1. Auflage 1999,
304 Seiten, Gebunden, Format (B × H): 156 mm x 234 mm, Gewicht: 658 g
Reihe: Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy
Verlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Antonelli Microdynamics of Technological ChangeThis volume presents a comprehensive assessment of the economic effects of the emerging information and communication technologies associated with a knowledge-based economy, and looks at how knowledge is increasingly treated as a product in its own right. An original framework is developed to comprehend these fundamental shifts, based on three bodies of knowledge: * the economics of path dependence and of historical time as they are elaborated in the economics of new technologies * economic topology based on the methodology of network analysis * the new economics of knowledge and the concept of localized technological change This book provides a unified analytical framework for the study of the transition of advanced economic systems towards a knowledge-based economy.
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I. Introduction, Part 1: The Theory, II. Path-Dependance in Industrial Economics and the Economics of Innovation, III. The New Economics of Knowledge, IV. The Dyamics of Localized Technological Changes. The Interaction Between Factor Costs-Inducement, Demand Pull and Schumpeterin Rivalry, V. Localized and Technological Change and Schumpeterian Growth Regimes, VI. Econcomic Topology: The Role of Technological Externalities in the Dynamics of Localized Technological Change, Part 2: Applications, VII. Localized Technological Changes in Telecommunications and the Networks of Networks, VIII. Localized Technollogical Change and Unemployment in the Global Ecocnomy: A Schumpeterian Approach, IX. New Information Technology and the Evolution of the Organization of Knowledge Production, X. The Dynamics of Technological Externalities and the Evolution of Technological Co-operation, XI. The Evolution of Standards as Economic Institutions, XII. New Information Technology and the Knowledge Based Economy. The European Evidence, XIII. Conclusion, XIV. Bibliography