Adoption and Impacts of New Technologies and Techniques in the Paper Manufacturing Sector

Project Title Adoption and Impacts of New Technologies and Techniques in the Paper Manufacturing Sector
Overview Innovation methods within the pulp and paper industry are profiled based on a survey of Georgia manufacturing establishments and in-person interviews with seven industry representatives.
Status Completed (December 2006)
Sponsors Center for Paper Business and Industry Services
Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership
Project Staff Philip Shapira (GT STIP)
Jan Youtie (GT STIP)
John Slanina (GT STIP)
Erin Lamos (GT STIP)
Contact STIP Contacts
Publications Youtie, J, Shapira., P., Lamos, E., and Slanina, J., Innovation in the Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Industry: Needs, Practices, and Performance in Georgia, 2002 – 2005. Program on Science, Technology and Innovation Policy. Georgia Tech, June 2006. [PDF]Youtie, J., P. Shapira, J. Slanina and E. Lamos, “Dimensions of Innovation in the Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Industry: Insights from the 2005 Georgia Manufacturing Survey”, 2006. Submitted to the TAPPI Journal.Youtie, J., P. Shapira, E. Lamos and J. Slanina, “Innovation in the Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Industry: Needs, Practices, and Performance in Georgia, 2002-2005”, 2006. Submitted to Sloan Industries Studies Annual Conference Working Papers. [Abstract, PDF] [Paper, PDF]
Updated May 23, 2007