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Equilibrium, Epidemic and Catastrophe: Diffusion of Innovations with Network Effects

In: New Frontiers in the Economics of Innovation and New Technology

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  • Luís M.B. Cabral

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This outstanding collection provides a fitting tribute to the diversity and depth of Paul David’s contributions. The papers included range from simulation models of the evolution of market structure in the presence of innovation, through historical investigations of knowledge networks and empirical analysis of contemporary networks, to the analysis of the diffusion of innovations using simulation and analytic models and of the diffusion of knowledge using patent data.

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  • Luís M.B. Cabral, 2006. "Equilibrium, Epidemic and Catastrophe: Diffusion of Innovations with Network Effects," Chapters,in: New Frontiers in the Economics of Innovation and New Technology, chapter 15 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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