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Specialization, technical change and competitiveness in the Brazilian electronics industry
|Statement||by Claudio R. Frischtak ; head of project, Dieter Ernst|
|Series||Technical papers / OECD Development Centre -- no. 27, Technical papers (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Development Centre) -- no. 27.|
|LC Classifications||HD9696.A3 B6735 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||2004615709|
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Downloadable. The Brazilian electronics industry operates within a policy regime which has promoted excessive diversification rather than concentrating on developing strong technological capabilities in appropriate areas. The international competitiveness of most segments of the electronics industry declined sharply during the first half of the s.
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better than others. Because technical change, itself not very predictable, is central to com-petition in electronics, “measuring” competi-tiveness in any simple sense is impossible.
In order to link the technological elements with other business, economic, and policy variables, the chapter concludes with an examination of business strategies. OTAVIANO CANUTO & CLÉSIO L. XAVIER, SPECIALIZATION AND COMPETITIVENESS IN BRAZILIAN, PP.
página 25 Currently, there is an on–going convergence towards the idea that “specialization matters” with respect to questions of economic growth or. Technology, Globalization, and International Competitiveness 31 specialization and exchange. Eventually, the development of the semiconduc-tor spawned the.
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89(5), pagesOctober. the competitiveness of Brazilian industry (Ferraz, the Brazilian consumer electronics and. basic sources of technical change for these industries.
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China Europe U.S. Japan India Brazil Sales 5 MM 10 MM File Size: 2MB. Electronics. Computer Manufacturers in Brazil. Brazil has maintained a strong market for desktop and laptop computers over the last few years, with some companies keeping their positions as leaders in this sector and new players rapidly gaining ground in this industry.
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One of them is associated with changes in the nature of which help explain the loss of competitiveness of the industry. Third, industry`s.