3 edition of Acquisition of technological capability in Africa found in the catalog.
Acquisition of technological capability in Africa
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|Statement||Yomi Oruwari, Margret Jev, and Opuene Owei.|
|Series||ATPS working paper series ;, no. 33, ATPS working paper ;, no. 33.|
|Contributions||Jev, Margret., Owei, Opuene.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||50,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||2004411311|
Kim, L. (), Imitation and Apprentice: How Korea Acquired Technological Capability Fast Korea: College of Business Administration, Korea University. Google Scholar (), ' Entrepreneurship and Innovation in a Rapidly Developing Country ', Journal of Development Planning, 18, pp. - Maj. Hassan Kamara is an acquisition officer serving as a proponent officer in the Office of the Army Director for Acquisition Career Management, U.S. Army Acquisition Support Center, Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Previously, he served as a Strategic Study Fellow on the Army Future Studies Group, and he worked on the early development of the U.S. Army Futures Command.
In exploring the hunt as a mobile space for work and education, Mavhunga’s book — “Transient Workspaces: Technologies of Everyday Innovation in Zimbabwe,” just published by MIT Press — is a call for a historical rethinking about the meaning, prevalence, and application of technological innovation in Africa. Downloadable! We use a case study approach to examine whether new knowledge and technological capabilities can be acquired by a set of informal firm operating in the agricultural subsistence sector in Tanzania as a result of interaction with the College of Engineering and Technology at the University of Dar es Salaam. We find that by becoming members of Gatsby Club, firms have been introduced.
model of technology and capability transfer during acquisition implementation. We assess how the nature of the acquired firms' knowledge-based resources, as well as multiple dimen-sions of acquisition implementation, have both independent and interactive effects on the successful appropriation of technolo-gies and capabilities by the acquirer. With the end of the Cold War, nuclear non-proliferation has emerged as a central issue in international security relations. While most existing works on nuclear proliferation deal with the question of nuclear acquisition, T.V. Paul explains why some states – over at present – have decided to forswear nuclear weapons even when they have the technological capability or potential.
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Technological capability and technical development profile of selected firms in the industry the nature of the acquisition of technologies in use and the roles other resources e.g.
finance, skills etc have played in technological capability accumulation in the industry. This information assisted in examining. 'A thorough review of the literature combined with a detailed and imaginatively done field study make this book an unusually important contribution to our understanding of the role of small scale firms in the development of national technological capability.' - Henry J.
Bruton, Professor of Economics, Williams College, MassachusettsCited by: Technological Capability "Throughout the world, developing countries are facing severe problems with regard to the supply of building materials, the core of the construction sector.
As populations grow and interactions improve and as aspirations to higher living standards rise, so the demand for buildings both quantitatively and qualitatively Cited by: 9. It fills a gap in the established literature on technological capability, which has neglected the small-scale sector in spite of the important role it plays in employment generation.
The author develops a methodology for a quantitative assessment of the learning process, using case material from the small-scale capital goods sector in Pakistan. Technological capability, relational capability and firms’ performance: The role of learning capability Article (PDF Available) in Revista de Gestão ahead-of-print(ahead-of-print) September.
Jiang Zemin, in On the Development of China's Information Technology Industry, B Integrate Research with Production, Taking into Consideration the Nature of the Electronics Industry as an R&D Industry.
The productivity indicators of the modern electronics industry are primarily its scientific and technological capability, R&D capability, and intellectual resources.
Lall S. Technological capabilities and industrialization. World Development, 20(2), ()  Lall S. Learning to Industrialise: The Acquisition of Technological Capability by India. Macmillan Press, London ()  Stewart F. Technology transfer for development. First published inthis volume examines technology in developing countries with a focus on Vietnam.
One of the world’s poorest countries, Vietnam has begun rehabilitation following the Vietnam War. Tran Ngoc Ca had four aims for this study. First, exploration of the development of TC in Vietnamese industrial companies and looks at how the learning process is related to the accumulation.
Section 2: Acquisition evaluation Assessing whether a potential acquisition is a good match. Technology acquisition involves assessing the match between technological capabilities and market opportunities, as well as the capability of the firm to absorb and make good use of the technologies that other firms are developing.
This is because currently poor technological capability remains one of the major constraints to Africa’s efforts to achieve sustainable development. This was highlighted Saturday at the opening session of this year’s African Economic Conference, organized under the theme “Knowledge and Innovation for Africa’s Transformation”, which is.
Technological capabilities can also vary between sectors [73, 21]. In the industrial sector, the elements of technology capability - production engineering, manufacture of capital goods, and research and development, etc.
- are different from those essential for the services sector, for example . Cite this chapter as: Romijn H. () Technological Capability and Its Importance in Economic Development. In: Acquisition of Technological Capability in Small Firms in Developing Countries.
Technological Learning and Capability-Building: How Do African in developing country firms, using empirical data from 26 telecommunication firms in Uganda, Ghana, Tanzania and South Africa.
The paper adds to knowledge by providing a cross-disciplinary study defined as a technology acquisition process, in which developing country firms.
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specific technological capabilities that were acquired at the firm level. This dissertation thus aims to contribute to the literature on technology transfer and technological capability building in Africa. Theoretically, the thesis relates to the many remaining blind spots in the.
Technological capability needs to become a determinant of mitigation action to effectively contribute to achieving South Africa's low-carbon development goals. International technology transfer and cooperation should contribute to boosting domestic capabilities to advance technological.
The conceptual framework used in the paper, the TCB system approach, suggests that the underdevelopment of the strategic and systematic management of technological learning capability. The stages of technological capability acquisition can be described as a process of path dependent evolution.3 It begins with learning by doing followed by learning by adapting, aiming at augmenting productivity through efficient utilisation and adaptation of technologies at the shop floor.
Governmental and business technological effort, the Technological infrastructure and human capital (Available Base) and the Protection of intellectual property and innovation results. Key words: technological innovation capability, cluster analysis, technological policy, technological infrastructures, innovation results, Africa.
technological capability. The message of this research is that developing nations are headed in the right direction to improve the challenges that have hindered technological advancements.
This research will be beneficial because it will shed some light on the potentials of developing nations in developing technologically. LITERATURE REVIEW. *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis.
ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. Only valid for books with an ebook version.Sets out the implications for industrial policy in developing countries that can be drawn from recent research on firm and national technological capabilities.
Many unconventional approaches to the issues of technology in developing countries exist. These approaches have assigned a central role to indigenous technological effort in mastering new technologies, adapting them to local conditions.technological capability in South African industry for the benefit of industrial and economic growth.
More specifically, the study focuses on inter-firm learning, in particular between foreign firms operating in South Africa and their local business partners.
In many ways the industrial and economic development in South Africa during the last.