The Information Society and the International Technology Transfer
AbstractThe subject of this paper, based on the existing technologies, and on the wide frequency internet-access, is an analysis of the international technology transfer process using the e-learning concept, using traditional and modern methods and techniques and the IT&C technologies and leading to the understanding of the knowledge and abilities of this field. This paper points out the importance of the international technology transfer both between countries or firms, but also the essential role of the superior academic teaching in the workforce production. They should handle this international transfer and should also create a new technology that would eventually make the object of an international transfer and may serve the development of our society. Thus, central issue to this paper is the development of the information and communication science and technology that could create a new range of products and services, due to a more rapid innovation process. Managers should thus permanently consider exploiting the knowledge potential in order to ensure the competitive advantages and to increase productivity. A positive impact application amongst youngsters should consist in an interactive virtual environment, where participants could support the development of technological programs launched by the big companies in the field of high-tech.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by University of Craiova, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration in its journal Annals of Computational Economics.
Volume (Year): 1 (2008)
Issue (Month): 36 (May)
technology transfer; eficiency; e-learning;
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