The Rise of Technological Power in the South

Hardcover | May 15, 2010

EditorXiaolan Fu, Luc Soete

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This book explores the drivers of technological upgrading and catch-up in the emerging economies, paying specific attention to technology and innovation policies, national innovation systems, the role of foreign direct investment and small and medium enterprises. It provides practical implications for other developing countries

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This book explores the drivers of technological upgrading and catch-up in the emerging economies, paying specific attention to technology and innovation policies, national innovation systems, the role of foreign direct investment and small and medium enterprises. It provides practical implications for other developing countries

XIAOLAN FU is Director of Sanjaya Lall Programme for Technology and Management for Development, University Lecturer in Development Studies and Fellow of Green-Templeton College at Oxford University. She is the author of Exports, Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Development in China, and received the EC Gate2Growth Academic Netwo...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:320 pages, 8.67 × 5.75 × 0.97 inPublished:May 15, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230238408

ISBN - 13:9780230238404

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Table of Contents

PART I POLICY, STRATEGY AND CATCH-UP
Innovation Strategies of Three of the BRICS: Brazil, India and China- What Can We Learn From Three Different Approaches?--C.Dahlman
Technological Catch Up of the Late Comers: Implications from the BRICS--D.Nayyar
Chinas Development Model: An Alternative Strategy for Technological Catch-Up--X.Liu
Science and Technology Policy in South Africa: A Critical Assessment of Past Performance and of Proposed Future Directions--D.Kaplan
The Changing Geography of Innovation Activities: What do Patent Indicators Imply?--X.Li &--Y.Pai
PART II INNOVATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGICAL CAPABILITES
The Finance of Innovative Investment in Emerging Economies--J.Mayer
A Comprehensive Model of Technological Learning: Empirical Research on Chinese Manufacturing Sector--J.Chen, X.Pu & H.Shen
The Innovation of SMEs and Development of Industrial Clusters in China: The Case of Yiwu Socks Cluster--W.Jinmin
PART III FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
FDI, R&D and innovation in the Chinese automobile industry--F.Chen&--P.Mohnen
Role of Foreign Direct Investments in the Development of Innovative Capacity- Case of Russian Companies--J.Vtnen, D.Podmentina&--M.Aleksandrova
Human Capital and Technological Spillovers from FDI in the Chinese Regions: a Threshold Approach--M.Fu &--T.Li
Third World multinationals and South-South FDI--T.Fredriksson
PART IV TECHNOLOGY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Technological competences in sustainable technologies in the BRICS countrieS; R.Walz
Information and Communications Technologies for Integration and Development: A Comparative Study of South Africa and Brazil in their Regional Contexts--P.Akpan-Obong &--M.C.Parmentier
Sustainability of Technology-intensive Social Innovation in India: the Role of
Absorptive Capacity and Complementary Assets--X.Fu&--C.Polzin
Market Oriented Reforms, Domestic Technological Capabilities and Economic Development in Latin America--J.Katz
Conclusions--L.Soete&--X.Fu