The National German Innovation System – Its Development in Different Governmental and Territorial Structures
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Chapter 11 in Economics, Evolution and the State, 2005 from Edward Elgar Publishing
This book focuses on the emerging field of evolutionary economic policy, highlighting the interface between the state, markets, and the evolutionary complexity of modern economies. The contributors explore the possibilities and limitations of governance, and provide a unique platform for the advancement of modern evolutionary economic theory.
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