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2012 | nr 256 Innovation Sources of Economies in Eastern Asia | 59--71
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Uczenie się przez eksport jako źródło innowacji w przedsiębiorstwach azjatyckich

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Learning by Exporting as a Source of Innovation in Asian Companies
Języki publikacji
EN
Abstrakty
Sukcesy państw wschodnioazjatyckich w zakresie stymulowania dynamiki wzrostu gospodarczego wywołały światową dyskusję na temat polityki i strategii prowzrostowych. Celem artykułu jest przegląd najnowszych badań empirycznych dotyczących uczenia się przez eksport - wciąż słabo rozpoznanego źródła pozyskiwania technologii z zagranicy - w celu określenia jego roli w stymulowaniu innowacyjności i przyrostów produktywności firm azjatyckich.(abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
Understanding the high growth experience of East Asian economies has generated a world-wide discussion on growth strategies and policy lessons. The aim of the paper is to review recent empirical findings related to learning by exporting - a still poorly recognised source of technology diffusion - to determine its role in stimulating innovativeness and productivity growth in Asian companies.(original abstract)
Twórcy
  • Poznań University of Economics, Poland
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