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Gutachten / 1998

Sector Study: Telecommunication

1998| Jürgen Müller
Gutachten / 1998

Sector Study: Computers

1998| Jürgen Bitzer
Gutachten / 1998

Sector Study: Cars

1998| Xavier Richet, Frédéric Bourassa
Gutachten / 1998

Conceptual Framework, Summary and Industry Studies

1998| Jürgen Bitzer, Christian von Hirschhausen (Eds.)
Gutachten / 1998

Sector Study: Shipbuilding

1998| Jürgen Bitzer, Christian von Hirschhausen
Weitere Aufsätze

Industrial Restructuring in Ukraine Seven Years after Independence: From Socialism to a Planning Economy?

In: Communist Economies & Economic Transformation 10 (1998), 4, S. 451-465 | Christian von Hirschhausen
Diskussionspapiere 148 / 1997

The Computer Industry in East and West: Do Eastern European Countries Need a Specific Science and Technology Policy?

National science and technology (S&T) systems are mentioned, in politics as well as in science, as a condition for the competitiveness of domestic high technology industries. An active S&T policy has, therefore, great importance for governments. Eastern European countries see, in an active S&T policy, the key for the creation of a new computer industry, which collapsed with socialism. With an industrial ...

1997| Jürgen Bitzer
Externe referierte Aufsätze

Global Competitiveness: Industrial Policy in the Performance of Asia and Europe

In: Journal of Contemporary Asia 27 (1997), 3, S. 338-355 | Georg Erber, Harald Hagemann, Stephan Seiter
Diskussionspapiere 149 / 1997

The Computer Software Industry in East and West: Do Eastern European Countries Need a Specific Science and Technology Policy?

National science and technology (S&T) systems are often mentioned as a condition for competitiveness of high technology sectors. Therefore, public S&T policies should actively support the development of national S&T systems. In particular in Eastern Europe an active S&T policy is often demanded to support the development of the supposed domestic "high technology potential". This paper shows that this ...

1997| Jürgen Bitzer
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