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date: 10 July 2020

(p. xv) List of Boxes

(p. xv) List of Boxes

  1. 1.1 SPRU, Freeman, and the spread of innovation studies 3

  2. 1.2 The innovation theorist Joseph Schumpeter 6

  3. 1.3 What innovation is not: the linear model 8

  4. 1.4 What is high-tech? Pavitt's taxonomy 16

  5. 1.5 Industrial dynamics—an evolutionary interpretation 17

  6. 5.1 Burns and Stalker: mechanistic and organic structures 118

  7. 5.2 Japan: an example of organizational community model of learning 129

  8. 5.3 Silicon Valley: an example of professional team model of learning 130

  9. 5.4 Oticon: the rise and decline of the “spaghetti organization” 131

  10. 6.1 Bibliometric data 153

  11. 7.1 Systems of innovation—main terms used 182

  12. 9.1 Venture capital in comparative–historical perspective 251

  13. 10.1 International IP conventions 270

  14. 10.2 Trade-related aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) 275

  15. 11.1 Baden-Württemberg's regionally networked innovation system 301

  16. 11.2 US biotechnology clusters: entrepreneurial regional innovation systems 304

  17. 12.1 Asset exploiting, asset augmenting or both? 329

  18. 12.2 How innovation systems affect the internationalization of R&D 332

  19. 12.3 Host country effects: technology gaps, technological upgrading, and absorptive capacity 338

  20. 13.1 Technological diffusion in the first industrial revolution 353

  21. 13.2 Josiah Wedgwood and “modern” management in pottery fabrication 357

  22. 13.3 The foundation of R&D laboratories by Bayer and Du Pont 362

  23. 13.4 The Internet 370

  24. 15.1 Planetary science in the North Sea 410

  25. 15.2 What's so clever about a rubber tube? 413

  26. 17.1 The QWERTY controversy—diffusion with network externalities 463

  27. 18.1 Technological change and uncertainty 494

  28. 18.2 Evolution and the blind watchmaker 495

  29. 18.3 The “Jones critique” and semi-endogenous growth models 506

  30. 19.1 Organizational innovation in Japan 520

  31. (p. xvi)
  32. 19.2 The financial crisis in Korea 522

  33. 19.3 How to access foreign technology? The OEM system 533

  34. 19.4 A tale of two countries 537

  35. 21.1 Technology and unemployment: a classical debate 571

  36. 21.2 Evidence on innovation and employment 573

  37. 22.1 OECD and the evolving discourse around science, technology and innovations policy 603

  38. 22.2 The neoclassical economics of innovation policy 613

  39. 22.3 Innovation systems and innovation policy 617

  40. 22.4 Normative principles for design of STI policies 618