From Central State to Free Global Market Economy
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BeschreibungSome rapid and complex changes have taken place during recent years in the former Soviet Union. These incredible changes occurred not only in political policy and behavior, but also in social life and within framework of economic rules, especially the aspects concerning the key factor of new and advanced economies, which is based on Innovation Technology (IT). In fact, IT is becoming to be a key factor or, at least, the enzymatic factor necessary for activating asolid economy, based on advanced products and manufacturing, and with an incredible and unforeseeable impact on human lifestyle and wellbeing. This tool of development coupled to a world-wide movement towards a post-industrial era, with poorly defined economic, social and cultural boundaries is rapidly gaining support all over the world, supporting and creating a "global market". This globalization, intended as market expansion and flooding, is really a deeper and more complex phenomenon, surely mainly deriving from a cultural movement (the origin and aim ofthe use of IT as a tool for World Globalization). The process of globalization of the Innovation Market, which might have originated the economy failure of Eastern Europe with a risk of disintegration, is really the only way to solve the problem; therefore, the integration within the whole of Europe should be based on the paradigm of an Innovation Policy.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface. Science in Russia under Transition to a Market- Oriented Economy; G.V. Kozlov. Small Innovative Enterprises in Russia: Current State Development; S. Kudria. New Multimedia Technologies and Market Globalization of Innovation; C. Corsi. Systems of Information and Consulting Services for Innovation Technology Transfer to SME's; R. Vacca. Introducing Innovative Projects in the Industry: The Experience of the Moscow State Aviation Institute (Technical University); F.I. Paramonov, O.V. Kolesnichenko. Problems of Telecommunication Systems and Their Role in the Development of International Science and Technology Co-Operation; L. Mindeli, S. Gubanov. United States State and Federal Governments: Enhancing Economic Competitiveness Through Collaboration; C. Coburn, et al. The Comparative Demands Relating to the Effective Application of CADCAM in Vertically Integrated and Distributed Product-Based Organisations; J. Murray. Technology Policy: The Implementation of Innovation as a Tool of Economic Development; B. Szántó. How to Provide, Obtain and Exploit a Better Way to Transfer Information to SMEs? J.E. Batail. European Cooperation. German Experience in the Use of Common Technical Languages for Chemical Process Industries; U.L. Kreul, A. Gorak. An Information System to Deliver Innovative Services to SMEs: The Case of a Science and Technology Park in Southern Italy; E. Corti, et al. The Russian Culture and the Innovation, as a West Culture; C. Cardone. Innovation, Free Market Economy and Information Technologies; G. Da Costa Pereira. Virtual Corporations; R. Hauges. Diffusion Model of Technology Transfer; D.K. Daukeev. Change Strategy and High Technology: The Added Value of Local Development; R. Botteghi. The `Virtual Company' Revolution; D. Robson. WorldMarket of Innovations and Russian Small Innovative Enterprises; E. Vorobieva. Strategic Parameters in Planning Information Networks: Some Features of the US Experience; A. Coletti.
Untertitel: 'NATO Science Partnership Sub-Series: 4'. 1997. Auflage. Book. Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: März 1997
Seitenanzahl: 216 Seiten