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T ECHNOLOGY M ANAGEMENT

C ENTER
O ff i c e o f t h e C h a n c e l l o r
University of the Philippines Diliman
http://www.tmc.upd.edu.ph; Tel. nos. 426-2765 or 67

COURSE SYLLABUS FOR TM 241

TECHNOLOGY ACQUISITION
AND ASSIMILATION

Semester : 2nd Sem 2015-2016 Professor : Asst. Prof. Glen A. Imbang


Schedule : Mon 6:00 - 9:00 PM Mobile Tel : 099567443987
Classroom: ASTI Room 2, TMC

E-mail : glenimbang@yahoo.com

A. COURSE DESCRIPTION
Systematic treatment of the issues and problems in the
selection,
sourcing, transfer, and mastery of exogenous
technology.
Prerequisite: TM 201 or consent of instructor

2. COURSE RATIONALE

Credit: 3 units

This is a core course of the Master of Technology Management


program that is designed to familiarize students with the concepts,
principles, techniques, transactions, and practices of technology
management related to the selection and acquisition of technology
from foreign and local sources, the implementation of the acquired
technology, the learning of the acquired technology up to and even
beyond technological catch-up, selected national models of
technological learning and catch-up, and the challenges, issues, and
options facing countries that are seeking technological catch-up in the
21st century.

3.

TEACHING OBJECTIVES
1. To enable the student to understand (a) the nature of global
value chains and global production networks; (b) the various
modes and mechanisms of international technology transfer;
(c) the nature, benefits, and costs of foreign direct
investments; (d) the anatomy of various technology transfer
agreements; and (e) the strategies and techniques of
negotiating technology transfer agreements;
2. To acquaint the student with (a) the pros and cons of various
methods of external technology acquisition; (b) the technique
of reverse engineering; (c) the process of technology
procurement by a private firm; (d) the methods of technical
risk assessment in technology acquisition; (e) the procedure
of technology procurement in the public sector; and (f) the
principles and practices of implementing an externally
acquired technology;
3. To enable the student to understand the concepts and principles of technological capabilities, technological learning,
technological catch-up, and technological leapfrog at the
level of firms and sectors;
4. To acquaint the student with selected national models and
cases of successful latecomer technological learning and
catch-up;

5. To familiarize the student with the alternative approaches and


strategies, policy issues, and government roles faced by
countries seeking national technological catch-up in the 21st
century;
6. To enable the student to gain experience in undertaking case
studies of technological learning and capability-building by
selected latecomer firms in selected catching-up countries;
and
7. To enable the student to undertake a case study of a specific
technology acquisition project by a domestic firm,
government agency, academic institution, or non-government
organization.

D. LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon completion of the course, the student is expected to be able to:
1. Explain the various concepts, terminologies, principles, and
techniques related to (a) global value chains and production
networks, (b) international technology transfers, and (c) the
anatomy and negotiation of technology transfer agreements;
2. Explain (a) the pros and cons of the various methods of
external technology acquisition, including the method of
reverse engineering, (b) the processes of technology
procurement in the private and public sectors, (c) the
methods of technical risk assessment in technology
acquisition, and (d) the techniques of change management in
technology implementation;
3. Choose an appropriate external technology acquisition
method for a local private or public organization and manage
the acquisition process;

4. Explain the concepts of technological capabilities and


technological catch-up and evaluate the level of technological
capabilities of a company;
5. Recommend strategies and techniques by which a domestic
firm or industry can achieve technological catch-up.

5. COURSE PEDAGOGY
The course will be conducted in three-hour class meetings that
will be held in eighteen (18) 3-hour class meetings from 6:00-8:50
PM every Mondays (except for 13 June 2013 and 22 August
2013). For the first 16 weeks, each class meeting will be divided into
two sessions (Session A: 6:00-7:20 PM and Session B: 7:30-8:50
PM)
PM with each session dedicated to a specific course topic.
For every topic session there will be a moderator. The moderator
will be given the set of powerpoint lectures and will refer to the
readings based on the syllabus. The moderator will lead the class
discussion on the said topics. The class instructor will also ask the
moderator to relate the lecture on recent literature and references for
the class. There will be two topics to be discussed every class
meeting.
for the during the first 16 meetings will follow a lecture-discussion
format in which the professor will give a powerpoint lecture on the
designated topic while the students will be encouraged to ask
questions and share their experiences related to the topic. Before
coming to class, every student is expected to study the set of
readings for Sessions A and B of each class meeting and to prepare
questions that s/he should raise during the class discussions.
The class will be divided into five (5) groups, each composed of
four (4) students, that will serve as study groups for discussing the
readings and for undertaking the required Foreign and Local Case
Studies.

A Mid-Term Examination will be held to test the students'


understanding of the topics covered in the first half of the course and
a Final Examination will be conducted to test the students' comprehension of the topics covered in the last half of the course.
Finally, each group will have to undertake (1) a Case Study of a
selected foreign latecomer firm's technological catch-up
experience (2) a Case Study of a selected local organization's
technology acquisition project.

F. COURSE OUTLINE

PART I: CHANNELS AND MECHANISMS OF


INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
SESSION
NO.
1A

DATE

COURSE TOPIC

18 Jan 2016

Overview of the Course and


its Requirements

1B

25 Jun 2016

Review of Global Value Chains and


Global Production Networks

2A

1 Feb 2016

Channels and Mechanisms of International Technology Transfer

2B

1 Feb 2016

The Nature, Benefits, and Costs


of Foreign Direct Investments

3A

8 Feb 2016

Anatomy of Technology Licensing


Agreements

3B

8 Feb 2016

Anatomy of OEM and Subcontracting


Agreements

4A

15 Feb 2016

Anatomy of Joint Venture Agreements

4B

15 Feb 2016

Negotiating Technology Transfer


Agreements

PART II: METHODS AND PROCEDURES OF


EXTERNAL TECHNOLOGY ACQUISITION
SESSION
NO.
5A

22 Feb 2016

5B

22 Feb 2016

6A

DATE

COURSE TOPIC
Comparison of Methods of External
Technology Acquisition

Reverse Engineering Methods in


Technology Acquisition
Start of individual reporting mau
29 Feb 2016 Technology Procurement by a Private
Firm: Initiation and Planning
marti

6B

29 Feb 2016

7A

7 Mar 2016

7B

7 Mar 2016

8A

14 Mar 2016

Technical Risk Assessment in


Technology Acquisition
Yoshiko
Technology Procurement by a Private
Firm: Methods of Vendor Selection
Jes
Technology Procurement in the Public
Sector: Procedures and Practices
Mai
Technology Implementation I:
Approaches and Operationalization
Joni
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8B

14 Mar 2016

Technology Implementation II:


Change Management
Alfa

MID-TERM EXAM: MONDAY, 21 MAR 2016, 6:00-9:00 PM

PART III: TECHNOLOGICAL CAPABILITIES, TECHNOLOGICAL LEARNING, AND TECHNOLOGICAL CATCH-UP


SESSION
NO.
9A

DATE

COURSE TOPIC

28 Mar 2016

9B

28 Mar2016

10A

4 Apr 2016

10B

4 Apr 2016

11A

11 Apr 2016

Technological Capabilities at the


Firm Level
Tof
Technological Learning at the
Firm Level
Marco
Technological Learning and Capability-Building by Latecomer Firms
Jill
Technological Catch-up and
Leapfrog by Latecomer Firms
Mannix
Technological Catch-up and
Leapfrog by Latecomer Sectors
Asela

PART IV: MODELS AND CASES OF NATIONAL


TECHNOLOGICAL LEARNING AND CATCH-UP
11B

11 Apr 2016

South Koreas Model of Techno-

logical Learning and Catch-up


Christine
12A

18 Apr 2016

12B

18 Apr 2016

SESSION
NO.

DATE

13A

25 Apr 2016

13B

25 Apr 2016

14A

2 May 2016

14B

2 May 2016

Taiwans Model of Technological


Learning and Catch-up
Noki
Chinas Model of Technological
Learning and Catch-up
Dan

COURSE TOPIC
Indias Model of Technological
Learning and Catch-up
Lester
Brazils Model of Technological
Learning and Catch-up
Paulo
Malaysia's Model of Technological
Learning and Catch-up
Elisha
Israel's Model of Technological
Learning and Catch-up
Marco Lansangan

PART V: NATIONAL TECHNOLOGICAL


CATCH-UP IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
15A

9 May 2016

15B

9 May 2016

The Role of the State and Industrial


Policies in National Technological
Catch up
Mark
Industrialization Approaches in
National Technological Catch-up
Sancho
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16A

16 May 2016

16B

16 May 2016

Alternative Approaches to
National Technological Catch-up
Jaypee P.
Capability-Building Approach in
National Technological Catch-up
Dogwe , Rolando

FINAL EXAM: SATURDAY, 23 MAY 2016, 6:00-9:00 PM

PART VI: PRESENTATION OF CASE STUDIES


OF SELECTED FOREIGN FIRMS
SESSION
NO.
17A*

DATE

ACTIVITY

30 May 2016

Presentation of Case Study of a


Selected Firm in South Korea

17B*

30 May 2016

Presentation of Case Study of a


Selected Firm in Taiwan

17C*

30 June 2016

Presentation of Case Study of a


Selected Firm in China

18A*

30 June 2016

Presentation of Case Study of a


Selected Firm in South Asia or in
ASEAN

18B*

30 June 2016

Presentation of Case Study of a


Selected Firm in the Middle East or
Latin America

G. COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND POLICIES


1. Student Card/Facebook Page Each student must submit by the
end of the Second Class Meeting a 3 x 5 index card with one (1)
1 x 1 ID picture
attached and with the following information
written on it: the students full name, student number, the name of
his/her company or organization, his/her e-mail address, mobile
telephone no., work experience, and educational background.
Each student is also required to be part of the Facebook group that
will be created by the class.

2. Class Participation Class attendance is compulsory and active


participation in class discussions will be graded. A student who
incurs five (5) or more unexcused class absences shall
automatically get a grade of "5". There will be 2 scheduled
makeup classes as backup. Attendance in this makeup classes is a
must for those who have already incurred 5 absences.
3. Mid-Term Examination Each student has to take a three-hour MidTerm Examination which will be held on Saturday, 03 August 2013
from 1:00 to 4:00 PM and which will cover the course topics in
Session 1-B up to Session 8-B.
4. Final Examination -- Each student must also take a three-hour
Final Examination on Saturday, 28 September 2013 from 1:00 to
4:00 PM and which will cover the topics in Session 9-A up to
Session 16-B.
5. Foreign Case Study and Presentation Each group of the class
will be required to undertake a Case Study of a successful program
of technology acquisition, learning, and catch-up that has been
carried out by a selected foreign company based in one of the
countries listed in Section F, Part VI and to make a 50-minute
group presentation of its Case Study before the rest of the class. A

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soft copy of the Foreign Case Study (which should have a length
of 15-20 pages, single space, excluding appendices) together with a
soft copy of the case presentation materials must be submitted by
the group immediately after its presentation. The Foreign Case
Study should have the following format:
5.1 Overview of the Company and its Businesses
5.2 Overview of the Country and Industry Context
5.3 Company Vision, Goals, and AttitudesRegarding Technological
Learning and Catch-up
5.4 Technology Acquisition Methods Used by the Company
5.5 Technological Learning and Catch-up Undertaken by the Company
5.6 National Policies Affecting Technological Capability-Building of
the Company
5.7 Analysis of the Critical Success Factors in the Companys
Technology Acquisition, Learning, and Catch-up.
5.8 Comparison of the Company's Technological Learning and
Capabilities with Those of its Principal Philippine Counterpart
5.9 Important Learnings and Lessons for Philippine Companies
5.10 Conclusion
6. Local Case Study Each group will also be required to undertake
a Case Study of a project involving the acquisition and
assimilation of a specific technology by a domestic Filipinoowned firm, government agency, academic institution, or nongovernment organization and to submit not later than 8:00 PM
Friday 18 October 2013 a hard and soft copy of its Local Case
Study Report which should have a length of 15-20 pages (single
space), excluding exhibits and appendices. The Local Case Study
Report should have the following format:
6.1 Brief Background of the Organization
6.2 Description of the Organizations Business Need and the
Technological Solution Chosen to Address this Need.
6.3 Description of the Organizations Procedures for Initiating and
Planning its External Technology Acquisition
6.4 Description and Justification of the Organizations Selected
Method of Technology Acquisition

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6.5 Description of the Organizations Procedures for Evaluating


and Selecting its Technology Supplier
6.6 Description of the Organizations Strategy and Tactics in
Negotiating its Technology Acquisition Contracts
6.7 Description of the Organizations Procedures, Techniques, and
Problems in Implementing its Externally Acquired Technology
6.8 Description of the Organizations Policies, Procedures, and
Techniques for the Absorption and Mastery of the Externally
Acquired Technology
6.9 Critical Evaluation of the Organizations External Technology
Acquisition Project
6.10 Key Learnings and Recommendations
6.11 Conclusion

H. COURSE GRADING
A students final weighted score in the course will be computed
on the basis of the following weight distribution:
Class Participation.10%
Mid-Term Examination. 20%
Final Examination.. 20%
Foreign Case Study and Presentation.25%
Local Case Study Report..25%
-------100%
Class participation: includes attendance, participation in discussions,
submission of reaction papers etc.
The professor will also give additional assignments for additional
points above.

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The students final U.P. grade will be determined on the basis of the
following table of equivalences:
Final Score
94
89
84
79
74

100%
93%
88%
83%
78%

U.P. Grade

Final Score

U.P. Grade

1.00
1.25
1.50
1.75
2.00

69 73%
64 68%
59 63%
54 58%
Below 54%

2.25
2.50
2.75
3.00
5.00

7. COURSE SCHEDULE AND READINGS


PART I: INTERNATIONAL CHANNELS AND MECHANISMS
OF INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
1. FIRST CLASS MEETING, THURSDAY, 13 JUNE 2013
A. SESSION NO. 1-A, 6:007:20 PM
Topic

Overview of the Course and its Requirements

Readings:

Course Syllabus

B. SESSION NO. 1-B, 7:308:50 PM


Topic

Readings :

Review of Global Value Chains and Global


Production Networks
(1) Sturgeon (2001), How Do We Define Value
Chains and Production Networks?

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(2) Abonyi (2005), Primer on Global Value Chains


and International Production Networks
(3) Ge, Konana, and Tanriverdi (2004), Global
Sourcing and Value Chain Unbundling

2. SECOND CLASS MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 19 JUNE 2013


A. SESSION NO. 2-A, 6:007:20 PM
Topic

Readings :

Channels and Mechanisms of International


Technology Transfer
(1) Wahab, Rose, and Osman (2012), Exploring
the Technology Transfer Mechanisms by
Multinational Corporations: A Literature Review
(2) Foray (2009), Technology Transfer in the
TRIPS Age: The Need for New Types of
Partnerships Between the Least Developed and
Most Advanced Economies
(3) Barton (2007), New Trends in Technology
Transfer: Implications for National and
International Policy
(4) Radosevic (1999), Modes and Channels of
Technology Transfer

B. SESSION NO. 2B, 7:308:50 PM


Topic

Readings:

The Nature, Benefits, and Costs of Foreign


Direct Investments
(1) Hansen (2000), Economic Theories of Transnational Corporations, Environment and
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Development
(2) Glass and Saggi (2004), The Role of Foreign
Direct Investment in International Technology
Transfer
(3) Gachino (2007), Technological Spillovers from
Multinational Presence: Towards a Conceptual
Framework
(4) Grak (2003), The Hidden Costs of Technology
Transfer

3. THIRD CLASS MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 26 JUNE 2013


A. SESSION NO. 3-A, 6:0010:20 AM
Topic

Anatomy of Technology Licensing Agreements

Readings:

(1) Bobrowicz (2007), A Checklist for Negotiating


License Agreements
(2) Smith (2006), A Technologists Guide to
Outbound Technology Licensing Agreements
(3) World Intellectual Property Office (2005),
Exchanging Value: Negotiating Technology
Licensing Agreements
(4) Jones, Whitham, and Handler (2007),
Problems with Royalty Rates, Royalty
Stacking, and Royalty Packing Issues

B. SESSION NO. 3-B, 7:308:50 PM

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Topic

Readings:

Anatomy of OEM and Subcontracting


Agreements
(1) International Trade Centre (2010a), Model
Contracts for Small Firms: International
Contract Manufacturer Agreement
(2) Shira & Associates (2012), OEM Manufacturing
Contract
(3) Reid Commercial Law (2010), Subcontracting
Agreement
(4) Wrigleys Solicitors LLP (2009), Subcontracting
Some Guidelines

4. FOURTH CLASS MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 03 JULY 2013


A. SESSION NO. 4-A, 6:007:20 PM
Topic

Readings:

Anatomy of Joint Venture Agreements


(1) International Trade Centre (2010b), Model
Contracts for Small Firms: International
Corporate Joint Venture
(2) Majmudar & Co. (2012), Joint Venture
Agreement
(3) Pakistan Engineering Council (2010), Standard
Forms of Joint Venture/Consortium Agreements
and Memorandum of Understanding
(4) Queen City Law (2012), Joint Venture
Agreements

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B. SESSION NO. 4-B, 7:308:50 PM


Topic

Negotiating Technology Transfer Agreements

Readings:

(1) Mahoney (2007), Negotiating an Agreement:


Skills, Tactics, and Practices
(2) Nierenberg and Calero (2009), Effective
Negotiation Techniques: From Selecting
Strategies to Side-Stepping Impasses and
Assumptions
(3) Fisher and Ury (1991), Getting to Yes:
Negotiating an Agreement Without Giving in
(4) Simons and Tripp (1997), The Negotiation
Checklist

PART II: METHODS AND PROCEDURES OF


EXTERNAL TECHNOLOGY ACQUISITION
5. FIFTH CLASS MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 10 JULY 2013
A. SESSION NO. 5-A, 6:007:20 PM
Topic

Readings :

Comparison of Methods of External Technology


Acquisition
(1) UNIDO-ICS (1998a), Technology Acquisition
(2) Ford and Saren (1996), The Technology
Acquisition Task

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(3) LE (2001), Technology and Strategic


Capability Development: A Literature Review of
External Technology Sourcing Practices
B. SESSION NO. 5-B, 7:308:50 PM
Topic

Reverse Engineering Methods in Technology


Acquisition

Readings:

(1) Cosma et al. (2008), "A Methodology for Developing New Products Using Reverse Engineering and Digital Prototyping Techniques"
(2) Radfar and Khamseh (2005), "Technology
Transfer with Reverse Engineering Approach
in Aerospace Industries"
(3) Samuelson and Scotchmer (2001), "The Law
and Economics of Reverse Engineering"

6. SIXTH CLASS MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 17 JULY 2013


A. SESSION NO. 6-A, 6:007:20 PM
Topic
Readings :

Technology Procurement by a Private


Firm: Initiation and Planning
(1) Eskelin (2001a), Initiation
(2) Eskelin (2001b), Planning
(3) Herron (2004), Technology Selection: What
You Need to Know to Make a Decision

B. SESSION NO. 6-B, 7:308:50 PM


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Topic

Readings :

Technical Risk Assessment in Technology


Acquisition
(1) NIST, USA (2012), Guide for Conducting Risk
Assessment
(2) DSTO, Australia (2010), Technical Risk
Assessment Handbook
(3) ONeill, Thakur, and Duus (2007), Technical
Risk Assessment: A Practitioners Guide
(4) Nikolic and Ruzic-Dimitrijevic (2009), Risk
Assessment of Information Technology
Systems

7. SEVENTH CLASS MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 24 JULY 2013


A. SESSION NO. 7-A, 6:007:20 PM
Topic

Readings :

Technology Procurement by a Private


Firm: Methods of Vendor Selection
(1) Eskelin (2001c), Research
(2) Eskelin (2001d), Evaluation
(3) Chronis (2004), A Structured Approach to
Vendor Selection Initiatives

B. SESSION NO. 7-B, 7:308:50 PM


Topic:

Technology Procurement in the Public


Sector: Procedures and Practices
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Readings :

(1) Government Procurement Policy Board


(2007), Handbook on Philippine Government Procurement
(2) Jones (2010), Reforming Public Procurement
in the Philippines: Progress and Constraints
(3) World Information Technology and Services
Alliance (2004), "Best Practices in Government
IT Procurement."

8. EIGHTH CLASS MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 31 JULY 2013


A. SESSION NO. 8-A, 6:007:20 PM
Topic

Readings :

Technology Implementation I: Approaches


and Operationalization
(1) Fleischer and Roitman (1990), Implementation
(2) Eskelin (2001e), Implementation
(3) Eskelin (2001f), Operations

B. SESSION NO. 8-B, 7:308:50 PM


Topic

Readings:

Technology Implementation II: Change


Management
(1) Queensland Government (2009), Change
Management Best Practices Guide
(2) Jones, Aguirre, and Calderone (2004), Ten
Principles of Change Management
(2) Baekdal et al. (2006), Change Management

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Handbook
(3) UNIDO-ICS (1998b), Change Management

MID-TERM
EXAM: 1:00-4:00 PM, SATURDAY, 03 AUG 2013
MID

PART III: TECHNOLOGICAL CAPABILITIES, TECHNOLOGICAL LEARNING, AND TECHNOLOGICAL CATCH-UP

9. NINTH CLASS MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 07 AUGUST 2013


A. SESSION NO. 9-A, 6:007:20 PM
Topic

Readings :

Technological Capabilities at the Firm Level


(1) Bell (2007), "Technological Capability:
Concepts, Models, and Preconceptions"
and "Design and Engineering Capabilities
in STI Systems"
(2) Arnold and Thuriaux (1997), Developing
Firms Technological Capabilities
i.
(3) Lall (1992), Technological Capabilities
and Industrialization

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B. SESSION NO. 9-B, 7:308:50 PM


Topic

Readings:

Technological Learning at the Firm Level


(1) Albu (1997), Technological Learning and
Innovation in Industrial Clusters in the South
(2) Scott-Kemmis and Chitravas (2007), Revisiting
The Learning and Capability Concepts
Building Learning Systems in Thai Auto
Component Firms
(3) Kale and Little (2005), "Knowledge Generation
in Developing Countries: A Theoretical Framework for Exploring Dynamic Learning in HighTechnology Firms"

10. TENTH CLASS MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 14 AUGUST 2013


A. SESSION NO. 10-A, 6:007:20 PM
Topic

Readings:

Technological Learning and Capability-Building


by Latecomer Firms
(1) Hobday (1995a), The Latecomer Firm
(2) Mathews (2002), " Competitive Advantages
of the Latecomer Firm: A Resource-Based
Account of Catch-up Strategies"
(3) Marcelle (2002), "From Technology Transfer to
Strategic Acquisition of Technological
Capabilities"

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B. SESSION NO. 10-B, 7:308:50 PM


Topic

Readings:

Technological Catch-up and Leapfrog by


Latecomer Firms
(1) Forbes and Wield (2006), Innovation
Dynamics in Follower Firms: Process, Product
and Proprietary Technology for Development
(2) Dutrenit (2007), "The Transition from Building
up Innovative Technological Capabilities to
Leadership by Latecomer Firms"
(3) Yeung (2006), From Followers to Market
Leaders: Asian Electronics Firms in the Global
Economy

11. ELEVENTH CLASS MEETING, THURSDAY, 22 AUGUST 2013


A. SESSION NO. 11-A, 6:007:20 PM
Topic

Readings:

Technological Catch-up and Leapfrog by


Latecomer Sectors

(1) Liu (2007), "Path-Following or Leapfrogging in


Catching-up: the Case of China's Telecommunication Equipment Industry""
(2) Malerba and Nelson (2008), "Catching up in
Different Sectoral Systems"
(3) Chandra and Kolavalli (2006), "Technology,
Adaptation, and Exports How Some
Developing Countries Got It Right"

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PART IV: MODELS AND CASES OF NATIONAL


TECHNOLOGICAL LEARNING AND CATCH-UP

B. SESSION NO. 11-B, 7:30-8:50 PM


Topic

Readings:

South Koreas Model of Technological


Learning and Catch-up
(1) Lee (2009), "How can Korea be a Model for
Catch-up Development? A 'Capability-Based'
View"
(2) Kim (2000), The Dynamics of Technological
Learning in Industrialization"
(3) Lee and Lim (1998), "Technological Regimes,
Catch-up, and Leapfrogging: Findings from
the Korean Industries"
(4) Hobday (1995b), The Republic of Korea:
Catching up in Large Corporations

12. TWELFTH CLASS MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 28 AUGUST 2013


A. SESSION NO. 12-A, 6:007:20 PM
Topic

Readings:

Taiwan's Model of Technological Learning and


Catch-up
(1) Hobday (1995c), Taiwan: Small Firm
Innovation Clusters"

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(2) Wang (2003), The Making of Unknown


Heroes: National System of Learning, OEM,
and Taiwan's IT Industry"
(3) Mathews (2004a), Understanding the How to
of Technological Change in Fast Growing
Economies: The Case of Electronics in Taiwan
(4) Chen (2008), Building Technological Capability
Through Exploiting Informal Local and Global
Knowledge Linkages: The Case of Machine
Tool Industry in Taiwan
B. SESSION NO. 12-B, 7:308:50 PM
Topic

Readings:

Chinas Model of Technological Learning


and Catch-up
(1) Liu (2005), Chinas Development Model: An
Alternative Strategy for Technological Catchup
(2) Yu (2004), "Strategically Building Technological
Capabilities in a Big Emerging Country"

(3) Gu and Lundvall (2006), "China's Innovation


System and the Move Toward Harmonious
Growth and Endogenous Innovation"
(4) Xie and White (2006), "From Imitation to
Creation: The Critical Yet Uncertain Transition
for Chinese Firms"

13. THIRTEENTH CLASS MEETING, WEDNEDAY, 04 SEPT 2013


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A. SESSION NO. 13-A, 6:007:20 PM


Topic

Readings:

India's Model of Technological Learning


and Catch-up
(1) Ray (2008), "Emerging Through Technological
Capability: An Overview of India's Technological Trajectory"
(2) Krishnan (2007), Technology Strategies for
Global Competitiveness: Next Practices from
Indias Leading Companies
(3) Greene (2007), The Emergence of Indias
Pharmaceutical Industry and Implications for
the US Generic Drug Market
(4) Bhatnagar (2006), Indias Software Industry

B. SESSION NO. 13-B, 7:308:50 PM


Topic

Readings:

Brazil's Model of Technological Learning


and Catch-up

(1) Doctor (2009), "Furthering Industrial


Development In Brazil: Globalization and the
National Innovation System
(2) Cassiolato, Bernardes, and Lastres (2003), A
Case Study of Embraer in Brazil
(3) Quadros and Consoni (2009), "Innovation
Capabilities in the Brazilian Automobile
Industry: A Study of Vehicle Assemblers

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Technological Strategies and Policy


Recommendations"
(4) Castro (2009), "The Soybean Agro-food System
in Brazil: From Catching-up to Technological
Leadership"

14. FOURTEENTH CLASS MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 11 SEPT 2013


A. SESSION NO. 14-A, 6:007:20 PM
Topic

Malaysia's Model of Technological Learning


and Catch-up

Readings:

(1) Behrooz and Wong (2007), Depicting the


Technology and Economic Development
of Modern Malaysia"
(2) Krishna (2006), The Science and
Technology System of Malaysia"
(3) Lai and Yap (2004), Technology Development
in Malaysia and the Newly Industrializing
Economies: a Comparative Analysis"

B. SESSION NO. 14-B, 7:308:50 PM


Topic

Readings :

Israels Model of Technological Learning


and Catch-up
(1) Offenhauer (2008), Israels Technology Sector
(2) Breznitz (2007), Innovation-Based Industrial
Policy in Emerging Economies: The Case of
Israels IT Industry

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(3) Breznitz and Zimmermann (2008), The State


as Strategic Manager
(4) Pugatch, Teubal, and Zlotnick (2009), Israels
High-Tech Catch-up Process: The Role of IPR
and Other Policies.
(5) Avnimelech and Teubal (2008), Evolutionary
Targeting

PART V: NATIONAL TECHNOLOGICAL CATCH-UP


IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
15. FIFTEENTH CLASS MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 18 SEPT 2013
A. SESSION NO. 15-A, 6:007:20 PM
Topic

The Role of the State and Industrial Policies in


National Technological Catch-up

Readings :

(1) Evans (2008), "In Search of the 21st Century


Developmental State
(2) Wade (2005), "Bringing the State Back In:
Lessons from East Asia's Development
Experience"
(3) Shafaeddin (2006), "Is the Industrial Policy
Relevant in the 21st Century?"
(4) Radosevic (2007), "Policies for Promoting
Technological Catching up: Towards PostWashington Approach"

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B. SESSION NO. 15-B, 7:308:50 PM


Topic

Industrialization Approaches in National


Technological Catch-up

Readings:

(1) Mathews (2004b), World Industrial


Development in the 21st Century: Catch-up
Strategies and the Latecomer Effect
(2) Dinh (2004), SIEDCA The New Model of
Industrialisation for Rapid Growth and
Sustainable Development
(3) Sonobe and Otsuka (2006), "Strategy for
Cluster-Based Industrial Development in
Developing Countries"

16. SIXTEENTH CLASS MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 25 SEPT 2013


A. SESSION NO. 16-A, 6:007:20 PM
Topic

Readings:

Alternative Approaches to National


Technological Catch-up
(1) Sheehan (2008), " Beyond Industrialization:
New Approaches to Development Strategy
Based on the Service Sector."
(2) Juma and Clark (2002), Technological CatchUp: Opportunities and Challenges for
Developing Countries

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(3) Bacsafra (2005), "Beyond Coconuts: The


Quest for Informationalization in the
Philippines"
(4)Sauter and Watson (2008), Technology
Leapfrogging: A Review of the Evidence
B. SESSION NO. 16-B, 7:308:50 PM
Topic

Readings:

The Capability-Building Approach in National


Technological Catch-up
(1) Lee and Mathews (2009), "From Washington
Consensus to BeST Consensus for World
Development"
(2) Mathews (2009), "China, India and Brazil: Tiger
Technologies, Dragon Multinationals and the
Building of National Systems of Economic
Learning"
(3) Fagerberg and Srhrolec (2007), The Role of
Capabilities in Development: Why Some
Countries Manage to Catch up While Others
Stay Poor
(4) Cimoli, Dosi, and Stiglitz (2008), The Political
Economy of Capabilities Accumulation: The
Past and Future of Policies for Industrial
Development

FINAL EXAM: 1:00-4:00 PM, SATURDAY, 28 SEPT 2013

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PART VI: PRESENTATION OF CASE


STUDIES OF SELECTED FOREIGN FIRMS
17. SEVENTEENTH CLASS MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 02 OCT 2013
A*. SESSION NO. 17-A*, 9:0010:00 AM
Activity

Case Analysis of a Selected Company in


South Korea

B*. SESSION NO. 17-B*, 10:0511:05 AM


Activity

Case Analysis of a Selected Company in


Taiwan

C*. SESSION NO. 17-C*, 11:1012:10 AM


Activity :

Case Analysis of a Selected Company


in China

18. EIGHTEENTH CLASS MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 09 OCT 2013


A*. SESSION NO. 18-A*, 9:0010:00 AM
Activity :

Case Analysis of a Selected Company in


South Asia or ASEAN

B*. SESSION NO. 18-B*, 10:0511:05 AM

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Activity :

Case Analysis of a Selected Company


in the Middle East or Latin America

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