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作者 Drechsler, Wolfgang
書名 Techno-Economic Paradigms : Essays in Honour of Carlota Perez
出版項 London : Anthem Press, 2009
國際標準書號 9781843318224 (electronic bk.)
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說明 1 online resource (442 pages)
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系列 Anthem Other Canon Economics
Anthem Other Canon Economics
附註 Intro -- TITLE PAGE -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- Chapter 1:INTRODUCTION: CARLOTA PEREZ AND EVOLUTIONARY ECONOMICS -- The Framework -- Explaining History -- Systematic Evolutionary Theory -- A Viable Methodological Alternative -- New Research Directions -- References -- Chapter 2:DEVELOPING INNOVATION CAPABILITY: MEETING THE POLICY CHALLENGE -- Introduction -- Developing Absorptive Capacity -- Learning to Innovate -- Helping Firms Develop Innovation Capability -- Broadcast Mode -- Agent-Assisted Mode -- Peer-Assisted Mode -- Conclusions/Reflections -- References -- Chapter 3:SLOW FOOD, SLOW GROWTH … SLOW ICT: THE VISION OF AMBIENT INTELLIGENCE -- The Most Important Technological Trend of the Last Decade -- Now That More and More AmI Type of Technological Progress is a Given: What Will We Do With It? -- AmI and Europe's Challenges -- The Dark Side -- Food and the Future of AmI -- References -- Chapter 4:TECHNICAL CHANGE AND STRUCTURAL INEQUALITIES: CONVERGING APPROACHES TO PROBLEMS OF UNDERDEVELOPMENT -- Introduction -- Connecting LASA with the Neo-Schumpeterian Work on Innovation: Perez' Contribution -- The Relevance of Technical Progress to the Development Process and the Pre-eminence of Non-Economic Factors -- Asymmetries in the Process of Development and Its Dual Character -- Learning Asymmetries: Failures in Knowledge Generation, Acquisition and Use as Underdevelopment Problems -- The Role of the Financial Dimension -- The Importance of Policy for Structural Change: The Role of the State and Public Policy -- Concluding Remarks: Opening and Illuminating Pathways -- References -- Chapter 5:THE NEW TECHNO-ECONOMIC PARADIGM AND ITS IMPACT ON INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURE -- Introduction -- Structure and Dynamics of Industries: Some "Stylized Facts" and Long-Term Trends -- Size Distributions -- Sectoral Specificities
Number of Firms and Employment by Size Classes -- Industrial Concentration -- Size, Innovativeness and Efficiency -- Entry, Exit and Market Turbulence -- Some Conclusions: The Major Stylized Facts -- References -- Chapter 6:GOVERNANCE IN AND OF TECHNOECONOMIC PARADIGM SHIFTS: CONSIDERATIONS FOR AND FROM THE NANOTECHNOLOGY SURGE -- Task and Background -- Nanotechnology as a TEP -- NanoGov I -- NanoGov II -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 7:INNOVATION POLICY AND INCENTIVES STRUCTURE: LEARNING FROM THE MEXICAN CASE -- Introduction -- A Natural Resource-Based Strategy for the Development of Latin America -- Efforts to Build a New STI Strategy: The Mexican Case -- Recent Changes of the STI Policy -- Challenges -- Lessons from the Mexican Case -- Incentives Structure and Agents' Strategic Behaviour -- Features of Strategic Behaviour from Agents -- Incentives Structure and Social Norms -- Leadership, Governance and the Generation of Consensus -- Resources and Viability of the Strategy -- Final Reflections -- References -- Chapter 8:SCHUMPETER'S BUSINESS CYCLES AND TECHNO-ECONOMIC PARADIGMS -- Schumpeter, Walras and Keynes -- Schumpeter's Theory of Innovation and Entrepreneurship -- A New Theory of Innovation and Long Cycles -- References -- Chapter 9:ASIAN INNOVATION EXPERIENCES AND LATIN AMERICAN VISIONS: EXPLOITING SHIFTS IN TECHNOECONOMIC PARADIGMS -- Introduction -- Part 1: Patterns of Asian Innovation -- Asian Exploitation of the ICT Paradigm -- Broad Patterns of Catching Up in Asia -- East Asian Local Firms -- Southeast Asian TNC-led Growth -- Diversity and Innovation in Policy -- Part 2: The Fallacy of Policy Imitation -- Typical Policymaking Processes -- Part 3: Learning from Earlier Generations of Development Economists -- Part 4: LA Vision - A New Apparatus of Development Thinking for Latin America -- References
Chapter 10:DOING CAPITALISM: NOTES ON THE PRACTICE OF VENTURE CAPITALISM (REVISED AND EXTENDED) -- Preface -- Introduction -- What Capitalists Do: Four Views -- Braudel: -- Marx: -- Keynes: -- Schumpeter: -- What Venture Capitalists Do: One Experience -- Selection of Investment: -- Working with Entrepreneurs: -- Declaring Victory: -- References -- Chapter 11:SMALL STATES, INNOVATION AND TECHNO-ECONOMIC PARADIGMS -- Introduction -- New Challenges and Risks -- Techno-Economic Paradigm Shift -- The Washington Consensus -- Financial Instability -- References -- Chapter 12:FINANCIAL EXPERIMENTATION, TECHNOLOGICAL PARADIGM REVOLUTIONS AND FINANCIAL CRISES -- Minsky and Schumpeter -- Innovation for Market Competition or Regulatory Competition -- Competition for Retail Deposits -- The 1966 Credit Crunch and the End of Glass-Steagall -- Escape Abroad - Eurobanking -- The Thrift Crisis - a Crisis of Deregulation -- Computers and Innovation -- Deregulation and Disintermediation -- Financial Engineering -- The Changing Source of Bank Profits -- New Form of Bank Intermediation -- References -- Chapter 13:WHY THE NEW ECONOMY IS A LEARNING ECONOMY -- Foreword and Postscript -- Introduction -- Defining the New Economy -- ICT and Productivity Growth -- The Danish Experience -- The OECD Evidence of a New Economy -- Beyond the Hype? -- Keynesianism for Rich People? -- What About the US Success? -- Back to the Solow Paradox -- Europe's Next Step -- Employment Development in Static and Dynamic Firms -- The DISKO Data and the Distinction Between Static and Dynamic Firms -- Summing Up -- References -- Chapter 14:THE ART OF MACRO-QUALITATIVE MODELLING: AN EXPLORATION OF PEREZ' SEQUENCE MODEL OF GREAT SURGES -- Great Surges and their Four Phases -- Methodological Reflection in Early Twentieth-Century Economics
The Contextualist Framework and the Specificity of Macro-Qualitative Studies -- The Neoclassical Methodological 'Package' -- The Sequence Model as a Theoretical Model -- First Investigation - A Basic Context Based on Earlier Research -- Second Investigation - Isolations Yield Partial Reconstructions -- Third Investigation - Defining the Full Sequence Model -- Fourth Investigation - Reanalysing the One Case of Capitalism, With Reference to the Sequence Model -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 15:TECHNOLOGY, INSTITUTIONS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT -- Introduction -- Techno-Economic Paradigms, Social Technologies, and Institutions -- The Co-Evolution of Technologies and Institutions -- Concluding Remarks -- References -- Chapter 16:TECHNO-ECONOMIC PARADIGMS AND THE MIGRATION (RELOCATION) OF INDUSTRIES TO THE PERIPHERIES -- Introduction -- The First Kondratiev (1782-1845) -- The Second Kondratiev (1845-1892) -- The Third Kondratiev (1892-1948) -- The Fourth Kondratiev (1948-2000?) -- Theorizing Relocation -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 17:ON THE DISCREET CHARM OF THE (RENTIER) BOURGEOISIE: THE CONTRADICTORY NATURE OF THE INSTALLATION PERIOD OF A NEW TECHNO-ECONOMIC PARADIGM -- Introduction -- Income Polarization During the Period of 'Installation' of a New Techno-Economic Paradigm -- Two 'Post-Modern' Rent-Seeking Economic Laws that Emerged During the Period of 'Installation' of the Fifth Techno-Economic Paradigm -- The Increase of Public Sector Debt -- The Increase in Household Debt -- Income Polarization Leading to Greater 'Financialization' and Lower Levels of Saving, Investment and Productivity Growth -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 18:PRODUCTION-BASED ECONOMIC THEORY AND THE STAGES OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: FROM TACITUS TO CARLOTA PEREZ -- The Idea of Stages -- Stages, Postmodernity, and Harmony in Economic Theory
Anthropocentric Economics: Man and His Needs as the Core of Economics -- Stage Theories and Economic Development: An Overview Early Theories - from Cycles to Stages -- Friedrich List and Bruno Hildebrand - The First Modern Stage Theories (1840s) -- Richard Ely - The Main US Stage Theorist - and His Comparison of Stages (1903) -- Oppenheimer's Typology of Typologies -- Rostow's Non-Communist Manifesto (1960) -- Porter and the Possibility of Retrogression (1990) -- Techno-Economic Paradigms - Perez and Freeman (from 1983) -- Techno-Economic Stages and Geography -- Family Economy (Hauswirtschaft) -- Town Economy (Stadtwirtschaft) -- The Global Economy -- Income Distribution Issues in the Different Techno-Economic Stages -- Techno-Economic Stages: A Not So Optimistic View -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 19:CARLOTA PEREZ - HER BIOGRAPHY AND THE ORIGINS OF HER IDEAS -- Can the Time Lag in the Evolution of the State be Managed? -- What History Teaches Us -- The Return of the State -- Forging Ahead, Catching Up or Falling Behind? The Role of Institutions -- How Do Institutions Evolve When Industrial Revolutions Occur? -- Linking Evolution of the State and Evolution of Technology -- Can Public Management at the Present Time Help to Meet These Challenges? -- References -- NOTES -- Introduction: Carlota Perez and Evolutionary Economics -- Developing Innovation Capability: Meeting the Policy Challenge -- Slow Food, Slow Growth … Slow ICT: The Vision of Ambient Intelligence -- Technical Change and Structural Inequalities: Converging Approaches to Problems of Underdevelopment -- The New Techno-Economic Paradigm and its Impact on Industrial Structure -- Governance in and of Techno-Economic Paradigm Shifts: Considerations for and from the Nanotechnology Surge -- Innovation Policy and Incentives Structure: Learning from the Mexican Case
Asian Innovation Experiences and Latin American Visions: Exploiting Shifts in Techno-Economic Paradigms
'Techno-Economic Paradigms' presents a series of essays discussing one of the most interesting and talked-about socio-economic theories of our times: techno-economic paradigm shifts
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Drechsler, Wolfgang Techno-Economic Paradigms : Essays in Honour of Carlota Perez London : Anthem Press,c2009 9781843317852
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