2 edition of development potential of high tech firms in backward areas found in the catalog.
development potential of high tech firms in backward areas
Ronald van der Mark
by Vrije Universiteit, Faculteit der Economische Wetenschappen en Econometrie in Amsterdam
Written in English
|Statement||Ronald van der Mark, Peter Nijkamp.|
|Series||Serie research memoranda : Researchmemorandum -- 1988-34, Serie research memoranda -- 1988-34.|
|Contributions||Nijkamp, Peter, 1946-|
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This growth will take the high-tech services share of all high-tech employment up to percent. As chart 3 shows, however, high-tech manufacturing output has seen only a slight decline in share, accounting for percent of total high-tech output in , little changed from its percent share in In , high-techFile Size: KB. Large areas of low-cost greenfield sites; As new high-tech firms locate in areas where high-tech labour skills are available, they encourage yet further clustering and agglomeration through links with suppliers and services and 'spin-off' start-ups from established incubator firms. High-tech industries require an excellent communications network.
Leaders Need Different Skills to Thrive in Tech. by The tech industry’s combination of high-velocity competition, complexity, global talent, and interdependence among rivals makes it a truly. list. Companies are ranked by total revenues for their respective fiscal years ended on or before Ma All data in the table is taken from the Fortune Global list of technology sector companies for unless otherwise specified.. As of , Fortune lists Amazon (revenue of $ billion) in the retailing sector rather than the technology sector.
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van der Mark and P. Nijkamp AbstractAuthor: R. van der Mark and P. Nijkamp. The book offers a comprehensive review of existing literature, concerning strategic alliances, management of technology and high-tech markets.
It further proposes the model of high-tech value chain, resulting from the nature of new technologies, but constituting the industry structure and impacting businesses of all high-tech companies.
This book, originally published inreviews the development of high technology industries at global and selected national and local levels, providing a unique insight into reasons for and consequences of such modern industrial by: The development potential of high tech firms in backward areas By der Mark and P.
Nijkamp Download PDF (1 MB)Author: der Mark and P. Nijkamp. G LASMEIER A. () Factors governing the development of high tech industry agglomerations: a tale of three cities, Reg.
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