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International trade is exchange of capital, goods, and services across international borders or territories. (Wikipedia.org)






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2013 IEEE International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics, and Informatics (SOLI)

Service science, service operations, logistics, and informatics are becoming ever more complex and interdependent. They are playing an increasingly important role in today

  • 2012 IEEE International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics and Informatics (SOLI)

    Service science, service operations, logistics, and informatics are becoming ever more complex and interdependent. They are playing an increasingly important role in today s world economy. Information and communications technology provides cyber-infrastructure and platforms to achieve more efficient and productive services operations. New types of service offerings are also emerging to meet the needs of customers and consumers.The IEEE Service Operations and Logistics, and Informatics (SOLI) conference series aims to bring together researchers and practitioners to discuss issues, challenges and future directions, share their R&D findings and experiences in relative areas.

  • 2011 IEEE International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics and Informatics (SOLI)

    Service science, service operations, logistics, and informatics are becoming ever more complex and interdependent. They are playing an increasingly important role in today s world economy. Information and communications technology provides cyber-infrastructure and platforms to achieve more efficient and productive services operations. New types of service offerings are also emerging to meet the needs of customers and consumers.The IEEE Service Operations and Logistics, and Informatics (SOLI) conference seri

  • 2010 IEEE International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics and Informatics (SOLI)

    Service science, service operations, logistics, and informatics are becoming ever more complex and interdependent. They are playing an increasingly important role in today s world economy. Information and communications technology provides cyber-infrastructure and platforms to achieve more efficient and productive services operations. New types of service offerings are also emerging to meet the needs of customers and consumers. The IEEE Service Operations and Logistics, and Informatics (SOLI) conference ser

  • 2009 IEEE/INFORMS International Conference on Service Operations, Logistics and Informatics (SOLI)

    Provide a remarkable opportunity for the academic and industrial communities to address new challenges and share solutions, and discuss future research directions related to service operations, logistics and informatics.

  • 2008 IEEE International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics, and Informatics (SOLI)

    Services, service operations, logistics, and informatics are becoming ever more complex and interdependent. They are playing an increasingly important role in today's world economy. Information and communications technology provides cyber-infrastructure and platforms to achieve more efficient and productive services operations. New types of service offerings are also emerging to meet the needs of customers and consumers.


2013 International Conference on Management Science and Engineering (ICMSE)

Management science and engineering, including operations research, organizational systems and behavior, economics and finance, and public administration.


2012 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM)

All areas related to industrial engineering and engineering management.

  • 2011 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM)

    The IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM) aims to provide a forum to disseminate, to all branches of industries, information on the most recent and relevant research, theories and practices in IEEM and related fields. This conference has been hosted by leading universities in Asia and has grown over the years in tandem with the rising importance of industrial engineering and applications.

  • 2010 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM)

    The IEEE IEEM aims to provide a forum to disseminate, to all branches of industries, information on the most recent and relevant research, theories and practices in industrial engineering and engineering management. IEEM has been held in Singapore and Hong Kong, and has become a leading international conference in the field of IEEM.

  • 2009 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM)

    global manufacturing and management, operations research, production planning, quality and reliability engineering, safety, security and risk management, service innovation and management, supply chain

  • 2008 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM)

    The International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM) aims to provide a forum to disseminate, to all branches of industries, information on the most recent and relevant research, theories and practices in IEEM.


2012 International Conference on Management and Service Science (MASS 2012)

Enterprise Management, Engineering Management, Service Science, Financial Management, Knowledge Management


2011 18th IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP 2011)

Display and printing, image/video storage, retrieval, and authentication, image/video architectures, applicaiton, new emerging technologies


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Communications Magazine, IEEE

IEEE Communications Magazine was the number three most-cited journal in telecommunications and the number eighteen cited journal in electrical and electronics engineering in 2004, according to the annual Journal Citation Report (2004 edition) published by the Institute for Scientific Information. Read more at http://www.ieee.org/products/citations.html. This magazine covers all areas of communications such as lightwave telecommunications, high-speed data communications, personal communications ...


Computer

Computer, the flagship publication of the IEEE Computer Society, publishes peer-reviewed technical content that covers all aspects of computer science, computer engineering, technology, and applications. Computer is a resource that practitioners, researchers, and managers can rely on to provide timely information about current research developments, trends, best practices, and changes in the profession.


Engineering Management, IEEE Transactions on

Management of technical functions such as research, development, and engineering in industry, government, university, and other settings. Emphasis is on studies carried on within an organization to help in decision making or policy formation for RD&E.


Micro, IEEE

IEEE Micro magazine presents high-quality technical articles from designers, systems integrators, and users discussing the design, performance, or application of microcomputer and microprocessor systems. Topics include architecture, components, subassemblies, operating systems, application software, communications, fault tolerance, instrumentation, control equipment, and peripherals.


Potentials, IEEE

This award-winning magazine for technology professionals explores career strategies, the latest research and important technical developments. IEEE Potentials covers theories to practical applications and highlights technology's global impact.



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Human Capital as a Basis of Comparative Advantage Equations in Services Outsourcing: A Cross Country Comparative study

Shailey Dash 2006 International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development, 2006

International outsourcing of services has come to occupy an increasingly important part of international trade. Analytically services outsourcing is the export of services by a country to the outsourcing nation. Given this, the pattern of trade in these services would be decided in line with country specific comparative advantage equations. Since services are typically intensive in skilled labour and educated ...


OSI-related policies in Japan

H. Okini Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on the Application of Standards for Open Systems, 1990

The OSI-related policies the Japanese Government has been promoting since the conference in Tokyo held in March 1989 are summarized. From the various reports recently released by the committees set up at the Ministry of International Trade and Industry, the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, the Management and Coordination Agency, the Japanese Industrial Standards Committee (JISC), and other ministries and ...


Stopping importation of infringing products [Patents]

IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, 1984

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Commercial Strategies for SME Developers of Mobile Phone Serious Games in UK Market

Chen Xin 2009 Asia-Pacific Conference on Information Processing, 2009

This paper pointed out the potential commercial strategies for mobile game developers in the UK in the industry game market, which could be identified as a niche market, by comparing, analyzing and contrasting the current market situation in the appointed market. And the recommended commercial strategic model and strategies were presented at the end of this paper.


Study on Coordination Models of Container Logistics System

Wei Liu 2009 International Conference on Information Management, Innovation Management and Industrial Engineering, 2009

Container logistics system is a concrete logistics system with the specialty that containerization simplifies and unifies the circulation process while it enlarges the system scale and makes it more complex. Coordination is becoming an effective mechanism to reduce the cost and improve the profit of container logistics system. From three aspects, the coordinated entities, the interaction models and the coordination ...


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Human Capital as a Basis of Comparative Advantage Equations in Services Outsourcing: A Cross Country Comparative study

Shailey Dash 2006 International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development, 2006

International outsourcing of services has come to occupy an increasingly important part of international trade. Analytically services outsourcing is the export of services by a country to the outsourcing nation. Given this, the pattern of trade in these services would be decided in line with country specific comparative advantage equations. Since services are typically intensive in skilled labour and educated ...


OSI-related policies in Japan

H. Okini Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on the Application of Standards for Open Systems, 1990

The OSI-related policies the Japanese Government has been promoting since the conference in Tokyo held in March 1989 are summarized. From the various reports recently released by the committees set up at the Ministry of International Trade and Industry, the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, the Management and Coordination Agency, the Japanese Industrial Standards Committee (JISC), and other ministries and ...


Stopping importation of infringing products [Patents]

IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, 1984

None


Commercial Strategies for SME Developers of Mobile Phone Serious Games in UK Market

Chen Xin 2009 Asia-Pacific Conference on Information Processing, 2009

This paper pointed out the potential commercial strategies for mobile game developers in the UK in the industry game market, which could be identified as a niche market, by comparing, analyzing and contrasting the current market situation in the appointed market. And the recommended commercial strategic model and strategies were presented at the end of this paper.


Study on Coordination Models of Container Logistics System

Wei Liu 2009 International Conference on Information Management, Innovation Management and Industrial Engineering, 2009

Container logistics system is a concrete logistics system with the specialty that containerization simplifies and unifies the circulation process while it enlarges the system scale and makes it more complex. Coordination is becoming an effective mechanism to reduce the cost and improve the profit of container logistics system. From three aspects, the coordinated entities, the interaction models and the coordination ...


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  • References

    The development and deployment of cleaner energy technologies have become globalized phenomena. Yet despite the fact that energy-related goods account for more than ten percent of international trade, policy makers, academics, and the business community perceive barriers to the global diffusion of these emerging technologies. Experts point to problems including intellectual property concerns, trade barriers, and developing countries' limited access to technology and funding. In this book, Kelly Gallagher uses analysis and case studies from China's solar photovoltaic, gas turbine, advanced battery, and coal gasification industries to examine both barriers and incentives in clean energy technology transfer. Gallagher finds that the barriers are not as daunting as many assume; these technologies already cross borders through foreign direct investment, licensing, joint R&D;, and other channels. She shows that intellectual property infringement is not as widespread as business leaders fear and can be managed, and that firms in developing countries show considerable resourcefulness in acquiring technology legally. She finds that financing does present an obstacle, especially when new cleaner technologies compete with entrenched, polluting, and often government-subsidized traditional technologies. But the biggest single barrier, she finds, is the failure of government to provide sensible policy incentives. The case studies show how government, through market-formation policy, can unleash global market forces. Gallagher's findings have theoretical significance as well; she proposes a new model of global technology diffusion that casts doubt on aspects of technology transfer theory.

  • Index

    The development and deployment of cleaner energy technologies have become globalized phenomena. Yet despite the fact that energy-related goods account for more than ten percent of international trade, policy makers, academics, and the business community perceive barriers to the global diffusion of these emerging technologies. Experts point to problems including intellectual property concerns, trade barriers, and developing countries' limited access to technology and funding. In this book, Kelly Gallagher uses analysis and case studies from China's solar photovoltaic, gas turbine, advanced battery, and coal gasification industries to examine both barriers and incentives in clean energy technology transfer. Gallagher finds that the barriers are not as daunting as many assume; these technologies already cross borders through foreign direct investment, licensing, joint R&D;, and other channels. She shows that intellectual property infringement is not as widespread as business leaders fear and can be managed, and that firms in developing countries show considerable resourcefulness in acquiring technology legally. She finds that financing does present an obstacle, especially when new cleaner technologies compete with entrenched, polluting, and often government-subsidized traditional technologies. But the biggest single barrier, she finds, is the failure of government to provide sensible policy incentives. The case studies show how government, through market-formation policy, can unleash global market forces. Gallagher's findings have theoretical significance as well; she proposes a new model of global technology diffusion that casts doubt on aspects of technology transfer theory.

  • Appendix A: List of People Interviewed or Informally Consulted (Alphabetical)

    The development and deployment of cleaner energy technologies have become globalized phenomena. Yet despite the fact that energy-related goods account for more than ten percent of international trade, policy makers, academics, and the business community perceive barriers to the global diffusion of these emerging technologies. Experts point to problems including intellectual property concerns, trade barriers, and developing countries' limited access to technology and funding. In this book, Kelly Gallagher uses analysis and case studies from China's solar photovoltaic, gas turbine, advanced battery, and coal gasification industries to examine both barriers and incentives in clean energy technology transfer. Gallagher finds that the barriers are not as daunting as many assume; these technologies already cross borders through foreign direct investment, licensing, joint R&D;, and other channels. She shows that intellectual property infringement is not as widespread as business leaders fear and can be managed, and that firms in developing countries show considerable resourcefulness in acquiring technology legally. She finds that financing does present an obstacle, especially when new cleaner technologies compete with entrenched, polluting, and often government-subsidized traditional technologies. But the biggest single barrier, she finds, is the failure of government to provide sensible policy incentives. The case studies show how government, through market-formation policy, can unleash global market forces. Gallagher's findings have theoretical significance as well; she proposes a new model of global technology diffusion that casts doubt on aspects of technology transfer theory.

  • Back Matter

    The development and deployment of cleaner energy technologies have become globalized phenomena. Yet despite the fact that energy-related goods account for more than ten percent of international trade, policy makers, academics, and the business community perceive barriers to the global diffusion of these emerging technologies. Experts point to problems including intellectual property concerns, trade barriers, and developing countries' limited access to technology and funding. In this book, Kelly Gallagher uses analysis and case studies from China's solar photovoltaic, gas turbine, advanced battery, and coal gasification industries to examine both barriers and incentives in clean energy technology transfer. Gallagher finds that the barriers are not as daunting as many assume; these technologies already cross borders through foreign direct investment, licensing, joint R&D;, and other channels. She shows that intellectual property infringement is not as widespread as business leaders fear and can be managed, and that firms in developing countries show considerable resourcefulness in acquiring technology legally. She finds that financing does present an obstacle, especially when new cleaner technologies compete with entrenched, polluting, and often government-subsidized traditional technologies. But the biggest single barrier, she finds, is the failure of government to provide sensible policy incentives. The case studies show how government, through market-formation policy, can unleash global market forces. Gallagher's findings have theoretical significance as well; she proposes a new model of global technology diffusion that casts doubt on aspects of technology transfer theory.

  • Appendix B: Case Studies of Cleaner and More Efficient Technology Transfer

    The development and deployment of cleaner energy technologies have become globalized phenomena. Yet despite the fact that energy-related goods account for more than ten percent of international trade, policy makers, academics, and the business community perceive barriers to the global diffusion of these emerging technologies. Experts point to problems including intellectual property concerns, trade barriers, and developing countries' limited access to technology and funding. In this book, Kelly Gallagher uses analysis and case studies from China's solar photovoltaic, gas turbine, advanced battery, and coal gasification industries to examine both barriers and incentives in clean energy technology transfer. Gallagher finds that the barriers are not as daunting as many assume; these technologies already cross borders through foreign direct investment, licensing, joint R&D;, and other channels. She shows that intellectual property infringement is not as widespread as business leaders fear and can be managed, and that firms in developing countries show considerable resourcefulness in acquiring technology legally. She finds that financing does present an obstacle, especially when new cleaner technologies compete with entrenched, polluting, and often government-subsidized traditional technologies. But the biggest single barrier, she finds, is the failure of government to provide sensible policy incentives. The case studies show how government, through market-formation policy, can unleash global market forces. Gallagher's findings have theoretical significance as well; she proposes a new model of global technology diffusion that casts doubt on aspects of technology transfer theory.

  • Appendix E: Abbreviations

    The development and deployment of cleaner energy technologies have become globalized phenomena. Yet despite the fact that energy-related goods account for more than ten percent of international trade, policy makers, academics, and the business community perceive barriers to the global diffusion of these emerging technologies. Experts point to problems including intellectual property concerns, trade barriers, and developing countries' limited access to technology and funding. In this book, Kelly Gallagher uses analysis and case studies from China's solar photovoltaic, gas turbine, advanced battery, and coal gasification industries to examine both barriers and incentives in clean energy technology transfer. Gallagher finds that the barriers are not as daunting as many assume; these technologies already cross borders through foreign direct investment, licensing, joint R&D;, and other channels. She shows that intellectual property infringement is not as widespread as business leaders fear and can be managed, and that firms in developing countries show considerable resourcefulness in acquiring technology legally. She finds that financing does present an obstacle, especially when new cleaner technologies compete with entrenched, polluting, and often government-subsidized traditional technologies. But the biggest single barrier, she finds, is the failure of government to provide sensible policy incentives. The case studies show how government, through market-formation policy, can unleash global market forces. Gallagher's findings have theoretical significance as well; she proposes a new model of global technology diffusion that casts doubt on aspects of technology transfer theory.

  • Introduction: Making a Difference by Doing Much of the Same

    This introductory chapter provides an overview of the key themes discussed in the book. Developing a technical standard or family of standards is usually critical to a product's success. But it is not always the technology that wins the day. VHS and Betamax looked, functioned, and performed similarly, and each of the systems were introduced with a long list of viable technical standards. As standards are adopted and applied to new markets, they also fuel international trade with an emphasis on promoting technical cooperation and harmonization. The book is largely a result of efforts by the IEEE Standards Education Committee (SEC) to gain a better understanding of what products and services would be useful for standards education at the university level. The case studies were selected in the hope that they represent a mix of industry experience in finding solutions across a broad spectrum of technology, economics, and even politics.

  • Appendix D: Timeline of Major Market-Forming Policies

    The development and deployment of cleaner energy technologies have become globalized phenomena. Yet despite the fact that energy-related goods account for more than ten percent of international trade, policy makers, academics, and the business community perceive barriers to the global diffusion of these emerging technologies. Experts point to problems including intellectual property concerns, trade barriers, and developing countries' limited access to technology and funding. In this book, Kelly Gallagher uses analysis and case studies from China's solar photovoltaic, gas turbine, advanced battery, and coal gasification industries to examine both barriers and incentives in clean energy technology transfer. Gallagher finds that the barriers are not as daunting as many assume; these technologies already cross borders through foreign direct investment, licensing, joint R&D;, and other channels. She shows that intellectual property infringement is not as widespread as business leaders fear and can be managed, and that firms in developing countries show considerable resourcefulness in acquiring technology legally. She finds that financing does present an obstacle, especially when new cleaner technologies compete with entrenched, polluting, and often government-subsidized traditional technologies. But the biggest single barrier, she finds, is the failure of government to provide sensible policy incentives. The case studies show how government, through market-formation policy, can unleash global market forces. Gallagher's findings have theoretical significance as well; she proposes a new model of global technology diffusion that casts doubt on aspects of technology transfer theory.

  • Appendix C: IPC Codes for Patent Analysis

    The development and deployment of cleaner energy technologies have become globalized phenomena. Yet despite the fact that energy-related goods account for more than ten percent of international trade, policy makers, academics, and the business community perceive barriers to the global diffusion of these emerging technologies. Experts point to problems including intellectual property concerns, trade barriers, and developing countries' limited access to technology and funding. In this book, Kelly Gallagher uses analysis and case studies from China's solar photovoltaic, gas turbine, advanced battery, and coal gasification industries to examine both barriers and incentives in clean energy technology transfer. Gallagher finds that the barriers are not as daunting as many assume; these technologies already cross borders through foreign direct investment, licensing, joint R&D;, and other channels. She shows that intellectual property infringement is not as widespread as business leaders fear and can be managed, and that firms in developing countries show considerable resourcefulness in acquiring technology legally. She finds that financing does present an obstacle, especially when new cleaner technologies compete with entrenched, polluting, and often government-subsidized traditional technologies. But the biggest single barrier, she finds, is the failure of government to provide sensible policy incentives. The case studies show how government, through market-formation policy, can unleash global market forces. Gallagher's findings have theoretical significance as well; she proposes a new model of global technology diffusion that casts doubt on aspects of technology transfer theory.



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