The Role of Demand and Supply in the Generation and Diffusion of Technical Change
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- Thirtle, Colin, 1986. "The Production Function Approach to the Relationship Between Productivity Growth and R & D," Manchester Working Papers in Agricultural Economics 232791, University of Manchester, School of Economics, Agricultural Economics Department.
- Caswell, M. F. & Shoemaker, R. A., 1993. "Equilibrium Effects of Agricultural Technology Adoption: The Case of Induced Output Price Changes," Technical Bulletins 157047, United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service.
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KeywordsDemand and Price Analysis; Research and Development/Tech Change/Emerging Technologies;
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