- Published: December 2007
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A BRIEF SUMMARY OF FIRM-LEVEL TECHNOLOGICAL LEARNING. Edition No. 1
- Published: July 2009
- 72 Pages
- VDM Publishing House
The main purpose of this study is to discuss
“technological learning” on firm level. We present a
summary of various models, mechanisms, and channels
of "technological learning." Then, we put forward
basic selected views on these topics and discuss the
importance of technological learning for firms in
markets. In this study, we investigate the concept of
“technological learning” at both industrial level and
We accept the fact that many underdeveloped countries
are technologically dependent on developed countries.
Such dependency exerts its impact upon political,
economic, and social fields. However, in spite of
dependence on sources of firms in developed
countries, we believe that some firms in
underdeveloped countries have achieved to gain their
competencies and to overcome barriers to enter into
international markets. Therefore, in this study we
discuss that some firms in underdeveloped
countries may have different ways of technological
learning channels and mechanisms.
MEHMET UFUK, TUTAN.
Mehmet Ufuk Tutan, Ph.D. Economics, M.Sc. Economics, M.A.
International Relations, M.Sc. Science and Technology, B.S.
Economics; The author of the books: "History of Economic Thought"
and "The Falling Rate of Profits in West Germany"; Economy
Adviser, Izmir Chamber of Commerce; Faculty Member, Izmir
University of Economics, Turkey
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