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- 1st ed. 2021
- Springer Nature Switzerland AG
- Teixeira, Srgio J. / Rammal, Hussain G.
- 25 Illustrations, color; 22 Illustrations, black and white; XXII, 426 p. 47 illus., 25 illus. in col
- 210 x 148 x 23 mm
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- 1 Paperback / softback
- 531 g
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Atlas of the Heart
Technological Innovation and International Competitiveness for Business Growth
Challenges and Opportunities1979
This book explores how companies combine technological innovation and competitive actions that create new opportunities for business growth in the international market. The complexity of designing today's technology platforms requires profound knowledge in multiple areas. Technology development and commercialization as an ongoing competitive process involves enabling and inhibiting mechanisms, which govern the speed and acceleration of technological innovation. To compete more effectively, potential competitors are using coopetition and pooling their resources for shared gain in areas where they do not compete directly. Thus, a thorough examination of the current paradigms, theories, and frameworks is needed to increase our understanding of the technology-innovation-competitiveness linkages of business growth. This book brings together recent developments and methodological contributions within technological innovation, international competitiveness, and business growth that bridge the existing gaps and simultaneously advances the debate on this research topic.
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Joao J. M. Ferreira is Associate Professor at the University of Beira Interior (UBI), Portugal. He holds a PhD in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), Spain. Currently, he is the scientific coordinator of the UBI Research Unit for Business Sciences (NECE), Portugal. His research interests include strategy, competitiveness and entrepreneurshipSergio J. Teixeira is Assistant Professor and researcher at the Higher Institute of Administration and Languages - ISAL, Portugal He is an integrated member of the Research Unit for Business Sciences (NECE-UBI), Covilha, and collaborator of the CITUR Research Unit, Leiria, Portugal, and Coordinator of the ISAL Research Center. His research interest includes competitiveness, entrepreneurship and innovation in tourism. Hussain G. Rammal is Associate Professor of International Business & Strategy at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia. He is co-editor-in-chief of the Review of International Business and Strategy and founding editor of the Emerging Issues in International Business and Global Strategy book series. Hussain's research interests include knowledge management, service innovation, and internationalization strategies of firms.
Chapters Authors Not published Chapter 1: Technological Innovation and International Competitiveness for Business Growth: State-of-the-art Joao J. Ferreira email@example.com University of Beira Interior, Portugal Sergio J. Teixeira firstname.lastname@example.org University of Madeira, Portugal Hussain G. Rammal email@example.com University of Technology Sydney, Australia Not published Chapter 2: Cross-national teams and the remote management of team members in Indian IT MNCs: The onsite-offshore phenomenon Parth Patel firstname.lastname@example.org Newcastle University Business School, UK Not published Chapter 3: Brazilian National Development Bank' impact on the steel industry's efficiency: a two-stage Malmquist model usage Ricardo Kalil Moraes email@example.com Rio de Janeiro Federal University, Brazil Peter Fernandes Wanke firstname.lastname@example.org Rio de Janeiro Federal University, Brazil Not published Chapter 4: New approaches to the analysis of competitiveness in the tourism sector. The necessary balance between growth and respect for the locals Jose Maria Martin Martin email@example.com University of La Rioja, Spain Jose Manuel Guaita Martinez firstname.lastname@example.org Valencian International University, Spain Jose Antonio Salinas Fernandez email@example.com University of Granada, Spain Domingo Enrique Ribeiro Soriano firstname.lastname@example.org Universitat de Valencia, Spain Not published Chapter 5: Internal Barriers to the Brazilian Economy Achieving External Competitiveness Arilda M. C. Teixeira email@example.com Fucape Business School - Brazil Emerson Wagner Mainardes firstname.lastname@example.org Fucape Business School - Brazil Chapter 6: Technological Innovation and Exports: Effects on Firm Growth Maria Jesus Rodriguez-Gulias email@example.com Universidade da Coruna, Spain Sara Fernandez-Lopez firstname.lastname@example.org Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain David Rodeiro-Pazos email@example.com Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain Chapter 7: Service Business Growth: A Spinner Model application Bouchaib Bahli firstname.lastname@example.org Ryerson University, Canada Ronnie Figueiredo email@example.com Research Unit in Business Sciences (NECE), University if Beira Interior, Portugal Chapter descriptions (Short Abstract) Chapter 1: Knowledge, innovation and sustainable development in organizations: State-of-the-art The concept of technology and innovation ecosystem is receiving increasing attention worldwide. Governments and academics are keen to foster innovation ecosystems to systematically cultivate favorable environments and encourage companies to create knowledge and competitive advantage to leverage growth and business value. This chapter attempts to examine the current paradigms, theories and frameworks contributing for our understanding of the technology-innovation-competitiveness linkages of business growth. Chapter 2: Cross-national teams and the remote management of team members in Indian IT MNCs: The onsite-offshore phenomenon There is a substantial body of research that has looked at multinational corporations (MNCs) and their evolution into globally integrated networks (Salk and Brannen, 2000) with distributed and transnational teams spanning across multiple geogr