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Problems of small, high-technology firms
|Series||Special report -- NSF 81-305, Special report (National Science Foundation (U.S.))|
|Contributions||National Science Foundation (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
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The strategic implications for small Chinese high‐technology firms are also discussed. The Network as Relationship Entrepreneurs gain access to a variety of tangible or intangible resources held by other actors via their interpersonal and interorganizational relationships (Hoang and Antoncic, ).Cited by: The latest edition of this international edited book series, based on the formation and growth problems of High Technology Small Firms (HTSFs), contains the best papers presented at the and conferences, both held at Manchester Business by: Product Information.
Hardbound. The selected papers in this volume bear witness to a maturing of High Technology Small Firms (HTSF) research. In the past, HTSF research has produced some solid findings, but also several paradoxes: shedding more light on the unintended and paradoxical effects of technology developments regarding HTSFs is now one of the aims of research in this field, and an.
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dissatisfaction was greater in the high-technology sectors since these are more likely to experience a genuine skills gap. In the literature on small firms frequent reference is made to the widespread.
New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium - Kindle edition by Aard Groen, Gary Cook, Peter van der Sijde. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading New Technology-Based Firms in. This volume is the latest edition of an international edited book series based on the formation and growth problems of High Technology Small Firms (HTSFs) begun in This body of work is unique, and maps the evolution of research in this area.
Information Page. Editorial Objectives Topicality Key Benefits Key Audiences The Editor Contact the Editorial Team Testimonials. Editorial Objectives. The objectives of the series are to provide up to date research on a variety of aspects of High Technology Small Firm formation and growth (HTSFs) from a range of interdisciplinary perspectives.
Many small businesses in the service-producing sector are retailers—they buy goods from other firms and resell them to consumers, in stores, by phone, through direct mailings, or over the Internet. Other small business owners in this sector are wholesalers —they sell products to businesses that buy them for resale or for company use.
His research interests include the problems of innovation and growth in high-technology industry in general, and high-technology small firms in particular, at both UK national and international level. He is the author of High-Technology New Firms: Variable Barriers to Growth (Paul Chapman Publishing, ).
Created in through the Small Business Innovation Development Act, the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) is the nation’s largest innovation program. It provides competitively awarded grants to small high-technology firms with technically sound and commercially promising but unproven ideasFor a comprehensive review of the concept and performance of this year-old program, see.
The panel discussion indicated general agreement that trade policy is a good tool for dealing with problems of market access. This is the positive side of the U.S.-Japan semiconductor trade agreement, according to David Yoffie. The downside to trade policy becomes clear when the problems relate more.
DAVID C. MOWERY. No observer of recent developments in the trade and investment relationships among the industrial and industrializing nations of the world can fail to be struck by the extent to which trade and investment flows, and the foreign and domestic public policies affecting them, now influence the technology development and investment decisions of U.S.
firms. The small scale entrepreneurs have to encounter numerous problems relating to overdependence on institutional agencies for funds and consultancy services, lack of credit-worthiness, education, training, lower profitability and host of marketing and other problems. The Government of India has initiated various schemes aimed at improving the.
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The question of whether government-backed funds helped to reduce the equity gap for high-tech firms remains yet to be tested. However, there is some evidence that supports the creation and operation of VCGFs to overcome the equity gap for small high-technology firms in by: 1.
Defining the small firm is somewhat arbitrary as criteria used to classify entities as such include size, number of employees, sales volume, asset size, type of customer, capital requirements and market share. There is, however, general agreement that smallness and newness create specific difficulties for business.
Furthermore, there is widespread acceptance of the notion that small firms Cited by: Ethnic Research - Multi-Cultural Audiences Market research agencies offering ethnic research services with multi-cultural audiences.
Find companies that provide research about a group of people who share a common language or set of customs, traits or characteristics. Many small firms fail when they attempt operate the way large firms do.
They are not simply smaller versions of large corporations. Their legal organization, market position, staff capability, managerial style and organization, and financial resources generally differ from bigger companies, which give them some unique advantages over larger-scale competitors.5/5.
Abstract. India’s economy is considered to be among the most vibrant economies of the world in the twenty-first century. One of the pillars of its growth has been the information technology (IT) industry, which contributes % of the country’s : Rushi Pandya, Nirlesh Kothari.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: 1. Into the New Millennium / Wim During, Ray Oakey and Michelle Kipling Restless Capitalism, Experimental Economics / J. Stan Metcalfe The Role and Impact of External (Non-Executive) Directors and Advisers in High Technology Small Companies / David Deakins and.
The New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millenium series provides up to date research on a variety of aspects of High Technology Small Firm formation and growth (HTSFs) from a range of interdisciplinary perspectives and from national contexts throughout the world. High technology, or high tech (sometimes also called frontier technology or frontier tech), is technology that is at the cutting edge: the most advanced technology available.
The opposite of high tech is low technology, referring to simple, often traditional or mechanical technology; for example, a slide rule is a low-tech calculating device.
The phrase was used in a The New York Times. Herndon Security operates across Florida and Georgia with a variety of products and services. It has a unit located in Tampa that provides home security to its clients, and another unit in Atlanta that provides security for businesses, in particular banks and high-technology firms.
This is a _____ structure. Venture capital has emerged as an important intermediary in financial markets, providing capital to young high-technology firms that might have otherwise gone unfunded. Venture capitalists have developed a variety of mechanisms to overcome the problems that emerge at each stage of the investment process.
for firms to grow and scale, acting as a bridge from SME to mid-size firm and beyond; small IPOs helped Amazon, eBay, and Yahoo. all become the giants they are today. But sincethe number of IPOs has been on the decline in the U.S., and the total number of firms listed on U.S.
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Reindustrialization and Technology. Geoffrey Rothwell The Role of TechnologyBased Small Firms in the Emergence of New Technologies entrepreneurs equipment established evaluation example existing export factors Fairchild Semiconductor finance funding growth high-technology important improvement increase Industrial Innovation industrial Reviews: 1.
Regarding the benefits of the SBIR program, there have been several empirical analyses. This study mainly follows Lerner’s () seminal work analyzing the growth of U.S.
SBIR program awardees’ sales and employment. The study was extended to incorporate intellectual property and market creation (Link & Scott, ).To clearly discuss the causal relationship between SBIR awards Cited by: 1. The selected papers in this volume bear witness to a maturing of High Technology Small Firms (HTSF) research.
In the past, HTSF research has produced some solid findings, but also several paradoxes: shedding more light on the unintended and paradoxical effects of technology developments regarding HTSFs is now one of the aims of research in this field, and an observed change in the focus of the. Innovation in High-Technology Companies: The Small Firm's Perspective with Reference to the Mobile Phone Sector - Ben Beiske - Presentation (Elaboration) - Business economics - Miscellaneous - Publish your bachelor's or master's thesis, dissertation, term paper or essay.
More specifically, taking China’s largest manufacturing industry (that is, electronics) as an example, the book found that, when a city government allied with large global firms, the emerging supply gap between global and domestic firms encouraged both the government and MNCs to promote a group-offshoring strategy, which co-outsourced foreign.
There are chapters on management attitudes and ability considered as a potential barrier to development, and other problems such as lack of finance and of a suitably qualified workforce. The book stresses the importance of communicating the latest advances in technology to small firms, and urges the need to re-think government tax and Brand: Taylor And Francis.
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) account for over 95% of firms and 60%% of employment and generate a large share of new jobs in OECD economies.
They have specific strengths and weaknesses that may require spe-cial policy responses. As File Size: KB. Downloadable (with restrictions). The article explores how the innovative performance of small high-tech firms relates to their external networking activities, and whether geographical proximity in their network relations matters.
Data from a small sample of electronics firms and software developers in South East England are used to construct indicators of innovativeness, which are correlated. The striking cover photo of Fiber Menace–a cereal bowl filled with brass hardware screws–primes the reader for its startling message: the USDA-endorsed high-fiber diet creates disastrous effects for the digestive system.
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This volume explores the struggles of entrepreneurs and civic-minded local leaders in fostering innovative activity, and identifies key business lessons for an economy Price: $ A timely new book by Adam Jaffe of Brandeis University and Josh Lerner of Harvard Business School makes a good case for how this is damaging America's innovation engine--and lays out a plan to fix Author: Newsweek Staff.
New Technology-Based Firms in the s: Volume One. is a contemporary, international 'state of the art' view of research in these areas. It will be essential reading for those who have an interest in the innovation and growth problems of high-technology small firms in the mids.
Adhocracy (a term from Alvin Toffler’s Future Shock) is an ideal structure for sophisticated innovation, one that is able to fuse experts drawn from different disciplines into smoothly functioning ad hoc project acy structure is the most complex structure among the five, yet it is not highly ordered unlike Machine Bureaucracy, Professional Bureaucracy, and Divisionalized Form.This book consists of selected papers from the Annual High Technology Small Firms (HTSFs).
The conference is acknowledged by experts in the field to be a particularly useful and authoritative record of the evolution of HTSF research since the inception of the .