Hans-Peter Brunner is a doctorate from University of Maryland, College Park, specialising .
He has taught economics at universities in Germany (1991–95). Books published by him include Productivity, Competitiveness and Incomes in Asia―An Evolutionary Theory of International Trade (2005) and Closing the Technology Gap―Technological Change in India’s Computer Industry (1995).
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In the 1980s the Indian computer industry narrowed the gap between itself and the United States, the change occurred through a series of waves. Hans-Peter Brunner explains this pattern through an examination of India's policies and changes in international computer technology regimes.
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Small firms in India's computer industry have helped narrow the technology ga.Authors and affiliations. Changes in government policies were essential for the maturation of the nascent Indian high-technology industry. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.
Closing the Technology Cap: Technological Change in India's Computer Ifidusfry. Finally, he also studies the development of India's computer industry because of the intimate connection between software and hardware. Basing his arguments on a wealth of facts and figures and probing many misconceptions, Dr Heeks concludes that liberalisation has brought in only limited benefits, and argues that a successful software industry requires essential state interventions of a promotional nature.
Closing the technology gap. technological change in India's computer industry. Published 1995 by Sage Publications in New Delhi, Thousand Oaks, Calif.
His inventions have found applications in diverse areas like computer science, the textile industry, linguistics, and information science. He was awarded over 80 patents.
analysis in the Indian context refer, Hans-Peter Brunner, Closing the Technology Gap: Technological. Change in India’s Computer Industry, New Delhi: Sage Publications, 1995. 3 In India, for example, the Centre for Development of Telecommunications (C-DOT) designed, developed and patented a switching system more suited to environments characterised by low.