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Made by Hong Kong
Hong Kong, one of the world's great manufacturing societies, now faces major challenges and competition from developing countries building middle-tech industries with low-wage labour. Based on theExpand
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The New Global Supply-Base: New Challenges for Local Suppliers in East Asia
There is provided a process for producing a dielectric thin film of a compound oxide of a high-melting metal and a low-melting metal by vapor-depositing the compound oxide onto a substrate, whereinExpand
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The Role of Firm Low-Carbon Electricity Resources in Deep Decarbonization of Power Generation
Summary We investigate the role of firm low-carbon resources in decarbonizing power generation in combination with variable renewable resources, battery energy storage, demand flexibility, andExpand
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Made in America: Regaining the Productive Edge
What went wrong and how can America become second to none in industrial productivity? This long awaited study by a team of top notch MIT scientists and economists - the MIT Commission on IndustrialExpand
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Global Taiwan: Building Competitive Strengths in a New International Economy
Globalization has been creating unprecedented opportunities and challenges for firms. To explore how companies are responding to globalization, a team of researchers from the social science,Expand
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UK plc: Just how innovative are we? Findings from the Cambridge-MIT Institute International Innovation Benchmarking project
Sustainable economic development in advanced economies is increasingly linked to innovation in products, processes, and services. A high level of innovative activity is widely perceived as aExpand
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A Roadmap for U.S. Nuclear Energy Innovation
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UK plc. Just how innovative are we
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Interpretive management: what general managers can learn from design.
The past two decades have seen a dramatic acceleration in the pace of marketplace change. Companies have abandoned the old hierarchical model, with its clean functional divisions and clear lines ofExpand
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