Technology and innovation are fundamental to economic success and the struggle for markets in an increasingly competitive world. This book draws together the latest research in the fields of technology, innovation and competitiveness from some of the world's leading academics.
International in its approach, this book considers a wide range of topics including the globalization of research and technology and the effect of this on the product cycle, financial domination in the global economy and its consequences for structural competitiveness. It also examines the impact of the pooling of technology and science in Europe on the environment for new entrepreneurial initiatives. Special emphasis is placed on the policy implications of recent developments in technology, industry and the economy.
Technology, Innovation and Competitiveness will be of interest to policy analysts as well as academics and students of economics, management and business studies.
Edited by Jeremy Howells, Kellogg College, University of Oxford and Jonathan Michie, Professor of Innovation and Knowledge Exchange, President of Kellogg College and Director of the Department for Continuing Education, University of Oxford, UK
Contents: Foreword (J.S. Metcalfe) Part I: Globalization in Context Part II: The Globalization of Technological Activity Part III: Innovation and Competitive Advantage Index