|Statement||Somi Seong, Steven W. Popper|
|Contributions||Popper, Steven W., 1953-, Zheng, Kungang|
|LC Classifications||HC470.H53 S66 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvi, 183 p. :|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||2005000592|
Get this from a library! Strategic choices in science and technology: Korea in the era of a rising China. [So-mi Sŏng; Steven W Popper; Kungang Zheng] -- Can Korea maintain its market position in both Chinese and world markets as China becomes more competitive in many industries where Korea currently has a relative advantage? This study develops a. iv Strategic Choices in Science and Technology: Korea in the Era of a Rising China providing decisionmakers and the public with rigorous, objective re-search on critical policy issues affecting Asia and U.S.-Asia relations. The Center for Asia Pacific Policy is part of International Programs at. Local Government and Strategic Choice, Second Edition discusses decision-making in local government, in particular, to those more strategic levels of choice which tend to be linked with the terms 'planning' and 'policy-making.' This book is organized into four parts. Part I centers on an appraisal of planning in a major local authority. The breadth of strategic planning impacts the relationship between strategic choices and technology transfer effectiveness. Abstract Current theorising about the contingencies underpinning the effectiveness of university technology transfer has emphasised the importance of organisational support, namely the scale of Technology Transfer Office.
All journal articles featured in Technology Analysis & Strategic Management vol 32 issue 8. Sustainable Growth in Global Markets provides a comprehensive introduction to the concept of market and business management outside the domestic market. It covers complex elements of market management, analysing behavioural theories such as theory of . This book is the first collection of scholarly writings on science and technology parks (STPs) that has an international perspective. It explores concrete ways to systematically collect information on public and private organizations related to their support of and activities in STPs, including incubation to start-up and scale-up, and collaborations with centers of knowledge creation. Originally published in this book examines problems related to investment planning, capacity additions, and choice of technology in dynamic manufacturing systems characterized by multiple products, dynamic demand growth, uncertainty in demand and availability of alternative technologies. A model-based methodology is developed that focuses on trade-offs between flexible and conventional.
This book challenges the belief that the world’s most successful people are specialists in their profession of choice (sports, business, technology, science, the arts) — and began their pursuit early in life. It’s the generalists who are primed to excel, even those with a late start, says author David Epstein. He breaks it all down and. Associate Professor of Political Science and member of the Security Studies Program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; author of Causes of War: Power and the Roots of Conflict. America's Strategic Choices collects the best recent writing on American grand strategy. It is an excellent reader for courses on US foreign policy, grand strategy. A political, economic, social, technological, environmental and legal (PESTEL) analysis seeks to delineate the macro-environment within which strategic choices are to be made. Science was a strong component of the modernization and military agendas of the BRICS, with considerable technological transfers from the Soviet Union to both China and. Contending perspectives on the future of US grand strategy. Almost a decade has passed since the end of the Cold War, but the United States has yet to reach a consensus on a coherent approach to the international use of American power. The essays in this volume present contending perspectives on the future of US strategy. Options for US policy include primacy, cooperative security, selective.