The Role of Technology in the Transition of the Global Economy.
This special issue focuses on three elements of the role of technology in shaping the transition of the global economy: 1) how knowledge-intensive sectors are affected; 2) technology policy issues; 3) new ideas and concepts that will illuminate future discussions of technology management and policy.
Articles in the first category are: "A French revolution: technology management in the aerospace industry. The case of Toulouse; "Software industry in the fastest emerging market: challenges and opportunities"; "Development strategies and prospects for Taiwan's R&D service industry"; "Energy systems in transition: perspectives for the diffusion of small-scale pellet heating technology"; "Impacts of international mergers and acquisitions on the logistics operations of manufacturing companies."
Articles in the second category:
"Knowledge and technology transfer grid: empirical assessment"; "Are industries destined toward 'productivity paradox'?: an empirical case of Korea"; "Technological challenges--case study and theorization."
Articles in the third category:
"Measuring the impact of global information technology applications"; "Recovering from science: how far can we push?"
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|Date:||Jul 1, 2005|
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