Strategy, Technology and Public Policy: The Selected Papers of David J. Teece / Edition 1

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The second of two volumes presenting an orderly selection of Teece's (banking, U. of California-Berkeley) papers, the 31 here originally published from 1977 to 1997. They address fundamental issues in strategic management, technology and its transfer, antitrust activities, regulation and deregulation, and technology policy. Specific topics include contributions and impediments of economic analysis to the study of strategic management, the resource cost of transferring technological know-how, implications of innovations and cooperation for competition and antitrust, and implications for US managers and policymakers of Japan growing capabilities in industrial technology. Teece provides an introduction with a biographical sketch. Both volumes have a full list of his publications. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Introduction
Pt. I Strategy
1 Economic Analysis and Strategic Management 3
2 Profiting from Technological Innovation: Implications for Integration, Collaboration, Licensing and Public Policy 27
3 Competition and Cooperation: Striking the Right Balance 48
4 Product Emulation Strategies in the Presence of Reputation Effects and Network Externalities: Some Evidence from the Minicomputer Industry 61
5 Contributions and Impediments of Economic Analysis to the Study of Strategic Management 87
6 Strategic Management and Economics 129
7 Fundamental Issues in Strategy 154
8 Dynamic Capabilities and Strategic Management 197
Pt. II Technology Transfer and Licensing
9 Technology Transfer by Multinational Firms: The Resource Cost of Transferring Technological Know-How 225
10 Time-Cost Tradeoffs: Elasticity Estimates and Determinants for International Technology Transfer Projects 245
11 The Market for Know-How and the Efficient International Transfer of Technology 253
12 Capturing Value from Technological Innovation: Integration, Strategic Partnering, and Licensing Decisions 267
13 Inter-Organizational Requirements of the Innovation Process 283
14 Managing Intellectual Capital: Licensing and Cross-Licensing in Semiconductors and Electronics 300
Pt. III Public Policy
15 Innovation and Cooperation: Implications for Competition and Antitrust 339
16 Antitrust Policy and Innovation: Taking Account of Performance Competition and Competitor Cooperation 361
17 Assessing Market Power in Regimes of Rapid Technological Change 391
18 Systems Competition and Aftermarkets: An Economic Analysis of Kodak 425
19 A Behavioural Analysis of OPEC: An Economic and Political Synthesis 455
20 Natural Resource Cartels 488
21 Information Sharing, Innovation, and Antitrust 524
22 Natural Gas Distribution in California: Regulation, Strategy, and Market Structure 545
23 The Uneasy Case for Mandatory Contract Carriage in the Natural Gas Industry 612
24 Telecommunications in Transition: Unbundling, Reintegration, and Competition 643
25 Competition and "Local" Communications: Innovation, Entry and Integration 668
26 Competition in Local Telecommunications: Implications of Unbundling for Antitrust Policy 693
27 Technological Development and the Organisation of Industry 723
28 Foreign Investment and Technological Development in Silicon Valley 744
29 Japan's Growing Capabilities in Industrial Technology: Implications for U.S. Managers and Policymakers 763
30 Estimating the Benefits from Collaboration: The Case of SEMATECH 789
31 Strategic Alliances and Industrial Research 804
Index 823
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