Technological Transitions and System Innovations

Technological Transitions and System Innovations

A Co-Evolutionary and Socio-Technical Analysis

Frank W. Geels

This important book addresses how long term and large scale shifts from one socio-technical system to another come about, using insights from evolutionary economics, sociology of technology and innovation studies. These major changes involve not just technological changes, but also changes in markets, regulation, culture, industrial networks and infrastructure.

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Frank W. Geels

Subjects: economics and finance, transport, environment, transport, innovation and technology, innovation policy, technology and ict, urban and regional studies, transport

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