This book applies theory and empirical analysis to the dynamics of innovation in developing countries, developing a Competitive Position Model focused on incremental and adaptive innovations. Particular emphasis is placed on R & D in manufacturing firms.
Presents an alternative to Porter's Competitive Advantage Model for developing countries
Provides in-depth analysis of R&D in developing countries, with an emphasis on implications for policy and practice
Includes case studies and data from high-growth regions, including China, India, and Brazil