The Geography of Invention in High- and Low-Technology Industries: Evidence from the Second Industrial Revolution
Technological progress has long been widely recognized as a crucial source of economic growth. Many countries have, accordingly, devoted considerable resources to promote more rapid generation and diffusion of technology in their economies. Yet recent studies reveal a persistence of stark contrasts across countries and geographic space more generally, not only in productivity, but also in the generation of new technological knowledge. What accounts for these geographic disparities is not well understood.
Volume (Year): 66 (2006)
Issue (Month): 02 (June)
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