Nanotechnology as a strategic choice in the twenty-first century to advance the reality of Iraqi industrialization and catch up with the advanced industrial countries (A case study of the reality of nanotechnology in the top 20 advanced countries in this
Keywords:تقانة النانو، الخيار الاستراتيجي، التصنيع، الدول الصناعية المتقدمة., : nanotechnology, strategic choice, industrialization, advanced industrial countries
The research aims to determine the nature, reality, and future of industrialization using nanotechnology for the coming decades as a strategic option to advance the reality of Iraqi industrialization in order to be in the ranks of advanced industrial countries in this field. The problem of the study revolves around that the reality of manufacturing in Iraq is far behind the reality of manufacturing in advanced industrial countries and that one of the options What is proposed for the advancement of industrialization in Iraq to catch up with advanced industrial countries is manufacturing using nanotechnology as a strategic option adopted by business organizations, especially industrial ones and developed industrial countries as large organizations, and to achieve the goal of the study, formulate hypotheses to reach the objectives of the study and use the inductive approach in order to reach conclusions.
The research came out with a number of results, the most important of which is, Iraqi industrial organizations can advance the reality of Iraqi industrialization and catch up with the advanced industrial countries by moving towards industrialization using nanotechnology, as happened with China and the East Asian country, which is only two years (2011-2012) managed to increase its share of The ratio of the number of patents registered for the twenty countries covered by the study to more than 3%. , And there will be great effects if nanotechnology is applied in Iraq, as it will provide a qualitative leap in the Iraqi economy through the high profits that organizations reap when applying this technology, and the research also contributes to promoting and urging the use of nanotechnology that will open new horizons for researchers. It will have social implications for the application of nanotechnology in Iraqi organizations, which is reflected in the well-being of individuals working in these organizations. The study also presented a set of proposals in light of these conclusions that Iraqi public and private industrial organizations can benefit from, and determine the originality of the research through propositions (Clunan & Rodine- Hardy, 2014) which believes that the acquisition and preservation of technical progress in the field of nanotechnology are often seen as a priority for defense and competition in global economies in the twenty-first century and Elsevier Report, 2015). Pan technology represents the key that enables the technology to reach a wide range of applications in several different fields and is one of the top research priorities.
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