Industrial Dynamics and Structural Change: A Framework for the Analysis of Sectoral Dynamics in a Set of Countries
In this paper, I present a framework for the comparative analysis of the national/regional dynamics of accumulation, technical change and employment from a (here, only sectorally) disaggregated point of view. It focuses on the characteristics of "dynamic variety" and is oriented to empirical apllications, some of which are reviewed. Dynamic variety across time will be treated as a manifestation of underlying structural change.
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