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Technology transfer by multinational companies.

James Brian Quinn

Technology transfer by multinational companies.

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Published by Harvard Business Review in [s.l.] .
Written in English


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Reprinted from Harvard Business Review: November-December, 1969.

Other titlesHarvard Business Review.
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Open LibraryOL13794008M

In spite of the global communications revolution and the prolifera- tion of multinational companies, technology transfer remains first and foremost a â contact sport,â involving close, sustained interaction of individual scientists and engineers from different organizations Mobility of technical personnel among institutions is an important. @article{osti_, title = {Strategic management in multinational companies}, author = {Doz, Y.L.}, abstractNote = {The evolution of multinational companies (MNCs) over the last decade has been characterized by a growing conflict between the requirements for economic survival and success (the economic imperative) and the adjustments made necessary by the demands of .


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Technology transfer by multinational companies. by James Brian Quinn Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book provides evidence on how FDI leads to knowledge and technology transfers towards domestic firms by paying attention to the role of multinational companies.

The author presents a comprehensive empirical research conducted at firm-level in the Turkish automotive by: 4. Irrespective of the sustainable development and importance of contribution by MNCs for the technology transfer to developing countries, factors such as government, market, economy, research and development as well as infrastructure affect the transfer and diffusion of technologies (Hope, ).

Technology and innovatory capabilities are key sources of competitive strength for firms and countries. As a developing country, China seems to build its capabilities for technology and innovation through foreign direct investment (FDI) by multinational corporations.

Do multinational corporations transfer technology. While the topic is quite. For multinational companies today, global customers demand global products.

Further, multinational businesses can realize cost advantages in traditional input factors such as labor and raw materials.

Finally, multinational companies endeavor to leverage their investment in knowledge and technology on a global basis. Read "Multinational Companies, Knowledge and Technology Transfer Turkey's Automotive Industry in Focus" by Alper Sönmez available from Rakuten Kobo.

This book provides evidence on how FDI leads to knowledge and technology transfers towards domestic firms by paying atte Brand: Springer International Publishing. Transnational Corporations, Technology Transfer and Development: A Bibliographic Sourcebook compiles references one can use in studying transnational corporations and related topics.

The compilation divides various source materials into eight major themes. Industry and Innnovation 10(4), pp. Malairaja, C. And Zawdie, G. The ‘black box’ syndrome in technology transfer and the challenge of innovation in developing countries. International Journal of Technology Management and Sustainable Development 3(3), pp.

Quinn, J. Technology transfer by multinational companies/5(22). Multinational Firms and Technology Transfer Article in Scandinavian Journal of Economics (4) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

from book Multinational Companies, Knowledge and Technology Transfer (pp) Multinational Companies, Knowledge and Technology Transfer: Theoretical Framework Chapter September with 64 ReadsAuthor: Alper Sönmez.

The Journal of Technology Transfer, the Official Journal of the Technology Transfer Society, provides an international forum for the exchange of ideas that enhance and build an understanding of the practice of technology particular, it emphasizes research on management practices and strategies for technology transfer.

Moreover, the journal explores. To do so, multinational companies constantly expand into new markets and hence their success is partly determined by their ability to transfer technology to local companies (Chen (), Chung ()).

Transfer of technology is a foremost strategy initiated by the multinational companies during their international expansion. For both process and product technology, such actions allow domestic firms to gain access to a specific Technology Transfer and Multinational Corporations technology more quickly, since they would not have otherwise been aware of that technology, or they would not have considered it profitable to try to obtain that by: 4.

Get this from a library. Multinational companies, knowledge and technology transfer: Turkey's automotive industry in focus. [Alper Sönmez] -- This book provides evidence on how FDI leads to knowledge and technology transfers towards domestic firms by paying attention to the role of multinational companies.

The author presents a. 11 Technology Transfer (1) ‘Technology’ and ‘Technology Transfer’ (2) The Generation and Use of Technology: International Technology Markets (3) Technology Transfer by MNEs and its Legal Effects (4) The Two Principal Models of Technology.

multinational corporation, business enterprise with manufacturing, sales, or service subsidiaries in one or more foreign countries, also known as a transnational or international corporation. These corporations originated early in the 20th cent.

and proliferated after World War II. with Multinational Companies. The questions relating to transfer of technology are at the centre of the debate for a New International Economic Order (N I EO).

items at UNCTAD VII.9 It was one of the main agenda The UN Conference on Science ~nd Technology for Development (UNCSTD) had focussed Size: 2MB. @article{osti_, title = {Multinational corporation and the resource cost of international technology transfer}, author = {Teece, D J}, abstractNote = {A study seeks to examine the mechanics of international corporate technology transfer and to provide evidence on the level and determinants of technology transfer costs.

A rather precise ''resource cost'' definition of costs. Transfer pricing is usually the last area of tax to embrace technology tools to assist in management of their process lifecycle, but without technology it will be impossible for companies to mitigate reporting risk and have the level of transparency to allow for the comfort in what will be publicly reported.

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER BY MULTINATIONAL FIRMS: THE RESOURCE COST OF TRANSFERRING TECHNOLOGICAL KNOW-HOW* I. INTRODUCTION The essence of modern economic growth is the increase in the stock of useful knowledge and the extension of its application. Since the origins of technical and. Technology Transfer By Multinational Firms: The Resource Cost of Transferring Technological Knowhow.

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only do ebook promotions online and we does not distribute any free download of ebook on this site. Foreign subsidiaries of multinational companies are suggested as one of the main channels of technology transfer to less developed economies. In Central East Europe their presence proved to be a decisive factor to economic restructuring and development.

This volume is. Pages in category "Books about multinational companies" The following 19 pages are in this category, out of 19 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). others).

One reason is that multinational companies transfer technology to their foreign subsidiaries that latter can be partly appropriated by local firms. While the impact of FDI to local firms has been extensively analyzed (e.g. Fidlay,Fosfuri et al.Girma and. When multinational corporations invest in a country they create employment opportunities.

They account for increased incomes and expenditures in the economy of the host country stimulating growth. Workers also benefit from technology transfer as new machinery is imported into the host country.

Multinational corporations control over 25 percent. This paper examines whether rivalry in host country markets may force multinational films to increase the technology transfer to their foreign affiliates. Such technology flows should be interesting from the perspective of the host country and its firms, since they would increase the potential for "spillovers".

Technological Innovation and Multinational Corporations [Cantwell, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Technological Innovation and Multinational CorporationsCited by: HOW MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS USE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TO MANAGE GLOBAL OPERATIONS Jonathan Whitaker * Management Department Robins School of Business University of Richmond 1 Gateway Road Richmond, Virginia phone + fax + Peter Ekman Marketing Division School of Business.

Multinationals and technology transfer. There are about multinational companies, of these are American and the rest European and Japanese. The total production by overseas subsidiaries of MNCs amounts to about billion dollars which is one-tenth of the gross-world product.

Apart from that, the production of MNCs is expanding at. 53 Taxes, Technology Transfer, and R&D by Multinational Firms Multinational Firms, Taxation, and International Technology Transfer This section examines the role of multinational firms in international tech- nology transfer, and reviews the tax treatment of R&D expenditures and roy- alty receipts by multinational by: “Technology Transfer by Multinational Companies,”Harvard Business Review, November–December,pp.

– Google Scholar Sahlgren, Klause A. “Transnational Corporations as Seen from the United Nations.”Cited by: 1. Multinational firms, global value chains and the organization of technology transfer 1. Introduction Multinational firms are widely considered as crucial actors in technology transfer to local firms, especially when Less Developed Countries are considered as recipient economies.

Relationships with suppliers are key channels in this perspective. Read "Multinationals, Governments and International Technology Transfer (RLE International Business)" by available from Rakuten Kobo.

This book examines the international technology transfer process and the role of both multinationals and host-country go Brand: Taylor And Francis. technology transfer takes place from parent companies to affiliates, especially in the case of newly established affiliates.

In process industries, R&D undertaken in the affiliates seems to facilitate the transfer from the parent, highlighting the role of "receiver competence." The findings also support the view that technology is "embodied" in.

ADVERTISEMENTS: Transfer Pricing in Multinational Companies. The creation of foreign subsidiaries and bases of operation for cross border flow of products, services, trademarks, funding and technology is having a significant impact on the issue of transfer pricing in today’s international business scenario.

The transfer pricing problem for multinationals is of great. Multinational Companies, Knowledge and Technology Transfer: Turkey's Automotive Industry in Focus Alper Sönmez (auth.) This book provides evidence on how FDI leads to knowledge and technology transfers towards domestic firms by paying.

This technology development can take place internally (inside the firm) or can be fostered through access to outside sources, including transfer of technology from multinational companies (MNCs).

Technology here is defined broadly including the product, process, as well as management skills.¹. There is a large body of literature on technology. An Overview of Technology Transfer and In this era, transfer of technology by multinational companies (MNCs) became common, and public international bodies and not-for-profit organisations also became involved in such activities with the aim of File Size: KB.

R&D ALLIANCES. Licensing agreement: legal permission to utilize patents or proprietary technology for an up-front fee and/or royalties. Cross-licensing agreement: two or more companies give legal permission to use each other's patents or proprietary technology. Technology exchange: a swap of proprietary technologies, which may or may not involve a.

Technology Transfer Between the US, China and Taiwan engages with the evolving debates on the merits, importance and feasibility of technology transfer in the process of economic development globally, and uses the example of Taiwan to show that multinational corporations can indeed play a positive role in economic development.

Further, it. "Technology Transfer By Multinational Firms: The Resource Cost Of Transferring Technological Know-How," World Scientific Book Chapters, in: The Transfer And Licensing Of Know-How And Intellectual Property Understanding the Multinational Enterprise in the Modern World, chapter 1, pagesWorld Scientific Publishing Co.

Pte. : David J. Teece. Multinational corporations, technology transfer, and the developing countries; an introductory bibliography Item PreviewPages: Get this from a library! Multinational Companies, Knowledge and Technology Transfer Turkey's Automotive Industry in Focus.

[Alper Sönmez] -- This bookprovides evidence onhow FDIleads to knowledge and technology transfers towards domestic firms by paying attention to the role of multinational companies. The author presentsa comprehensive.