Caminhos do pensamento neo-schumpeteriano: para além das analogias biológicas [Recent directions of neo-Schumpeterian analysis: beyond biological analogy]
This paper aims at contributing to the discussion of the theoretical construction of the neo-Schumpeterian approach to technical and economic change. First, the fundamentals of this approach, based on analogies to evolutionary concepts of the biological sciences, are presented. Second, we show how neo-Schumpeterian thinking in recent literature has evolved beyond such analogies by integrating the concept of self-organization as the explanatory factor of the dynamic and evolving character of economic systems. Finally, some implications of the new perspective for the new-Schumpeterian research agenda are identified.
Volume (Year): 14 (2004)
Issue (Month): 2 (May-August)
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