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Jeremy, David J. (1992). The Transfer of international technology : Europe, Japan, and the USA in the twentieth century. Aldershot, Hants, England ; Brookfield, V. USA : E. Elgar Pub. MLA Citation. Australian/Harvard Citation.
Europe, Japan and the USA in the Twentieth Century. Published May 1992 by Edward Elgar Pub.
Tables, notes, and index. Academic Spin-Offs and Technology Transfer in Europe: Best Practices and Breakthrough Models. March 2018 · R& D Management. International Technology Transfer: Europe, Japan and the USA, 1700–1914. v + 253 pp. Tables, notes, and index. Volume 66 Issue 2 - Steven W. Usselman.
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International Technology Transfer : Europe, Japan and the USA, 1700-1914. Technology transfer is recognized as a principle means of relieving world poverty. In the absence of a comprehensive theory of transfer, developing countries must rely on the experience of their predecessors - that is, on case studies of earlier transfers. This text considers ten such case studies.
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Technology transfer is widely recognized as a principal means of relieving world poverty. In the absence of a comprehensive theory of transfer, developing countries must rely on the experience of their predecessors, that is on case studies of earlier transfers. This volume provides ten such case studies. Ranging over the period 1700-1914 and across Britain, France, Germany, Russia, the United States and Japan, the cases span technologies as diverse as textiles, iron and steel, railways, heavy chemicals, the telegraph, the telephone and electric lamp manufacture.
The relationship between the US and Europe in the 20th century is one of the key considerations in any understanding of international nal history during this period.