The knowledge-based economy
in Central and Eastern Europe: Countries and Industries in a Proces of Change

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  • Palgrave-Macmillan, Basingstoke – New York 2006.
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Po na ogół udanej i zakończonej już w części krajów transformacji od socjalizmu do gospodarki rynkowej, państwa Eurpy Środkowo-Wschodniej stają przed nowym wyzwaniem – jak dogonić „stare” kraje UE?

Książka zawiera pierwszą, systematyczną analizę tego, jak Europa Środkowo-Wschodnia przechodziła restrukturyzację z perspektywy gospodarki opartej na wiedzy? Jest ona ważnnym wkładem w zrozumienie procesów, które kształtują obecny i przyszły wzrost wschodniej części rozszerzonej UE.

 

Zawartość

List of Tables
List of Figures
List of Abbreviations
Notes on Contributors
Acknowledgements
Preface
Introduction and Overview: S. Radosevic & K. Piech

THE KNOWLEDGE-BASED ECONOMY IN HISTORICAL, GROWTH AND THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE

‚Catching-up’ and Innovation Systems: Implications for Central and Eastern Europe: C. Freeman
The Knowledge-based Economy in Central and Eastern European Countries: An Overview of Key Issues: S. Radosevic

DIMENSIONS OF TRANSFORMATION TOWARDS A KNOWLEDGE-BASED ECONOMY

  1. M. Srholec:
    Global Production Systems and Technological Catching Up; Thinking Twice about High-tech Industries in Emerging Countries.
  2. M. Piatkowski: The Output and Productivity Growth Effects of the Use of Information and Communication Technologies: The Case of Poland.
    J. Collyer, D. Ariton, V. Edwards & G. LeeNew Economy Companies in Central and Eastern Europe: Multimedia Companies in Romania.
  3. D.E. Yoruk, N. von Tunzelmann:
    Knowledge Accumulation, Networks and Information and Communication Technologies: Evidence from Traditional Industries in Central and Eastern Europe.
  4. I.P. Iliev.
    Barriers to Venture Capital Investment in Innovative Small and Medium Enterprises in Central and Eastern Countries: Causes and Policy Implications.
  5. A. Kaderábková:
    Skills for Knowledge-based Economy in Central Europe.
  6. R. Guzik:
    Access to Education and Knowledge-based Economy in Poland: The Regional Perspective.

TRANSFORMATION TOWARDS A KNOWLEDGE-BASED ECONOMY: COUNTRY ASSESSMENTS

  1. A. Szalavetz:
    From Industrial Capitalism to Intellectual Capitalism: The Bumpy Road to a Knowledge-based Economy in Hungary.
  2. S. Kubielas:
    The Polish Economy between Transition and Knowledge-based Growth: From Ricardian Success to Schumpeterian Decline.
  3. M. Górzynski, M. Jakubiak & R. Woodward:
    Key Challenges to the Development of the Knowledge-based Economy in Poland.
  4. M. Bucar & M. Stare:
    From Quantity to Quality: Critical Assessment of Slovenia’s Potential for the Knowledge-based Economy.

SUPPORTING TRANSFORMATION TOWARDS A KNOWLEDGE-BASED ECONOMY: POLICY ISSUES

  1. A. Havas:
    Knowledge-Intensive Activities versus High-tech Sectors: Learning Options and Traps for Central European Policy-makers.
  2. R. Gheorghiu & G. Turlea:
    The Need for a New Paradigm in Policy Making for the Knowledge-based Economy: Stimulating the Knowledge Production in Romania.
  3. S. Radosevic & A. Reid:
    Innovation Policy for a Knowledge-based Economy in Central and Eastern Europe: Driver of Growth or New Layer of Bureaucracy?