Internationalisation processes developing high technology sector: economic solutions

Nikolaj Ambrusevič

Doctoral dissertation

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Social sciences, economics (04S).

The object of scientific research of dissertation covers processes of high technology sector development in terms of economic internationalisation. This scientific research aims to create assumptions for purposeful preparation and implementation of reasonable economic solutions dedicated for efficient development of the sector of high technology considering the circumstances of economic internationalisation. The scientific problem of the dissertation reflects the need to use specific methods of evaluation of the efficiency of the high technology sector development in order to provide economic substantiation for the high technology sector development and priorities, adequately considering the singularities of the sector in the context of processes of modern social, economic, scientific and technological development. The goal of the dissertation is to analyse and to evaluate tendencies and prospective of the high technology sector development in different world countries and regions and to offer a comprehensive method of evaluation of the efficiency of the high technology sector development with possibilities of its adaptation in terms of Lithuania.

The dissertation observes and examines the variety of different theories and forms, including national and international organisations legislation, dedicated for high technology sector development, relevant in terms of globalisation and internationalisation of the world economy. The suggested methods of evaluation of efficiency of the high technology sector development are based on the relevance of comprehensive study and evaluation in the context of development of knowledge-based economy and growing importance of the sector in the world economy.

The dissertation consists on introduction, four chapters and conclusion. The topicality of the problem is revealed, purpose of the dissertation and tasks are stated, scientific novelty of the dissertation is described and the structure of the thesis is presented in the introduction part of the dissertation. The first and second chapters discuss the theories and models applicable for the further research, and the third chapter provides empirical studies conducted on the basis of analysis of methods and methodological materials by solving tasks raised in the dissertation. The fourth chapter represents suggested model. The conclusions are represented at the end of the dissertation.

The results of the dissertation were announced in 8 scientific international and national conferences and 11 scientific papers were printed – one is referred by ISI database, four – are quoted in EBSCO database, one – in the journals of CEEOL database quotation, one is printed in reviewed international conference proceedings and four papers are published in other conference proceedings.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.20334/1963-M

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Year:
2011
ISBN:
978-609-457-069-8
Imprint No:
1963-M
Dimensions:
160×230 mm
Pages:
182 p.
Cover:
Softcover
Language:
Lithuanian
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