Evolutionary innovations: learning, entrepreneurship and the dynamics of the firm
This article discusses the three concepts of `learning', `entrepreneurship' and `dynamics of the firm' in order to bridge some of the gap between micro and macro levels of analysis in evolutionary economics. This article addresses the following four issues: 1) Localized learning dependent on the extent to which knowledge is individual vs. collective, 2) Entrepreneurship distributed in systems of innovation, 3) Entrepreneurs changing selection criteria, and 4) Rationality vs. uncertainty affecting the dynamics of firms.
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Volume (Year): 8 (1998)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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