The emergence of a growth industry: a comparative analysis of the German, Dutch and Swedish wind turbine industries
2003 (English)In: Change, Transformation and Development / [ed] Stan Metcalfe, Uwe Cantner, Heidelberg: Physica/Springer , 2003, 1, 197-228 p.Chapter in book (Other academic)
This volume contains a collection of papers all concerned with the exploration of economic and social dynamics in relation to the innovation process and its outcomes. This theme is firmly rooted in the Schumpeterian tradition in which an economic perspective is mutually embedded in a wider awareness of the role of other disciplines. Indeed since Schumpeter's time, the degree of specialisation within the social sciences has risen many fold, new sub disciplines continue to emerge, highly specialised theoretical tools and empirical methods continue to be developed, and new fields for the study of management and business overlap with the more traditional social sciences. There is, consequently, a need for connecting principles to offset the dangers of intellectual fragmentation. Evolutionary economics and evolutionary analysis more generally, certainly provide some of these connecting principles. The various contributions to this volume reflect upon this research programme in a number of ways.
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Heidelberg: Physica/Springer , 2003, 1. 197-228 p.
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