Krzysztof Piech (red.)
Knowledge and innovation processes in Central and East European economies
- The Knowledge & Innovation Institute
- Warsaw 2007 (s. 356 + 27)
- Recenzent: Slavo Radosevic,
– Professor of Industry and Innovation Studies, University College London.
- Cena: 48 29 zł
- List of tables
- List of figures
- Notes on the contributors
- Introduction: Krzysztof Piech
Theoretical issues of knowledge and innovation processes in transition countries
- Marcin Piatkowski, Bart van Ark:
Productivity growth, technology and structural reforms in transition economies: a two-phase convergence process.
- Krzysztof Piech:
Knowledge economy and the long-term growth – are there any relations?
- Bartosz Witkowski:
Can R&D expenditures be found a growth factor in the new EU countries?
Knowledge and innovation in European and national policy agenda
- Jim Dratwa:
Analysing public policies for research and innovation: adding value with Europe.
- Tom Schuller:
Capacity building in educational research: sketching an international picture.
- Henri Delanghe, Sandrijn Vanslembrouck:
European Framework Programme collaborative research and the notion of critical mass.
- Karol Frank, Tomáš Jeck:
Innovation policy in the small and open economies – the case of the Slovak Republic.
- Attila Havas:
Escaping from the nutcracker? Innovation policy in Hungary.
- Ewa Okoń-Horodyńska:
Foresight – identification of science and technology priorities of economic development (the case of Poland).
Knowledge and innovation processes in Visegrad countries
- Anna Kadeřábková, Michal Beneš:
- Zdenka Matouskova, Vera Czesana, Vera Havlickova:
Human resources in Visegrad countries.
- Robert Guzik, Grzegorz Micek:
Geography of Polish e-business
- Štefan Rehák, Martin Sokol:
Regional pathways towards the knowledge economy – experiences from Slovakia:
Knowledge and innovation processes in industries
- Anna Kadeřábková, Martin Cicha:
Innovative performance in a learning economy.
- David A. Dyker:
Supply networking in middle-tech sectors: contrasting patterns among emerging economies.
- Anna Kadeřábková, Marek Rojíček:
Internationalization of production, trade and innovation in the Czech Republic.
Knowledge and innovation processes in enterprises
- Michał Górzyński:
Research and development activity of the largest Polish companies – problems and challenges.
- Piotr Niedzielski, Wojciech Downar, Katarzyna Rychlik:
Innovativeness of maritime sector companies in the Westpomeranian Region.
- Andrea Szalavetz:
Bound to grow through knowledge accumulation and networking – case study of Megatrend Zrt.