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"If there is a reason why a nation which launches satellites has reduced its promising indigenous computer manufacturing industry to ′vegetable′ retailing, one can search for it in this 200-page book.... Brunner′s rigorous statistical study uses figures for the 10 crucial years between 1976 and 1986 to discover the directions which the industry had taken, and is taking. The book lists exhaustive data drawing from the numerous interviews with the department of electronics and other agencies." --The Economic Times Closing the Technology Gap provides crucial information on newly industrialized countries, detailing the necessary steps for achievement of technological parity with more advanced countries. Focusing on the fascinating history of India′s technological growth, the author provides a basis for his study. This book makes a bold contribution in the field of technological analysis as well as giving economically developing countries intelligent guidelines to follow. Areas of interest include: Economics, Industrial Development, Industrial Policy, Computer Technology, Policy Studies, and Business.
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Hans-Peter Brunner is a doctorate from University of Maryland, College Park, specialising in industrial organisation, technological change, trade, economic growth and political economy. He has taught economics at universities in Germany (1991–95).
He has also served as a consultant to international organizations (EU, World Bank) and governments (Science Center Berlin and US A.I.D.). He has been working with Asian Development Bank (ADB) since December 1995. His key areas of focus have been economic development, international and sub-regional trade, investment and finance, corporate and financial governance, project-finance and public private partnerships.
He has published in internationally ranked, peer reviewed economics journals, such as Review of Development Economics, World Development, Eastern Economic Journal, Small Business Economics and Journal of Asian Economics, among others. Books published by him include Productivity, Competitiveness and Incomes in Asia―An Evolutionary Theory of International Trade (2005) and Closing the Technology Gap―Technological Change in India’s Computer Industry (1995). Areas of current research include evolutionary economics and poverty alleviation, regional evolutionary and network modeling approach, regional economic integration and economic geography.
`I found the book itself well researched, interesting in the material covered and detailed in its presentation of facts.... I would strongly recommend its reading to students of Indian industry and particularly students interested in industrial development. For those working on the computer industry... it is an informative case study, highlighting the problems faced by late-comer firms in trying to catch up with the remarkable rate of technical change in one industry, and the role of policy in hastening this process of catch up' - Journal of Evolutionary Economics
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