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An evolutionist analysis of sectoral dynamics (In French)

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  • Marie-Claude BELIS-BERGOUIGNAN (GREThA UMR CNRS 5113)

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The purpose of this chapter is to highlight how evolutionary theory can provide an adequate framework for sectoral studies. It sets out the broad outlines of such an approach focusing on key concepts, while suggesting lines of interpretation of industrial dynamics. The concrete illustrations provided are seeking to show that these concepts are not ready-made tools within an applied industrial economy approach.

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Paper provided by Groupe de Recherche en Economie Théorique et Appliquée in its series Cahiers du GREThA with number 2009-18.

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Keywords: technological change ; innovation ; sectoral trajectories ; technological regimes ; sectoral innovation and production systems;

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