likert-type responses to the question “To what extent has an IA acquired from your foreign partner(s) (a) product development skills, (b) production technology, and (c) manufacturing process”, with 1 Cited by: Mohamed Amal, in Foreign Direct Investment in Brazil, Strategies of Brazilian MNCs: final remarks.
Several authors have attempted to develop general frameworks to explain the internationalization of firms from emerging countries (Ramamurti and Singh, ; Fleury and Fleury, ; Cuervo-Cazurra and Ramamurti, ).Most of these studies have used firm data and have.
How Firm Capabilities Affect Who Benefits From Foreign Technology Article in Journal of Development Economics 90(2) November with 73 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
He argues that excluding foreign firms from these consortia would be counterproductive to national technology policy. Differences in emphasis that emerge in the following chapters are related to alternative explanations of Japan's economic and technological performance. Some of the authors attribute the performance mainly to the higher.
Key factors affecting acquisition of technological capabilities from foreign acquiring firms by small and medium sized local firms Article in Journal of World Business 46(1) January.
1. Introduction. The health and dynamism of national economies are inseparable from the health of the firms that operate there. As the business historian Alfred Chandler (, p.5) observed, ‘the competitive strength of national industries depends on the abilities of the core firms to function effectively and to maintain and enhance their integrated learning bases.’Cited by: The role and significance of adaptation versus standardization for performance in foreign markets has stirred some important debates among the academic community.
In this paper, we aim to contribute to the ongoing debate by applying the logic of institutional theory and organizational capabilities to reconsider the relationship between adaptation and foreign market by: 2.
Suggested Citation: "The Changing Place of Japan in the Global Scientific and Technological Enterprise." National Research Council.
Japan's Growing Technological Capability: Implications for the U.S. Economy. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / During the past 20 years, Japan's role within the global network. Technology and Economic Performance in the American Economy Robert J.
Gordon. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in February NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth, Productivity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship This paper examines the sources of the U.
macroeconomic miracle of and attempts to distinguish among permanent sources of. A. Innovation 'leadership'—where firms aim at being first to market, based on technological leadership. B. The learning curve in production generates both lower costs, and a particular and powerful form of accumulated and largely tacit knowledge.
C. Complementary assets .However, while TNCs are interested in a limited number of private economic goals, nation states have a broader range of objectives, economic (GNP growth, full employment, etc.) and non-economic (distribution of income and wealth, sovereignty in decision-making, political and cultural identity, environmental protection, etc).A leading perspective in global business that suggests that firm performance is at least in part, determined by its internal resources and capabilities.
Liability of foreignness The inherent disadvantage that foreign firms experience in host countries because of their non-native status.