Year 2012, Volume 11, Issue 3, Pages 627 - 639 2012-12-01

Yeni Teknoloji Temelli Firmaların Ekonomi Politiği
Political Economy of the New Technology Based Firms

Derya Güler Aydın [1]

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Yeni teknoloji temelli firmalar (new technology based firms) sadece iktisadi yapının değil, kurumsal yapının da değişiminde etkilidir. Büyük firmalarda girişimciliği rutinleştiren rasyonalizasyon sürecinin aksine, bu tip firmalarla teknolojik yeniliğin (Schumpeterci anlamda yaratıcı girişimciliğin) sürekliliği sağlanabilmektedir.Bu çalışmanın amacı, yeni teknoloji temelli firmalar için Schumpeter’in analizinin uygun bir teorik çerçeve olduğunu göstermek ve bu firmalardaki teknolojik yeniliğin etkisinin sadece iktisadi alandanda değil, kurumsal alanda da etkileri olduğunu ortaya koymaktır. Çalışma iki bölümden oluşmaktadır. Birinci bölümde yazından faydalanarak, yeni teknoloji temelli firmaların nitelikleri incelenecektir. İkinci bölümde ise, Schumpeter’in analizinin yeni teknoloji temelli firmalar için teorik bir çerçeve sağlayacağı gösterilecek ve Schumpeter’in kapitalist gelişme sürecine ilişkin görüşleri yeni teknoloji temelli firmalar bağlamında yeniden sorgulanacaktır
New technology based firms are effective not only changes in economic but also in institutional areas. These firms provide continuous technological innovations (creative entrepreneur in Schumpeterian sense) rather than the rationalization process that routinizes the entrepreneur in big firms. The aim of this study is to denote that the Schumpeterian analysis is appropriate framework for the new technology based firms and to introduce the effects of technological innovations of these firms both economic and institutional areas. This study is composed of two parts. In the first part, the basic characteristics of new technology based firms will be examined by the help of the literature. In the second part of the study, the appropriateness of the Schumpeterian framework for these firms will be displayed and Schumpeter's views on the process of capitalist development within the context of new technology based firms will be re-questioned
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APA Güler Aydın, D . (2012). Political Economy of the New Technology Based Firms. Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences, 11 (3), 627-639. Retrieved from http://dergipark.org.tr/jss/issue/24238/256947