English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: High tecnology and the evolution of the italian industrial system. Camillo Bussolati; Franco Malerba; Salvatore Torrisi

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Title
  • High tecnology and the evolution of the italian industrial system.
Author
  • Camillo Bussolati
  • Franco Malerba
  • Salvatore Torrisi
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • This paper analyses the Italian industrial dynamics, both at the sectorial and at the corporate level. It also examines the evolution of particular firms or projects, determining what different experiences have in common, in order to draw general conclusions on the performances of the Italian system in high-tech sectors (informatics, microelectronics, biotechnologies, nuclear and chemical industry). The situation emerging from this study is a very complex one, presenting situations already compromised along with cases in which the possibility of recovery and of entering the international markets exists.
  • RePEc:liu:liucec:25
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  • English
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