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Carol Corrado, Jonathan Haskel, Javier Miranda, and Daniel Sichel (eds.): Measuring and accounting for innovation in the twenty-first century (NBER studies in income and wealth, volume 78)

Carol Corrado, Jonathan Haskel, Javier Miranda, and Daniel Sichel (eds.): Measuring and... Business Economics (2022) 57:23–24 https://doi.org/10.1057/s11369-021-00234-3 BOOK RE VIE W Carol Corrado, Jonathan Haskel, Javier Miranda, and Daniel Sichel (eds.): Measuring and accounting for innovation in the twenty‑first century (NBER studies in income and wealth, volume 78) University of Chicago Press, 2021 Diane Coyle Published online: 12 July 2021 © National Association for Business Economics 2021 One of the many puzzles in modern life is why investors economy, and in particular, whether that framework needs rush to buy the stocks of tech companies making huge and to change. A second is what data are needed to measure persistent losses, giving them extraordinary valuations. Can better and understand innovation. A third is how innova- it really make sense for Tesla to be worth about ten times tion affects the structure of the economy, through production General Motors in terms of its market capitalization? Is it or the operation of labor and financial markets. A fourth is not a case of tech-mania, as frothy as past bubbles? Perhaps how to better measure innovation within existing conceptual so. But according to a recent paper (Gu et al. 2021), if the frameworks. accounts of listed US companies are adjusted to reclassify These are simply stated but needless to say represent a spending on http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Business Economics Springer Journals

Carol Corrado, Jonathan Haskel, Javier Miranda, and Daniel Sichel (eds.): Measuring and accounting for innovation in the twenty-first century (NBER studies in income and wealth, volume 78)

Business Economics , Volume 57 (1) – Jan 1, 2022

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Business Economics (2022) 57:23–24 https://doi.org/10.1057/s11369-021-00234-3 BOOK RE VIE W Carol Corrado, Jonathan Haskel, Javier Miranda, and Daniel Sichel (eds.): Measuring and accounting for innovation in the twenty‑first century (NBER studies in income and wealth, volume 78) University of Chicago Press, 2021 Diane Coyle Published online: 12 July 2021 © National Association for Business Economics 2021 One of the many puzzles in modern life is why investors economy, and in particular, whether that framework needs rush to buy the stocks of tech companies making huge and to change. A second is what data are needed to measure persistent losses, giving them extraordinary valuations. Can better and understand innovation. A third is how innova- it really make sense for Tesla to be worth about ten times tion affects the structure of the economy, through production General Motors in terms of its market capitalization? Is it or the operation of labor and financial markets. A fourth is not a case of tech-mania, as frothy as past bubbles? Perhaps how to better measure innovation within existing conceptual so. But according to a recent paper (Gu et al. 2021), if the frameworks. accounts of listed US companies are adjusted to reclassify These are simply stated but needless to say represent a spending on

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Business EconomicsSpringer Journals

Published: Jan 1, 2022

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