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Governmental Policies and the CoPS Development : The Case of Gas Turbine Industry in Iran

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Frame of Image erconnected, often customized elements (including control units, sub-systems and components), usually organized in a hierarchical way. They exhibit non-linear and continuously emerging properties, whereby small changes in one part of the system can lead to large alternations in other parts of the system. There is a high degree of user involvement in the innovation process, through which the needs of the economic environment feed directly into the innovation process (rather than through the market as in the standard model).
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Market Dimensions of CoPS
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The significance of bilateral oligopolies in market structures, with few suppliers and few buyers (Miller et al., 1995; Davies, 1997; Hobday,
1998; Magnusson et al., 2005).
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CoPS customers in many countries are managed and regulated by
the state and it is not unusual for CoPS markets to have evolved into
monopsonies (Magnusson et al., 2005).
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Gas Turbines (GT) as CoPS
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Gas turbine: the main machine and the most technologically advanced part of gas-fired power plants. The evolution of the technologies: originated from multibillion-dollar military and civil programmes and other public R&D budgets (Mowery and Rosenberg 1982; Watson 1997; Winskel
2002; Watson 2004).
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The evolution: influenced by governments’ policies (e.g. national energy policies) • Backup plants in the US and UK in the 1960s • The PURPA Act plants in the US in the 1980s • The ‘dash for gas’ manifested in the UK in the 1990s
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Gas Tur


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Title Governmental Policies and the CoPS Development
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The Case of Gas Turbine Industry in Iran

Project Category Capacity Building Workshops
Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Majidpour, Mehdi

Date 2012-10
Event

KDI School

Project Capacity Building Workshops
Pages 21
Subject Country Iran(Middle East)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Industry and Technology < Energy
Holding High Level Knowledge Forum
Organizer KDI School; Ministry of Strategy and Finance; The World Bank
Venue Grand InterContinental Hotel Seoul Parnas, Seoul, Korea
Program Type Forum
Project Term 2012-10-15 ~ 2012-10-16

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High Level Knowledge Forum: Expanding the Frontiers in Development Policy under Korea’s Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP)