Elgar Companion to Neo-Schumpeterian Economics

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Horst Hanusch, Andreas Pyka
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2007 - 1209 pagina's
The Elgar Companion to Neo-Schumpeterian Economics is a cutting-edge collection of specially commissioned contributions highlighting not only the broad scope but also the common ground between all branches of this prolific and fast developing field of eco
 

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Introduction
1
PART 1 FROM SCHUMPETERS UNIVERSAL SOCIAL SCIENCES TO NEOSCHUMPETERIAN THINKING
17
1 Schumpeter Joseph Alois 18831950
19
their source and their evolution
27
3 Schumpeterian universal social science
55
micro meso macro
65
5 Reflections on Schumpeters lost seventh chapter to the Theory of Economic
78
toward a synthesis of capitalist development and the economy as a whole
97
37 Biotechnology industries
607
38 Telecommunications the Internet and Mr Schumpeter
621
39 Innovation in services
633
is there a tradeoff?
647
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
667
41 Schumpeter and the microfoundations of endogenous growth
671
42 New directions in Schumpeterian growth theory
688
a Schumpeterian perspective
705

7 The neoSchumpeterian element in the sociological analysis of innovation
107
8 A Schumpeterian renaissance?
130
THEORY
143
9 NeoSchumpeterian perspectives in entrepreneurship research
147
towards an evolutionary theory of the firm
159
an integrative perspective
182
12 Technological collaboration
193
13 Strategic and organizational understanding of interfirm partnerships and networks
201
14 The models of the managed and entrepreneurial economies
211
15 Tacit and codified knowledge
235
16 Localized technological change
248
17 Competencies capabilities and the neoSchumpeterian tradition
267
18 Firm organization
287
19 The role of knowledge in the Schumpeterian economy
296
a conceptual debate
316
21 Technological paradigms andtrajectories
331
22 Schumpeterian patterns of innovation and technological regimes
344
23 Innovation networks
360
aspects of selfpropagation as a neoSchumpeterian characteristic
377
25 Schumpeterian modelling
389
26 NeoSchumpeterian simulation models
405
27 Replicator dynamics
440
28 Historyfriendly models of industrial evolution
453
a methodology for neoSchumpeterian economics
467
EMPIRICS
489
some basic building blocks of evolumetrics
493
31 Typology of science and technology indicators
503
identifying competitive regimes by statistical cluster analysis
525
33 Entropy statistics and information theory
544
34 A methodology to identify local industrial clusters and its application to Germany
556
35 Technology spillovers and their impact on productivity
574
36 The Japanese system from the neoSchumpeterian perspective
597
44 Innovation and employment
719
45 Macroeconometrics
733
completing Schumpeters theory
745
47 Innovation and demand
754
48 Long waves the pulsation of modern capitalism
766
a longterm view
775
conceptual empirical and modelling issues
800
51 Qualitative change and economic development
820
52 Understanding economic growth as the central task of economic analysis
840
PART 5 NEOSCHUMPETERIAN ECONOMICS AND THE SYSTEMIC VIEW
855
a survey of the literature from a Schumpeterian perspective
857
from List to Freeman
872
the inputoutput approach
882
lessons from the rise of regional innovation systems research
896
57 Fundamentals of the concept of national innovation systems
926
PART 6 RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY
941
58 Policy for innovation
943
59 Growth policy
967
60 Time strategies in innovation policy
978
61 Macroeconomic policy
990
62 Schumpeters influence on game theory
1003
63 Transaction costs innovation and learning
1010
64 Austrian economics and innovation
1045
65 On AustrianSchumpeterian economics and the Swedish growth school
1055
66 Experimental economics
1077
67 Complexity and the economy
1102
68 Selforganization in economic systems
1111
69 Regional economics and economic geography from a neoSchumpeterian perspective
1149
70 A roadmap to comprehensive neoSchumpeterian economics
1160
Index
1171
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