Jasmina Kitanović - Internationalization of Innovation Systems

Lessons from Eastern Europe

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Innovation and technological change are repeatedly recognized as the main driving forces for economic development and growth. Economies which are characterized by faster growth rates compared to others are those which are in a position to create and economically use new technologies, production processes and products more successfully. In addition, economic development depends on the increasing process of globalization. Economies have to be integrated within global markets in order to get access to information, technology and expertise that are necessary to become and stay competitive on domestic and foreign markets. This is true for both highly industrialized and latecomer economies such as those located in Central and Eastern Europe. It is the latter group of economies that is at the heart of this book as special emphasis is put on a former socialist country of Eastern Europe - Serbia.

Actors of transition economies have to build strong local clusters and have to be actively integrated into international relations. The developmental growth of these economies depends on achieving a reasonable mix of domestic and foreign sources of knowledge due to weak technological and innovation capabilities of their local firms. It is the approach of innovation systems that places learning and innovation at the center of focus, but systematically underestimates the impact of international relationships. The first part of this book shows a way to solve this problem: The approach of innovation systems is supplemented by explicitly integrating international linkages with the help of the concept of Global Value Chains. In so doing, an approach has been built that allows a systemic analysis of both an innovation system‘s internal processes in terms of structural and relational adjustments within the system‘s boundaries and its external processes resulting from the influence of the foreign environment on the system‘s ability to generate innovation. As it is concluded…

Schlagworte

Innovation Systems, Global Value Chains, Globalization, Transition processes, Economic development, Automotive industry, Serbia, Economics, Volkswirtschaftslehre

  • Autor*in
    Jasmina Kitanović
  • Seiten
    412
  • Jahr
    Hamburg 2009
  • ISBN
    978-3-8300-4453-6
  • Schriftenreihe
    EURO-Wirtschaft – Studien zur ökonomischen Entwicklung Europas
  • ISSN
    1435-6899
  • Band
    35
  • Fachbereich
    Wirtschaft

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