Technological paradigms and innovation
In this brief lecture notes, we consider the concepts of technological
paradigm and technological trajectory introduced by Dosi in 1982 and we analyze the possible roles of firms in the innovation process according to the ”technology push" and ”demand pull" innovation models.
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