The Economic Theory of Invention and Innovation

The Economic Theory of Invention and Innovation

Elgar Research Reviews in Economics

Albert N. Link

This comprehensive research review discusses the classic articles in the economics of invention and innovation. It covers topics related to sources of inventive and innovative activity, including exogenous and endogenous innovation, with an emphasis on R&D activity and the diffusion of new techniques.

Review Article

Albert N. Link

Subjects: economics and finance, economics of innovation

This comprehensive research review discusses the classic articles in the economics of invention and innovation. It covers topics related to sources of inventive and innovative activity, including exogenous and endogenous innovation, with an emphasis on R&D activity and the diffusion of new techniques.

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