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Scholars from a wide variety of disciplines who have studied technological advance in some detail have converged on the proposition that technological advance needs to be understood as proceeding through an evolutionary process characterized by multiple search efforts, deep intertechnological...
This paper reviews the existing evidence regarding the effects of technological and non-technological innovations on the productivity of firms and the existence of possible complementarities between these different forms of innovation.
In this paper the theoretical literature on the quantitative and qualitative employment impact of technological change is critically discussed and the relative explanatory power of the competing economic theories assessed.
This paper analyzes the market and technological catching-up of latecomer firms in two IT service sectors from a sectoral systems of innovation (SSI) perspective. It finds that indigenous software firms in China have selected different learning and catch-up strategies in the different...
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