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Title: Knowledge-intensive business service within creative industry in Thailand : paper to be presented at “The 7th ASIALICS International Conference” Global Recession and Reform of Innovation Systems in Asia, 15-17 April 2010
Authors: Chairatana, Pun-Arj
Chantaraskul, Kittipong
Ratanawaraha, Apiwat
Pentrakoon, Duanghathai
Keywords: SOUTHEAST ASIA
THAILAND
KNOWLEDGE-BASED ECONOMY
CREATIVE ECONOMY
KNOWLEDGE-INTENSIVE BUSINESS SERVICE
INNOVATION SYSTEM
CREATIVE INDUSTRY
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Date: 2010
Publisher: Innovation Interface Labs (CUll Labs), Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, TH
Abstract: Knowledge-intensive innovative activities take place primarily at the city level, where innovation support services are located, and where the majority of economic activity takes place. As such, it is important that the concept of innovation systems be augmented to capture such essential characteristics. Thailand's Vision towards a Knowledge-Based Society (2001 - 2010) or IT 2010, was developed to support three key components: building knowledge-based human capital, promoting innovation in economic and social systems, and strengthening information infrastructure and industry. This study investigates innovativeness of knowledge-intensive business service (KIBS) in Thai creative industries, selecting 3 sub-sectors of functional creation related to Architecture, Advertising, and Software.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/48724
Project Number: 105180
Project Title: Toward Innovative, Liveable and Prosperous Asian Megacities
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