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National Systems of Innovation. Creating High Technology Industries

Опубликовано на портале: 20-12-2006
New-York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006, 288 с.
This book makes a significant contribution to the literature on strategy, management and innovation by drawing together the literature from these three fields and closely examining a critical issue, the importance of a firm's national base at a sectoral level in an era of globalization. Differences in national economic structures, management, firm learning, and firm strategy all contribute profoundly to competitive success. By examining two very dynamic high-technology industries - semiconductors and liquid crystal displays, the author shows how national systems of innovation are of critical importance in determining competitive success.

Merging Together: The Semiconductor and Liquid Crystal Display Industries

National Systems of Innovation and Path Dependency

Public Policy: A Diverse Landscape

Semiconductors: A Truly Global Industry

Corporate Strategy and Firm Learning

Liquid Crystal Displays as an Emerging Sectoral System of Innovation

Supporting a New System of Innovation: Japan's Strategy to Liquid Crystal Displays

Jumping Aboard a New Sectoral System of Innovation: The Strategies of South Korea and Taiwan

Missing the Boat in Liquid Crystal Displays: The Strategies of the US and Western Europe