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Coevolution, Emergence and Economic Development: Some Lessons from the Israeli and Mexican Experience

In: Handbook on the Economic Complexity of Technological Change

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  • Gabriela Dutrénit
  • Morris Teubal

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This comprehensive and innovative Handbook applies the tools of the economics of complexity to analyse the causes and effects of technological and structural change. It grafts the intuitions of the economics of complexity into the tradition of analysis based upon the Schumpeterian and Marshallian legacies.

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  • Gabriela Dutrénit & Morris Teubal, 2011. "Coevolution, Emergence and Economic Development: Some Lessons from the Israeli and Mexican Experience," Chapters,in: Handbook on the Economic Complexity of Technological Change, chapter 18 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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