Competitiveness of New Industries: Institutional Framework And Learning In Information Technology In Japan, The U.s And Germany by Cornelia StorzCompetitiveness of New Industries: Institutional Framework And Learning In Information Technology In Japan, The U.s And Germany by Cornelia Storz

Competitiveness of New Industries: Institutional Framework And Learning In Information Technology…

EditorCornelia Storz, Andreas Moerke

Paperback | January 10, 2009

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Many recent books on information and communication technologies concentrate on individual country experiences or neglect to analyze political factors in conjunction with entrepreneurial ones.

This book, the result of an international research project, comprises a comprehensive comparison of three key countries: Japan, the United States and Germany. The book adopts an institutional approach.

Cornelia Storz is Professor of the Japanese Economy at the Centre for Japanese Studies at the Philipps University of Marburg, Germany. Andreas Moerke works as a Research fellow in the Business and Economics Section of the German Institute for Japanese Studies.
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Title:Competitiveness of New Industries: Institutional Framework And Learning In Information Technology…Format:PaperbackDimensions:328 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.68 inPublished:January 10, 2009Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0415547814

ISBN - 13:9780415547819

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Table of Contents

Part 1: Introduction  1. Institutions and Learning in New Industries: An Introduction Storz and Moerke  Part II: Institutional Framework for ICT and Options for Political Governance: Japan, the United States and Germany in Comparison  2. Legacies of the Developmental State for Japan¿s Information and Communication Industries Tilton and Choi  3. Institutional Framework and Competitiveness of the U.S. Telecommunications Market Schefczyk  4. Information and Communication Technologies in Germany: Is there a Remaining Role for Sector-Specific Regulations? Knieps  5. Private Solutions to Uncertainty in Japanese Electronic Commerce Storz  6.  Institutional Conditions for Achieving Effective Implementation of ICT Frieden  7. B2C E-Commerce Dynamics in Germany: Do we Need a Different Regulatory Framework? Rothgang, Lageman and Scheuer  Part 3: Industrial Organization, Enterprise Structure and ICT: Japan, the United States and Germany in Comparison  8. ICT and Corporate Structure: The Diffusion of E-Commerce across Japanese Companies Tachiki  9. The Rise and Fall of 'Wintelism': Manufacturing Strategies and Transnational Production Networks of U.S. Information Electronics Firms in the Pacific Rim L¿thje  10. Open Innovation: Firms¿ Novel Deployment of ICT in New Product Development Reichwald, Piller, Seifert and Ihl  11. Competitive Advantage through Co-Evolution of Technology and Organization Fulk  12. Next Generation Information and Communication Technologies Deployment in Japan Akhtar, Teramoto and Benton  13. Shaping Organizational Technology: ICT as a Learning Process Schrey¿gg