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Record #153195:

Innovation af procesudstyr til fiskeforarbejdning i Alaska og Island / Søren Eliasen.

Title: Innovation af procesudstyr til fiskeforarbejdning i Alaska og Island / Søren Eliasen.
Translated title: Introducing processing equipment for fish preparation in Alaska and Iceland.
Author(s): Eliasen, Søren.
Date: 1999.
Publisher: Roskilde, Denmark: Roskilde University
Language: Danish.
Abstract: Innovation in fisheries has different goals: reduction in workforce, better use of raw materials and developing new products and production methods. Most changes are incremental. Most big changes happen in industrial centres in Europe or USA, but in some Arctic communities they have also occurred. Cases discussed raise questions: how were they set up? How did they interact with others in locality? Does this interaction provide special knowledge in innovation process? Has anything in Arctic background favoured innovation? Machine suppliers are often small specialist concerns with strong local knowledge and loyalties; big firms have many lines in variety of markets. Both countries treated have plenty of natural resources, but machine manufacturers use materials in advanced state as input. However, Iceland has first call on talent, whilst USA sends best engineers to NASA, General Motors etc.
Keywords: 334.746.4 -- Small businesses.
639.2.068 -- Fish processing, equipment.
K -- Economics and economic development.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*35) -- Iceland.
(*49) -- Alaska.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: (*35) : 639.2.068[1999]
SPRI record no.: 153195

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