5 edition of The Technological behaviour of public enterprises in developing countries found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Jeffrey James.|
|Contributions||James, Jeffrey., International Labour Office., World Employment Programme.|
|LC Classifications||HD4420.8 .T43 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||234 p. :|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||89005962|
PUBLIC ENTERPRISE, , Vol. 18, PP. , Ljubljana, January-December VISION OF ICPE to become a hub of excellence in financial and social responsibility performance for public enterprises; based on its 35 year history and experience as well as on the network of existing and new members, affiliated members and internationalFile Size: 1MB. IJTLID is devoted to the study of the nature of technological innovation processes at the level of firms, industries/clusters and countries, the various influences on such processes, and their implications for industrial growth, techno-economic and social development in the context of contemporary late-industrialising countries. Its broad approach will help uncover the dynamics and intricacies.
Chapter 1 drew attention to the similarity in the technological behaviour of public enterprises in the industrial sector of various African countries. This observation is striking because it does not conform to what one might have expected on the basis of the highly disparate development strategies that were adopted in countries such as Kenya Author: Jeffrey James. In Public enterprises, capital ownership does not have to be exclusively public. It follows therefore that Public enterprise is expected to be self financing through government which controls majority of its shares (Omoleke, ). Public enterprises or corporations are managed by board of directors with a chairman appointed by the : Godwin Ilesanmi.
We cannot ignore the fact that these multinational companies have played a vital role in technological and overall development of developing countries. Starting from transfer of technology to bringing new ways of managing business to improving productivity to making local . Questionnaire on Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION A. STATEMENT OF GENERAL PROBLEM Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria have not performed creditably well and hence have not played the expected vital and vibrant role in worrying when compared with what other developing and developed countries have been File Size: KB.
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[Jeffrey James; International Labour Office.; World Employment Programme.;]. Public enterprises in developing countries: issues of privatization (English) Abstract.
This paper examines the reasons for the shift towards the privatization of public enterprises in developing countries and the conditions under which privatization will bring the desired results.
It is suggested that privatization may be regarded as a Cited by: 4. Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries 3 factors are used more efficiently, raising their rate of return. As a result, firms become larger and start to exploit econ-omies of scale.
In this case, innovation becomes more important and poten-tially contributes to around 10 per cent of economic activity. Finally. The technological behaviour of public enterprises in developing countries: A study prepared for the International Labour Office within the framework of the World Employment Programme: Author: James, M.J.
Publisher: Tilburg School of Economics and Management: Date issued: Access: Restricted Access: Language: English: Type: Book: Publisher. The state owned enterprises play an important political, economic and developmental role in their respective countries.
The public enterprises of the erstwhile Soviet Union comprised of 85% of the workforce of the country. The growth of public enterprises also has its roots in the colonial pasts of the countries of Asia and Africa.
‘I learnt a lot from this book. Innumerable books discuss innovation and entrepreneurship, on the one hand, and specific problems of developing countries, on the other, but connecting them in Schumpeter’s and Gerschenkron’s spirit is rare. The volume edited by Szirmai, Naudé, and Goedhuys stands above the literature with its thorough research, clarity of discussion, and relevance of.
Comparative study of public enterprise management in different countries around the world, pointing to historical trends and current issues and problems.
Experts survey an interesting collection of countries in the Americas, Asia, the Middle/Near East, Europe, and Australia. They also discuss public enterprise management education. References with each chapter contribute to the usefulness of.
ADVERTISEMENTS: Public Enterprises: Role of Public Enterprises (PEs) for Society. The creation and growth of state (public) sector of business is designed as an instrument of social control.
For a developing country public enterprises have become a key factor for the planned and balanced growth. A.H. Hanson rightly observes that, “Public enterprise without a plan [ ]. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Building technological capability in less developed countries Science and Public Policy April 97 the generation and use of innovation in a national economy. The adoption of technology by developing countries has had profound effects on their economies, such as reducing the national costs of production, establishing standards for quality, and allowing individuals to communication from a distance.
Unfortunately, the current process remains one of adaptation, rather than innovation. With member countries, staff from more than countries, and offices in over locations, the World Bank Group is a unique global partnership: five institutions working for sustainable solutions that reduce poverty and build shared prosperity in developing countries.
By Kevin Howell Developing nations and remote communities face unique challenges when it comes to sustainability and growth, even as globalization has led to many advancements throughout the world.
The United Nations recognized the progress made in developing countries since the turn of the century at its Summit on Post Development last year, but.
Role of Public Enterprise in Underdeveloped Countries. In under-developed countries, public enterprises are badly needed to initiate and accelerate the developmental process. They can promote economic development in the following ways. (i) By Creating Social and Economic Overheads.
The importance of public enterprises is become clear from the following points. Planned Development. Most developing countries have five years development plans for economic development. Public enterprises are given specific roles and targets in such plans.
Public sector programs are also implemented by public enterprises. which developing country enterprises create and use technology has become much more complex and dynamic thanks to greater integration with the world economy, the 'global' strategies of multi-national enterprises, changes in the rules of the game such as the World Trade Organisation (WTO) agreements, and the fast pace of technological change.
This volume consists of papers chosen from the Boston Area Public Enterprise Group Conference that was held in and concentrated on public enterprises in less-developed countries. The Boston Area Public Enterprise Group is composed of scholars dedicated to understanding the public enterprises operating in the world's mixed by: Information Technology and Economic Development in Developing Countries: /ch Within last decades, there were very high level of increase of information technology production.
This production successfully speeds up technological changesCited by: 1. This chapter is closely linked to the previous one because it documents in some detail the systematic tendencies in the technological behaviour of public enterprises that were mentioned there. It is also closely related to the later chapters because of the emphasis that it places on external capital in financing the extraordinarily rapid growth Author: Jeffrey James.
The technological behavior of public enterprises in developing countries: New York: Routledge, Chapman & Hall, pp., index, $Author: David E. Gay. Technological entrepreneurship, also referred to as tech- nology-based entrepreneurship, can be defined as the setting up of new enterprises by individuals or corpora- tions to exploit technological innovation.
It can also be described as the commercialization of emerging techno- logical discoveries or innovation. Technological entre-File Size: KB.ADVERTISEMENTS: “Public enterprises are autonomous or semi-autonomous corporations and companies established, owned and controlled by the state and engaged in industrial and commercial activities.” Public enterprises as a form of business organisation have gained importance only in recent times.
During twentieth century various governments started participating in industrial and commercial.Income, Social Class and Consumer Behaviour: A Focus on Developing Nations Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research 14(10) October with.