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economics of technological change.
|LC Classifications||HC110.T4 M3|
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|Pagination||x, 257 p.|
|Number of Pages||257|
|LC Control Number||66011414|
Book Description. In this wide ranging exposition of the various economic theories of technological change, Stanislaw Gomulka relates them to rates of growth experienced by different economies in both the short and the long term. The book includes a historical analysis of technological change, an examination of the overall direction of technological change, and general theories about the sources of change. The contributors empirically test hypotheses of induced innovation and theories of institutional s: 1.
This authoritative book from Cristiano Antonelli provides a systematic account of recent advances in the economics of innovation. By integrating this 5/5(2). The main three indicators of economic growth are capital accumulation, technological advances and increase in the population and work force. Capital accumulation is considered as the basic dynamic of economic growth. The most important condition to be met for guaranteeing development is the existence of sufficient by:
Published online: 9 Feb Institutions and industrial policy in Brazil after two decades: have we built the needed institutions? Published online: 6 Feb See all volumes and issues. Vol Vol The author examines the Kennedy-Samuelson model of induced invention and applies the model to analyze both the optimal rate and direction of technological change in a planned economy and the applicability of the results to a competitive economy. The effect of invention on prices and wages is also examined, by means of a multisector model.
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For those in the fields of the Economics of Technological Change, Industrial Organization and Science and Technology Policy this book will be an essential text and reference. The material will be invaluable and accessible to students and researchers as well as those working or setting policy in these : Paperback.
The 25 articles in this volume deal with the role of technological change in economic growth; the extent of social and private returns from research and development; the relationship between market structure and technological change; the controversies over intellectual property rights; the processes by which innovations spread; and the management of s: 0.
This book presents a detailed overview of the economics and technological change in all its various dimensions. Topics covered include: * Game-theoretic approaches to the modelling of technological change * Finance and technological change * Technological change in internatonal trade The Handbook will be essential reading for students and researchers of the economics of technological change Author: Paul Stoneman.
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Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Brings together a collaboration of technological advancements and how they have influenced the world's economy which include production efficiency, industrial innovation, regional developments and issues economic growth.
An area of neglect in much of current economic theory has been its lack of attention to the impact of technological innovation on the structure and behavior of firms and the market. This book is a 5/5(2). Moreover, she advances the ongoing discourse on the role of space and technological proximity in the process of innovation and technological externalities.
The book closes with an investigation of the role of technological change and knowledge spillovers in Cited by: 6. Technological change generally is believed to be an important factor driving costs up, although, as Neumann and Weinstein argue in this volume, significant conceptual and practical problems defy measurement of technology's precise contribution (1).
In the s “big-ticket” devices and procedures were singled out as the major culprit (2).Cited by: 9. E. Mansfield The Economics of Technological Change. New York, W. Norton & Company, Inc.,X p. p., $ - Volume 35 Issue 3.
A divide consolidated in economics between the notion of technological change and the notion of innovation. The former is used to define the introduction of more productive techniques, with aAuthor: Cristiano Antonelli.
The extent to which firms can react creatively to rather than adjust passively against new techniques and practices is dependent on their command of technological knowledge and relative competence.
This book explores the characteristics of the path dependent dynamics of localized technological change, demonstrating how the economics of complexity cCited by: Technological change is today central to the theory of economic growth. It is recognised as an important driver of productivity growth and the emergence of new products from which consumers derive welfare.
It depends not only on the work of scientists and engineers, but also on a wider range of economic and societal factors.
The importance of technological innovations for the sustenance of any nation's economic growth cannot be overemphasized, as improvements in technological innovations.
Handbook of the Economics of Innovation and Technological Change by Paul Stoneman,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1).
This comprehensive and innovative Handbook applies the tools of the economics of complexity to analyse the causes and effects of technological and structural change. It grafts the intuitions of the economics of complexity into the tradition of analysis based.
Technological change—the advance in knowledge relative to the industrial arts—is an important, if not the most important, factor responsible for economic growth."" The author is Professor of Economics at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, consultant to the RAND Corporation, the Federal Power Commission, and the U.S.
Army. Professor Mansfield provides an in-depth analysis of. We begin with a brief overview of the economics of technological change, and then examine three important areas where technology and the environment intersect: the theory and empirical evidence of induced innovation and the related literature on the effects of environmental policy on the creation of new, environmentally friendly technology; the theory and empirics of environmental issues related to technology diffusion; and analyses of the comparative technological Cited by: Science 09 May Vol.
Issuepp. DOI: /scienceaAuthor: Kenneth J. Arrow. Technology has long been seen as a path to economic growth. However there is considerable debate about the exact nature of this relationship. Economics of Structural and Technological Change employs a wide range of theoretical and applied approaches to explore the concept of technological change.
The book begins with a series of in-depth discussions of the economic analysis of technological Brand: Taylor And Francis. Handbook on the Economic Complexity of Technological Change by Cristiano Antonelli. This comprehensive and innovative Handbook applies the tools of the economics of complexity to analyse the causes and effects of technological and structural change.
The Technological Elements of Artificial Intelligence: Matt Taddy (p. 61 - 87) (bibliographic info) (Working Paper version) 3. Prediction, Judgment, and Complexity: A Theory of Decision-Making and Artificial Intelligence: Ajay Agrawal, Joshua Gans, Avi Goldfarb (p. 89 - ) (bibliographic info)Cited by: 6.Technological change is part of the economic process.
The economist Joseph Schumpeter once described economic innovation as “the perennial gale of creative destruction.” He meant that the competition and the drive to find better, more efficient ways to produce goods and provide services leads businesses to take advantage of every new.Technological Change.
A technological change (TC) can be defined as an increase in the outputs possible with a given level of inputs through the processes of invention, innovation, and diffusion. From: The Behavioral Economics of Climate Change, Related terms: Inequality; Information Technology; Librarians; Research Workers.