The R&D Workers: Managing Innovation in Britain, Germany, Japan, and the United States

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THE R&D WORKERS
Managing Innovation in Britain, Germany, Japan, and the United States

International Research Group on R&D Management

PHILIP SHAPIRA, Volume Editor

QUORUM BOOKS

Westport, Connecticut London

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Table of contents

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  • International Research Group on R&D Management ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • 1: Introduction: Managing and Developing R&D Workers 1
  • REFERENCE 10
  • 2: Labor Market and Job Search Behavior of R&D Workers 11
  • 3: The Organization and Management of Corporate Research and Development 25
  • 3: The Organization and Management of Corporate Research and Development 42
  • References 43
  • 4: Corporate Careers of R&D Personnel 45
  • Note 58
  • 5: Career Paths, Skill Formation, and Technological Obsolescence 59
  • Note 76
  • References 76
  • 6: Professionalism, Specialization, and the Career Ambitions of R&D Workers 79
  • References 91
  • 7: Rewarding R&D Personnel 93
  • Note 106
  • 8: R&D Patenting and Productivity 107
  • Note 119
  • 9: Comparisons and Contrasts in R&D Management in the United States and Japan 121
  • Acknowledgments 141
  • References 141
  • Appendix. International Survey of R&D Workers: Methodology 143
  • REFERENCE 153
  • Index 155
  • About the Contributors 161
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