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Bogdanowicz, Marc

Overview
Works: 39 works in 52 publications in 1 language and 555 library holdings
Roles: Author, Editor
Classifications: HM1206, 302.2
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Most widely held works by Marc Bogdanowicz
EU enlargement : economic development and the information society by Marc Bogdanowicz( )

7 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 477 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Toward a political economy of culture : capitalism and communication in the twenty-first century by Andrew Calabrese( )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Several of the most important and influential political economists of communication working today explore a rich mix of topics and issues that link work, policy studies, and research and theory about the public sphere to the heritage of political economy. Familiar but still exceedingly important topics covered include market structures and media concentration, regulation and policy, technological impacts on particular media sectors, information poverty, and media access. The book also features several new topics for future political economy study
The new dynamics of growth and change in Asia( Book )

4 editions published between 2008 and 2018 in English and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The digital shift in the media and content industries : policy brief( Book )

2 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This policy brief offers a structured review of the major transformations the MCI industries have been going through. It provides some insights into the policy questions these transformations are raising. New ways of implementing policies are suggested and their effectiveness in a digital world is discussed. The first section gives some figures showing the significance of the MCI industries. The second section follows the digital shifts and its impact. The third section reviews the policies
Mapping the European ICT poles of excellence the atlas of ICT activity in Europe( Book )

2 editions published in 2014 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The EIPE Atlas presents the results of the empirical mapping of ICT activity in Europe and the ranking of the top European NUTS 3 regions based on their performance in EIPE Composite Indicator (EIPE CI), together with the ranks for the individual 42 indicators which contributed to the building of the EIPE composite indicators. The report offers a snapshot of the performance of regions that are identified as the main locations of ICT activity in Europe. It is meant to provide a comprehensive picture of how ICT activity is distributed across Europe and where its main locations are. This information is expected to give a better overview of the European ICT landscape, activity and actors in each location and to reveal their strengths and weaknesses
The 2011 report on R & D in ICT in the European Union( )

2 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This report provides an analysis of the state of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Research and Development activities in the European Union. This is the fourth report of a series which is published annually. This year{u2019}s report provides data up to 2008. The report starts with a presentation of general trends concerning the EU ICT sector in a global perspective and in the EU Member States, followed by an analysis of the impact of the recent financial crisis on the ICT sector. The report then analyses R&D in the ICT sector, using data from the EU Industrial R&D Investment Scoreboard, which tracks R&D spending by the top R&D-investing companies worldwide. The report also provides a unique overview of ICT patenting in the European Union and a comparison of ICT patenting performance, by Member State and with other world regions. Finally, the report presents a set of empirical analyses on internationalisation of R&D in the ICT sector, on which there is still scarce evidence available, particularly with regard to ICT R&D internationalisation with emerging Asian economies
The case of Dublin as a European ICT Pole of Excellence experts' insights into public policies( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This report comes as a complement to the EIPE case study report. It presents some of the public policies that local experts believe were intended to forge the profile of the ICT activity in the region of Dublin (code IE021), a NUTS 3 level region
Lessons for ICT innovative industries : three experts' positions on financing, IPR and industrial ecosystems( )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Why is it that European firms are less present as leading innovators in new ICT sectors? The most common factor raised in the literature to explain the differences in dynamic structure between the US and the EU is a greater willingness on the part of the US financial markets to fund projects in new sectors. The more fragmented nature of Europe’s product markets has also been cited as potential barrier to innovation in the region compared with the United States. For new sectors, this is particularly true of markets where early users are willing to take up and co-develop innovations. In addition, the lower exit and re-entry costs for firms and the greater mobility in the US labour market are factors which would encourage the emergence of new industries and new firms in the US. Nonetheless, part of the story is also the failure of the EU’s innovation “ecosystem” to effectively link its innovation actors. The current report aims to help address these issues – through the point of view of three separate experts - , by providing their specific understanding of emerging innovative ICT markets and what role government policy could play. Using an in-depth analysis of specific new emerging ICT technologies and markets and a detailed examination of the evidence for the ability of European firms to enter and grow into leading innovators in these sectors, the report identifies several implications for EU policy making on how to better leverage its innovation capacity in ICT markets
The case of Inner London East as a European ICT Pole of Excellence experts' insights into public policies( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The European ICT Poles of Excellence (EIPE) project is a joint research project of DG CNECT and the JRC Institute for Prospective Technological Studies. It established the conditions for defining, identifying, analysing and monitoring the existence and progress of current and future European ICT Poles of Excellence (EIPE), in order to distinguish these among the many European ICT clusters, observe their dynamics and offer an analysis of their characteristics. A case study report investigates 5 selected EIPEs - Inner London East, Paris, Kreisfreie Stadt Darmstadt, Dublin and Byen Kobenhavn. It presents and interprets the data collected during the course of the project to understand the actual facts, context and story of each location, i.e. its R&D, innovation and business activity. The case study report is complemented by 4 short notes, which offer the summarised views of local experts on the role played by public policies in the emergence and the sustainability of ICT activity in their region. This note is about Inner London East
Enlargement Futures Project Information and Communication Technologies. Final Report. Enlargement Futures Series by Elissaveta Gourova( Book )

1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Trends in the development and utilization of information and communication technologies (ICT) in the 13 candidate countries for admission into the European Union(the CC13) were examined by a 12-member panel of experts and its staff. The analysis focused on the following topics: (1) the communication infrastructure available in the CC13; (2) issues of infrastructure and the services and content provided through communication networks; and (3) the ICT-related capabilities and skills of the workforce in the CC13. The following were among the key issues and challenges identified: (1) the security and trust of customers in the new technological solutions for finance, trade, and communications; (2) the widening digital divide in the CC13 and local industry's ability to implement advanced technologies and supply state-of-the-art equipment and services; (3) the availability of public access points and involvement of all stakeholders in the process of building infostructures and providing high-quality services and content to the general public; (4) the ability of existing training systems to meet the requirements of a knowledge society; and (5) the need to strike a balance between acute societal day-to-day needs and the needs of an information society. (Forty-seven tables/figures/boxes are included. The bibliography lists 98 references. Lists of panel members and acronyms and abbreviations are appended.) (MN)
Key findings and implications of the European ICT poles of excellence project( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This report contains a synthesis of the main findings of the EIPE study and the policy implications that can be derived from it for the implementation of the 2009 Communication on ICT R&D and for EU policies in general
The case of Byen Kobenhavn as a European ICT Pole of Excellence experts' insights into public policies( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The European ICT Poles of Excellence (EIPE) project is a joint research project of DG CNECT and the JRC Institute for Prospective Technological Studies. It established the conditions for defining, identifying, analysing and monitoring the existence and progress of current and future European ICT Poles of Excellence (EIPE), in order to distinguish these among the many European ICT clusters, observe their dynamics and offer an analysis of their characteristics. A case study report investigates 5 selected EIPEs - Inner London East, Paris, Kreisfreie Stadt Darmstadt, Dublin and Byen Kobenhavn. It presents and interprets the data collected during the course of the project to understand the actual facts, context and story of each location, i.e. its R&D, innovation and business activity. The case study report is complemented by 4 short reports, which offer the summarised views of local experts on the role played by public policies in the emergence and the sustainability of ICT activity in their region. This report is about Copenhagen
The case of Paris as a European ICT Pole of Excellence experts' insights into public policies( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The European ICT Poles of Excellence (EIPE) project is a joint research project of DG CNECT and the JRC Institute for Prospective Technological Studies. It established the conditions for defining, identifying, analysing and monitoring the existence and progress of current and future European ICT Poles of Excellence (EIPE), in order to distinguish these among the many European ICT clusters, observe their dynamics and offer an analysis of their characteristics. A case study report investigates 5 selected EIPEs - Inner London East, Paris, Kreisfreie Stadt Darmstadt, Dublin and Byen Kobenhavn. It presents and interprets the data collected during the course of the project to understand the actual facts, context and story of each location, i.e. its R&D, innovation and business activity. The case study report is complemented by 4 short notes, which offer the summarised views of local experts on the role played by public policies in the emergence and the sustainability of ICT activity in their region. This note is about Paris
Selecting and designing European ICT innovation policies( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This report analyses the peculiarities of innovation in Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), an ecosystem composed of various layers: from infrastructure to applications and content, and including end users. The report observes that innovation is becoming more open and collaborative in all layers, with various degrees of R & D intensity (greater at lower, physical layers); a prevalence of system goods with platforms and complementors mostly competing "for" rather than "in" the market; pervasive network effects coupled with relatively low entry barriers; short product life-cycles; and a high degree of co-evolution and co-dependency across and between layers. The nature of the ICT ecosystem determines a growing need for flexible, adaptive regulation, and the adoption of new policy instruments such as prizes and challenges. Policies should aim to create an environment favourable to the development of new, welfare-enhancing business models and avoid hindering the entrance of new players
Analysing the European ICT poles of excellence case studies of Inner London East, Paris, Kreisfreie Stadt Darmstadt, Dublin and Byen Kobenhavn( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The EIPE project aims to identify activities related to ICT R&D and innovation which are geographically concentrated and which demonstrate high performance: the European ICT Poles of Excellence. Besides providing a comprehensive map of ICT-related activity in Europe, the project looks at five NUTS3 regions that can be considered as key elements of the European ICT landscape, i.e. Inner London East, Paris, Kreisfreie Stadt Darmstadt, Dublin and Byen Kobenhavn. The study identifies the strengths and weaknesses of each place and provides an overview of policy measures that were undertaken in each of them to facilitate the development of ICT R&D, innovation and business activities
Building the Information Society in Candidate Countries? A Prospective Analysis on Potential Trajectories To Realise the Lisbon Goals. IPTS Experts Workshop Report, February 23-25, 2003, Sevilla by Marc Bogdanowicz( Book )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Potential policies and strategies for building the information society (IS) in countries that are candidates for admission to the European Union were explored at a workshop attended by 39 experts from the European Commission (EC), the EC's Institute for Prospective and Technological Studies, and outside the EC. The workshop focused on the specific context for IS developments in candidate countries, paying special attention to the following topics: infrastructures; info-structures; capabilities and skills; and assessment of the present IS in candidate countries. The workshop also examined transferable lessons from selected information and computer technology (ICT)- related experiences in the European Union's 15 member states. After concluding that a simple scenario for the road forward does not exist, the workshop participants presented a series of provisional conclusions regarding how to put IS policy strategies at the service of countries' democratic development while optimizing their resources and economic output. (Sixty-eight endnotes, a 14-item bibliography, and a list of experts from the panel workshop are included. The following items are appended: lists of policy and research implications by the experts in the workshop's concluding session; a list of structural indicators for evaluating countries' needs; an action plan for creating an IS for all of Europe; definitions of ICT activity; and a list of ICT goods in the Standard International Trade Classification.) (MN)
Employment outlook and occupational change in the media content industries (2000 - 2005) : scenarios and background note( )

1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Tracking the economic value of embedded digital technology : a supply-side methodology( )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This methodological report indicates a way forward in estimating the economic role of embedded digital technology (EDT) from the supply side. We propose a more holistic approach to the production and diffusion of ICT and we develop the foundation of a methodology that would ultimately take into account the overall use and impact of embedded digital technology in the productive process. Technological, economic and statistical arguments support our approach. Current technological development no longer accommodates clear borderlines between ICT and non-ICT goods or between general purpose computers and embedded digital devices. The economics and statistics of ICT reveal the complex and multi-channel contributions of ICT to the productive process. The methodology we propose uses the input-output method known as backward linkages to give a measure of EDT as ICT consumption generated along the value chain by the demand of final goods. We give an account of the methodological limitations of applying the method and an overview of data availability and shortages for its implementation. A simplified application of the methodology to German data is used as an example
Models of innovation in global ICT firms : the emerging global innovation ecosystems( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This report focuses on the changing models of innovation adopted by some of the largest and most innovative global ICT companies in the world, including Apple, BT, Google, Microsoft, Skype, Telefonica and Vodafone. One of the main contributions of this report is to demonstrate that in order to understand these innovation models, it is necessary, at the same time to understand the dynamics of innovation at sector level. Beginning with an analysis of the innovation process in the ICT ecosystem, the author drills down into the company global innovation ecosystems that have been created by these global companies. In addition he explores some of the implications that proliferating company global innovation ecosystems have for government policy. He concludes that whilst innovation is changing the world, changing global circumstances are in turn transforming the innovation model in companies, both large and small, around the world
ICT and regional economic dynamics : a literature review( )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The objective of this report is to review the relevant theoretical and empirical literature to provide a conceptual and methodological background for the analysis of the consequences of ICT use and globalisation on the regional economies in the European Union. We highlight the key aspects of ICT as a general purpose technology, discuss the economic impacts of ICT diffusion from macro and micro perspectives, and examine the spatial consequences of ICT diffusion. We focus on regional innovation systems and globalisation in order to propose an organizing framework for the analysis of the impact of ICT diffusion on regional development
 
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