Innovation and Market Globalization: The Position of SME's

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Carlo Corsi, Ali Akhunov
IOS Press, 2000 - Business & Economics - 137 pages
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An analysis of innovation and market globalization. After a general introduction with a study of globalization in its positive and negative aspects, it analyzes opportunities and threats which have arisen with market globalization and innovation in Central Asian countries. Experts from NATO and CIS countries, among others, review the possibilities and consequences of the globalization of innovation processes and discuss NATO-CIS co-operation projects. The book supplies an overview of the following subjects: innovation policies and assessment of strategies and their impact on market globalization in the future; Central Asian political-economic environment and identification of economic strategic factors; identification of innovation positive impacts on economy to promote further efforts towards co-operation among Western countries and Central Asian states; and the study and appraisal of theoretical and practical possibilities for supporting information exchange among SMEs, analyzing new telematic networks and their world-wide use.
 

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Contents

The Position of Small Medium Enterprises
14
The Kansas Science and Technology Initiative R A Bendis
27
The Legal Protection of Scientific and Research Innovation in Uzbekistan
45
Some Country Examples H A Goker
62
Experiences and Expectations of Innovation and Technology Transfer in SMEs
82
The Main Factors to Facilitate the Creation of Technical Knowledge
101
Globalization Implications for Central Asia L Sorrentino
114
The Case of Italian Laws C Di Marzio
129
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