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The Knowledge-based economy in Central and Eastern Europe: countries and industries in a process of change

Author: Piech, Krzysztof ; Radosevic, SlavoPublisher: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 320 p. : Graphs/Maps ; 23 cm.ISBN: 1403936579Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Print HC500.6 .K66 2006
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Contents The Knowledge Based Economy in Central and Eastern Europe The Knowledge Based Economy in Central and Eastern Europe List of Tables List of Figures List of Abbreviations Notes on the Contributors Acknowledgements Preface 1 Introduction and Overview viii xi xiv mi xviii xix Part I The Knowledge-basedEconomy in Historical, Growth and Theoretical Perspective 2 'Catching Up' and Innovation Systems: Implications for Eastern Europe Chris Freeman 3 The Knowledge-based Economy in Central and Eastern Europe: An Overview of Key Issues Slavo Radosevic 13 31 Part I1 Dimensions of Transformation Towards a Knowledge-based Economy 4 Global Production Systems and Technological Catching Up: Thinking Twice About High-tech [ndustries in Emerging Countries Martin Srholec 5 The Output and Productivity Growth Effects of the Use of Information and Communication Technologies: The Case of Poland Marcin Piatkowski 57 6 New Economy Companies in Central and Eastern Europe: Multimedia Companies in Romania jenny Collyer, Doinita Anton, Vincent Edwards and Gloria Lee 96 Knowledge Accumulation, Networks and Information and Communication Technologies: Evidence from Traditional Industries in Central and Eastern Europe Deniz Eylern Yomk and Nick von Tunzelmann Barriers to Venture Capital Investment in Innovative Small and Medium Enterprises in Central and Eastern Europe: Causes and Policy Implications Nian Petkov Iliev Skills for Knowledge-based Economy in Central Europe Anna Kadefdbkovd Access to Education and Knowledge-based Economy in Poland: The Regional Perspective Roberl Guzik Part 111 Transformation Towards a Knowledge-based Economy: Country Assessments From lndustrial Capitalism to Intellectual Capitalism: The Bumpy Road to a Knowledge-based Economy in Hungary Andrea Szalavetz The Polish Economy between Transition and Knowledge-based Growth: From Ricardian Success to Schumpeterian Decline Stanistaw Kubielas Key Challenges to the Development of the Knowledge-based Economy in Poland Michat Gdrzyriski, Matgorzata Jakubiak and Richard Woodward From Quantity to Quality: Critical Assessment of Slovenia's Potential for Knowledge-based Growth Maja Rutar and Metka Stare Part IV Supporting Transformation Towards a Knowledge-based Economy: Policy Issues 15 Knowledge-intensiveActivities versus High-tech Sectors: Learning Options and Traps for Central European Policy-makers Attila Havas 16 The Need for a New Paradigm in Policy-making for the Knowledge-based Economy: Stimulating Knowledge Production in Romania Radu Gheorghiu and Geomina Turlea Innovation Policy for a Knowledge-based Economy in Central and Eastern Europe: Driver of Growth or New Layer of Bureaucracy? Slaw Radosevic and Alasdair Reid 17 Index

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