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The Resource Hi-tech for industrial development : lessons from the Brazilian experience in electronics and automation, edited by Hubert Schmitz and José Cassiolato

Hi-tech for industrial development : lessons from the Brazilian experience in electronics and automation, edited by Hubert Schmitz and José Cassiolato

Label
Hi-tech for industrial development : lessons from the Brazilian experience in electronics and automation
Title
Hi-tech for industrial development
Title remainder
lessons from the Brazilian experience in electronics and automation
Statement of responsibility
edited by Hubert Schmitz and José Cassiolato
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Dewey number
338.981
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Schmitz, Hubert
  • Cassiolato, José Eduardo
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  • High technology industries
  • Automation
Label
Hi-tech for industrial development : lessons from the Brazilian experience in electronics and automation, edited by Hubert Schmitz and José Cassiolato
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
other
Contents
  • Fátima Gaio
  • Lessons from the international and Brazilian experience
  • chapter 5 Why the market reserve is not enough
  • Ruy de Quadros Carvalho
  • Lessons from the diffusion of industrial automation technology in Brazilian process industries
  • chapter 6 Automation and work organisation
  • Elizabeth Bortolaia Silva
  • Contrasts between Brazilian and British car factories
  • chapter 7 Employment and skills in the Brazilian electronics industry
  • Tom Hewitt
  • Chapter 1 Fostering hi-tech industries in developing countries: introduction
  • chapter 8 Revolution in a recession?
  • Mike Porteous
  • Advanced technologies and Brazil's machine tool sector in the crisis
  • chapter 9 State policies and private interests
  • Maria Ines Bastos
  • The struggle over information technology policy in Brazil
  • chapter 10 Learning in industry and government
  • José Cassiolato Tom Hewitt Hubert Schmitz
  • Achievements, failures and lessons
  • Hubert Schmitz
  • chapter 2 An assessment of the market reserve for the Brazilian computer industry
  • Hubert Schmitz
  • chapter 3 The user-producer connection in hi-tech
  • José E. Cassiolato
  • A case-study of banking automation in Brazil
  • chapter 4 Software strategies for developing countries
Control code
ocn252801425
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 322 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9786610332762
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)252801425
Label
Hi-tech for industrial development : lessons from the Brazilian experience in electronics and automation, edited by Hubert Schmitz and José Cassiolato
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
other
Contents
  • Fátima Gaio
  • Lessons from the international and Brazilian experience
  • chapter 5 Why the market reserve is not enough
  • Ruy de Quadros Carvalho
  • Lessons from the diffusion of industrial automation technology in Brazilian process industries
  • chapter 6 Automation and work organisation
  • Elizabeth Bortolaia Silva
  • Contrasts between Brazilian and British car factories
  • chapter 7 Employment and skills in the Brazilian electronics industry
  • Tom Hewitt
  • Chapter 1 Fostering hi-tech industries in developing countries: introduction
  • chapter 8 Revolution in a recession?
  • Mike Porteous
  • Advanced technologies and Brazil's machine tool sector in the crisis
  • chapter 9 State policies and private interests
  • Maria Ines Bastos
  • The struggle over information technology policy in Brazil
  • chapter 10 Learning in industry and government
  • José Cassiolato Tom Hewitt Hubert Schmitz
  • Achievements, failures and lessons
  • Hubert Schmitz
  • chapter 2 An assessment of the market reserve for the Brazilian computer industry
  • Hubert Schmitz
  • chapter 3 The user-producer connection in hi-tech
  • José E. Cassiolato
  • A case-study of banking automation in Brazil
  • chapter 4 Software strategies for developing countries
Control code
ocn252801425
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 322 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9786610332762
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)252801425

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