Research Project Reports

Fostering Production and Science & Technology Linkages to Stimulate Innovation in ASEAN

By Patarapong Intarakumnerd, Yasushi Ueki (Eds.)

ERIA Research Project Report 2009-7-4

Posted: March 2010

List of Project Members


Project Leader

Patarapong Intarakumnerd: College of Innovation, Thammasat University, Thailand.


Project Member

Sunil Mani: Centre for Development Studies, India.

Haryo Aswicahyono: Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Indonesia.

Tomohiro Machikita: Institute of Developing Economies (IDE/JETRO), Japan.

Masatsugu Tsuji: Graduate School of Applied Informatics, University of Hyogo, Japan.

Avvari V. Mohan: Nottingham University Business School Malaysia Campus, Malaysia.

Mari-Len Macasaquit: Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, Philippines.

Somrote Komolavanij: Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology, Thammasat University, Thailand.

Truong Chi Binh: Institute for Industry Policy and Strategy, Vietnam.


Coordinator

Yasushi Ueki: Bangkok Research Center, IDE/JETRO, Thailand.



Full Report


RPR-2009-7-4

Contents


Front cover

Table of Contents

List of Project Members

Executive Summary

1. The flight from Defence to Civilian Space: Evolution of the Banglore Aerospace Cluster

2. Production Linkages and Industrial Upgrading: Case study of Indonesia's Automotive Industry

3. Linkages for Fostering Innovation Activities - Case Studies of Firms in E&E Sector of Penang Cluster - Malaysia

4. Case Study of the Electronics Industry in the Philippines: Linkages and Innovation

5. Thai Automotive Industry and Cases Study

6. The Process of Improving Technology and the Perspective of Domestic Suppliers in the Motorbike Industry in Hanoi

7. Empirical Analysis of Information Linkages and Capability in ASEAN Economies: Case of Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam

8. Empirical Analysis of Innovation and the Proximity of Information Linkages in ASEAN Economies: Case of Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam

9. Learning and Innovation in Upstream-Downstream Relations: Mutual Knowledge Exchanges and Types of Transferred Technologies

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