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Dosi's technological paradigms and trajectories: insights for economics and management

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Dosi ( 1982 ) has provided an eclectic framework which has for some time now been one of the core concepts in innovation studies. While it has been very influential in public policy, in management it remains underexploited. Many insights remain to be teased out of the framework which can help managers make better decisions. This article reflects on the far-reaching impact of Dosi's ideas and his role in the founding and development of Industrial and Corporate Change . Copyright 2008 , Oxford University Press.

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  • David J. Teece, 2008. "Dosi's technological paradigms and trajectories: insights for economics and management," Industrial and Corporate Change, Oxford University Press, vol. 17(3), pages 507-512, June.
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