Information Technology, Innovation System and Trade Regime by K. Joseph

By K. Joseph

Drawing from the specified case reports of India and 5 ASEAN nations, this quantity establishes the complementary position of innovation procedure and exchange regime in selling creation and use of ICT and attracts classes for different constructing international locations that followed a liberal exchange regime to meet up with the ICT revolution.

Show description

Read Online or Download Information Technology, Innovation System and Trade Regime in Developing Countries: India and the ASEAN PDF

Similar urban & regional books

New Directions in Economic Geography (New Horizons in Regional Science)

This crucial e-book explores unique and substitute instructions for financial geography following the revolution caused via the appearance of so-called 'new fiscal geography' (NEG). while, to a point, the amount will be considered as a part of the inevitable artistic destruction of NEG thought, it does advertise the continued function of theoretical and empirical contributions inside spatial monetary research, within which the explanation of clinical research and fiscal good judgment preserve a important position.

Applied Urban Economics, 1st Edition

This quantity is a follow-up to the sooner city Economics, quantity 2 of instruction manual of local and concrete Economics, edited by way of Edwin generators. the sooner quantity, released in 1987, focussed on city monetary thought. This new instruction manual, against this, makes a speciality of utilized city study. the adaptation is naturally in emphasis.

Hard Choices: Challenging the Singapore Consensus

Singapore is altering. The consensus that the PAP govt has built and maintained over 5 many years is fraying. The assumptions that underpin Singaporean exceptionalism aren't any longer authorized as simply and effortlessly as ahead of. between those are the information that the rustic is uniquely weak, that this vulnerability limits its coverage and political strategies, that stable governance calls for a level of political consensus that standard democratic preparations can't produce, and that the country’s good fortune calls for a aggressive meritocracy observed through particularly little source of revenue or wealth redistribution.

Airline Economics: An Empirical Analysis of Market Structure and Competition in the US Airline Industry

This publication offers an unique empirical research of the industry constitution of airline urban pair markets, laying off new gentle at the workings of aggressive strategies among organisations. studying a cross-section people airline urban pairs, Tabacco proposes for the 1st time that the will be understood as a traditional oligopoly, each one airline industry being ruled through one to 3 airline providers despite industry dimension.

Additional info for Information Technology, Innovation System and Trade Regime in Developing Countries: India and the ASEAN

Example text

2 presents data on the region-wise export by foreign and local firms. The table further confirms the high regional concentration of exports. Even within each state, one or two metropolitan centers account for bulk of exports. Thus, Bangalore and to a lesser extent Mysore in Karnataka, Mumbai and Pune in Maharashtra, Noida and Gurgaon near Delhi area, Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh and Chennai in Tamil Nadu are the centers of software and service activities in the country. The operation of the foreign firms is also confined to these centers.

3) with the growth rate of electronics output not even keeping pace with the overall growth of the economy. Such an unsatisfactory performance of electronics industry in recent years needs to be seen against the fact that during the 1970s and 1980s recorded growth rate of electronics industry has been significantly higher than that of the industrial sector in general and the manufacturing industries in particular. These higher growth rates, driven mostly by domestic demand, need to be viewed along with the limited exposure of the industry to international competition.

It is focusing on global brand building and plans to come up with a branded product every year. A number of even smaller software companies have developed packaged software, which is sold in domestic market. 2 per cent. Since the conventional measures of innovation like R&D intensity (measured as research expenditure as proportion of sales) has certain limits in capturing innovation in a service sector like ICT, a study (Joseph and Abraham 2005) developed an Index of Claimed Technological Competence (ICTC) using firm-level information on their areas of specialization.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.23 of 5 – based on 17 votes