'The topic is important and neglected and has major implications for the types of industrial policy that make any sense in transition countries. the clear message of this book is that protective science and technology policies would, for the most part, be a total waste of money. What is needed now is internationalization and a demand-driven approach, exactly the opposite of the former nationally based and supply-led systems existing under socialism.' - Paul Hare, Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh, UK 'Here is a book that goes beyond the abstractions and platitudes of conventional qtransition economicsq to look at what is really happening on the ground in the post-socialist countries of Eastern Europe . . . the Globalization of Industry and Innovation in Eastern Europe presents a provocative but richly documented assessment of the central dynamic issues facing the East European economies today.' - David Dyker, SPRU - Science and Technology Policy Research, University of Sussex, UK In this important book, industrial and enterprise reform over the last decade in Eastern Europe is critically reviewed in light of increasing Eastern integration into the global economy. the authors argue for the further globalization of Eastern European enterprise networks as a condition for recovery and growth in the region. Empirical evidence is provided from five industrial sectors (car industry, telecommunication, shipbuilding, computers, software), including case studies and international comparisons.Eight Hungarian suppliers were involved in these activities in 1995, and three others joined this a#39;cluba#39; in 1996. ... include clutches, batteries, seats, seat belts, horns, windshield wipers, instrument panels, dashboards, wiring harnesses, shock absorbers ... high- value-added goods. its operation, made the third-largest profits in Hungary in 1997, Reintegration of the Hungarian automotive industry 101.
|Title||:||The Globalization of Industry and Innovation in Eastern Europe|
|Author||:||Christian von Hirschhausen, Jürgen Bitzer|
|Publisher||:||Edward Elgar Publishing - 2000-01-01|