2 edition of Soviet experience in transfer of technology to industrially less developed countries found in the catalog.
Soviet experience in transfer of technology to industrially less developed countries
A. N. Bykov
1973 by United Nations Institute for Training and Research in New York .
Written in English
|Statement||by A. N. Bykov ; with A. V. Letenko and M. P. Strepetova.|
|Series||UNITAR research reports ;, no. 15|
|Contributions||Letenko, A. V., joint author., Strepetova, M. P. joint author.|
|LC Classifications||T174.3 .B9413|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||187 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||77379350|
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Soviet experience in transfer of technology to industrially less developed countries. New York: United Nations Institute for Training and Research, (OCoLC) THE TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGY TO LESS DEVELOPED COUNTRIES: A MODEL FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE TECHNOLOGY RECIPIENT JULIO 0.
DE CASTRO University of Colorado, Boulder WILLIAM S. SCHULZE University of Connecticut This paper presents a conceptual model of international technology transfer from the technology recipient's by: In short, regionalism can play a significant role in successful technology transfer in the less developed world.
The first steps in this respect are: setting uniform standards, development of local (for example, inter-province) scientific and technological information links, pilot regional programmes, and educational techniques for technology.
In recent years, the Soviet experience in transfer of technology to industrially less developed countries book of the impact of technology on economic growth Soviet experience in transfer of technology to industrially less developed countries book generated considerable research interest and activity in developed countries.
Meaningful research into the impact of Technology Transfer and Economic Growth in the Less-developed Countries: A Technology Gap Approach | SpringerLinkCited by: 2. In this book, Santosh Mehrotra presents a comprehensive study of this trading relationship and the transfer of technology from the Soviet Union.
He begins by outlining Indian economic strategy since the s and the role of Soviet and East European technical assistance.
While what follows will emphasize the transfer of technology into the agriculture of less Soviet experience in transfer of technology to industrially less developed countries book countries, with the extraordinary instance of the Green Revolution taken illustratively as a reference base, our purpose, transcending the particularities of economic development, is to cast light on a universal phenomenon and a general need.
For the less developed and emerging market economies that are not able to produce their own production technologies, the transfer of technology and its effective use in production process.
The book highlights the plight of millions of laborers and the poor working conditions pertaining to industrially less developed countries where the working environment mirrors the socio-economic deprivation of the people.
Woven throughout the 34 chapters of this book is the tenet that good ergonomics is good economics. This article introduces a decision framework for technology transfer from the developed countries (DCs) or multinational corporations (MNCs) to less developed countries (LDCs).
The role of multinational companies as an agent of technology transfer for economic development of less developed countries is potential and very important (Bruce Peters, ).
FOR MNCS: Keeping aside few instances that have taken place and the points noted against the multinational companies in less developing countries. the international transfer of commercial technology to developing countries. by walter a. chudson. new york: unitar, pp.
iv, the international transfer of technology in the establishment of the petrochemical in-dustry in developing countries. by robert b. stobaugh. new york: unitar, pp. iv, Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers & Technology Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.
Librivox Free Audiobook. Podcasts. Featured Full text of "The Noncapitalist Way: Soviet Experience and the Liberated Countries". The book highlights the plight of millions of laborers and the poor working conditions pertaining to industrially less developed countries where the working environment mirrors the socio-economic deprivation of the people.
Woven throughout the 34 chapters of this book is the tenet that good ergonomics is good economics. Less developed countries (LDCs) Nation with a low level of material well-being, Include the world's poorest countries such as Bangladesh Nepal Albania and the nations of central and south Africa. They also include nation such as Mexico Poland Saudi Arabia.
Soviet Experience in Transfer of Technology to Industrially Less Developed Countries () [hereinafter cited as Soviet Experience]. For a view that Third World perceptions of the socialist bloc are beginning to be more critical, see Brandt Commission, supra note 3, at 6. See. CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH.
SERVICE. information on concrete Soviet experience with computers. Over a third of the book is devoted to more general historical and theoretical considerations, which only occasionally provide specific data as to how Communist ideological goals are being affected by technical in-novations.
What have the effects of technology transfer been in these coun. Science and technology in the Soviet Union served as an important part of national politics, practices, and the time of Lenin until the dissolution of the USSR in the early s, both science and technology were intimately linked to the ideology and practical functioning of the Soviet state, and were pursued along paths both similar and distinct from models in other countries.
industrially developing countries just entering world trade with relatively low per capita incomes examples of Less-developed countries (LDCs) Asia and Latin America, South Africa.
The role which foreign, and particularly American, technology and industrial expertise played in the Soviet economy during the interwar period is still inadequately understood and is a subject of some controversy, with implications not only for an understanding of Soviet history and society but for the study of international technology by: The Sino-Soviet economic offensive in the less developed countries United States.
Girish Mishra Not In Library. Soviet experience in transfer of technology to industrially less devel A. Bykov Not In LibraryTechnical assistance, Soviet, Foreign economic relations, Economic assistance, Soviet, Accessible book. title: the technological gap: the ussr vs the us and western europe (er ir ) keywords: soviet analysis, soviet political analysis, soviet economic analysis.
Technology transfer to developing countries is an impossible dream This article is more than 10 years old Collaboration between private investors and public sector is Author: Cath Bremner. This article examines the significance of the high-technology transfer issue in the United States, centering on the primary problem of high-technology transfer, i.e., protection of critical technology (to avoid its assimilation into Soviet weapons systems), and the economic ramifications of tight government regulation which limits American trade and can have a stifling effect on our high Author: William H.
Smits. Industrially developing countries have the largest populations, the highest levels of poverty, poor health, and illiteracy, and the greatest need for improvement in working conditions.
And as the marketplace and the workforce goes increasingly global, accountability with regard to the abuse of cheap labor in developing countries is becoming an.
The final two parts include papers on technology transfer processes and issues in selected countries of Latin America, East Asia, the transition economies and the mature industrial economies.
The Economics of Technology Transfer will be essential reading for students, researchers and policy makers concerned with international technology transfer. this sense, Western technology transfer to the U.S.S.R. has had ample prece- dent; foreign technology and capital infusion have played a relatively large role in Russian economic growth for the past years.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 25 cm. Contents: Preface / Howard Pack --The meaning of technology mastery in relation to transfer technology / Carl J. Dahlman and Larry E. Westphal --Appropriate industrial technology: benefits and obstacles / Howard Pack --Technology choice and the distribution of income / Gustav Ranis --Benefits and obstacles to.
Peter Robinson Soviet Economic Assistarice to thr Less Developed Countries: A Stahtical Anaiysir. By Quintin Oxford: Oxford University Press, â ¬ The topic of Soviet economic assistance to less developed countries is important and interesting.
Sutton--Western-Technology Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. This is a good book, worth your time. Sutton shares the details of the financing and the technology.
[ Technology Transfer and the Soviet Union – Vol 1 ]. ; [ Tech Transfer - Soviet. more-developed countries According to the United Nations’ stages of economic development for classifying countries with respect to levels of industrialization, a country that is industrially underdeveloped, agrarian, has subsistence society with rural populations and extremely low per capita income levels falls under the category of _____.
Technology transfer holds great potential to improve the health and livelihoods of people living in poorer countries. Those of you who read Charles Kenny’s book Getting Better will know about the huge gains in health across the world because of the spread of germ theory (ideas), hand-washing (norms), and antibiotics (technology) in the 20th.
In developed countries, research and development (R&D) activities are are important channels of technology transfer countries have been less successful. In Thailand, for instance, rapid growth. When modern medical technology was introduced in industrially less developed countries after World War II, the result was a dramatic drop in mortality rates and a population explosion.
The best news today is that populations in most industrialized countries (notably excepting the United States) are no longer expanding, and some have even begun Author: Paul R. Ehrlich. Anthony Sutton was a research Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, from to He is a former economics professor at California State University Los Angeles.
He was born in London in and educated at the universities of London, Gottingen and California with a /5(10). The Technology Transfer Paradigm: A Critique Ali Shamsavari1 Abstract In this paper we examine certain central themes common to literature on technology transfer such as technological independence, appropriateness of technology and completeness of technology transfer.
It is claimed that these and associated concepts form a coherent paradigm. These striking developments call for new efforts to understand the process of trade and technology transfer between the Soviet Union and the West.
That process has been shaped by a multitude of political and technical factors. The US was ahead in some areas, the Soviet were ahead in others. The US DOD actually asked themselves this question in as well. The Americans projected that based on their current knowledge of Soviet technology they had a unquestionable lead.
Industrially developing countries have the largest populations, the highest levels of poverty, poor health, and illiteracy, and the greatest need for improvement in working conditions.
And as the marketplace and the workforce goes increasingly global, accountability with regard to the abuse of Price: $ Moreover, by comparing Soviet performance not only with advanced but with less developed countries, he provides a meaningful context for its evaluation.
Although the Russian economy began to develop in the late nineteenth century based on wheat exports, modern economic growth proved elusive. The dramatic collapse pdf the Russian ruble last month cast a stark, unflattering spotlight on the economy of one of the world’s most important countries.
In recent years Russia has become almost.M. L. Weitzman-Technology Transfer to the USSR: An Economic Analysis A production-function study is undertaken that attempts to estimate the marginal productivity of machinery imported from the West for Soviet industry, and for the subsectors of chemicals, petroleum, and machinery during the .In the mids, West European exports to ebook Soviet Union were marginal, less than percent of the combined gross national product of countries of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
OECD countries provided the Soviet Union with high-technology and industrial equipment, chemicals, metals, and agricultural products.