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The Two Sides of Innovation

Edited by Guido Buenstorf, Uwe Cantner (), Horst Hanusch (), Michael Hutter (), Hans-Walter Lorenz () and Fritz Rahmeyer ()

in Economic Complexity and Evolution from Springer, currently edited by Ulwe Cantner, Kurt Dopfer, John Foster, Andreas Pyka and Paolo Saviotti

Date: 2013
Edition: 2013
ISBN: 978-3-319-01496-8
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Chapters in this book:

Editorial: The Two Sides of Innovation
Guido Buenstorf, Uwe Cantner, Horst Hanusch, Michael Hutter, Hans-Walter Lorenz and Fritz Rahmeyer
Agents of Change
Caroline Gerschlager
Network Evolution in Basic Science
Thomas Grebel
Inventor Networks in Emerging Key Technologies: Information Technology vs. Semiconductors
Holger Graf
Not Invented Here: Technology Licensing, Knowledge Transfer and Innovation Based on Public Research
Guido Buenstorf and Matthias Geissler
Innovation in the Age of the Fuggers
Rolf Walter and Maximilian Kalus
Agent-Based Modelling of Novelty Creating Behavior and Sectoral Growth Effects—Linking the Creative and the Destructive Side of Innovation
Frank Beckenbach, Maria Daskalakis and David Hofmann
Creative Production in the Creative Industries
Michael Hutter
Labor Market Integration Policies and The Convergence of Regions: The Role of Skills and Technology Diffusion
Herbert Dawid, Simon Gemkow, Philipp Harting and Michael Neugart
Creative Destruction and Fiscal Institutions: A Long-Run Case Study of Three Regions
Lars Feld, Jan Schnellenbach and Thushyanthan Baskaran
Is Novelty Always a Good Thing? Towards an Evolutionary Welfare Economics
Christian Schubert
Dynamic Circular Flow Models with Innovations
Adolf Wagner
Money, Credit, Capital and the State
Hardy Hanappi
Asymmetric Markets and the Evolution of the Division of Labor
Carl Christian Weizsäcker
Recent Developments in Evolutionary Biology and Their Relevance for Evolutionary Economics
Karin Knottenbauer

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DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-01496-8

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