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diffusion of electronics technology in the capital goods sector in the industrialized countries
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. Secretariat.
|Statement||study prepared by Charles Edquist and Staffan Jacobsson in co-operation with the UNCTAD secretariat.|
|Series||Document (United Nations) UNCTAD/TT/ -- 65|
|Contributions||Jacobsson, Staffan., Edquist, Charles, 1947-, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
To address the scope issue, we assembled a novel dataset that captures the diffusion of 6 products in 31 developed and developing countries from Europe, Asia, and North and South America. The set of countries in our dataset encompasses 60% of the world population and includes such emerging economies as China, India, Brazil, and by: Capital Goods Sector in India Past and Present Trends and Future Prospects 'I R Bhagavan This paper attempts an analysis of the roles played by the three major sub-seci'ors of the capital goods sector-machine tools, electrical equipment and chemical equipment-in .
Economies grow by upgrading the products they produce and export. The technology, capital, institutions, and skills needed to make newer products are more easily adapted from some products than from others. Here, we study this network of relatedness between products, or “product space,” finding that more-sophisticated products are located in a densely connected core whereas less Cited by: The most profitable sector within electronics, the semiconductor industry, has grown to become worth more than $ billion globally. The products produced by this sector are used in .
However, the industrialized and developing countries are on very different levels of scientific and technological development, and several indicators point to a widening of the economic, scientific, and technological gap between North and South, as the adoption of the key new technologies by industry proceeds at a much faster pace in the former. The electronics industry in China grew rapidly after the liberalization of the economy under the national strategic policy of accelerating the "informatization" of its industrial development.. In , China's electronic information sector made up % of the country's economic growth and its added-value output formed 7% of the GDP. Manufacturing was the sector that grew the fastest.
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