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Anja Schaefer, Andrew Coulson, Ken Green, Steve New and Jim Skea

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Edited by Rod Coombs, Ken Green, Albert Richards and Vivien Walsh

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Edited by Rod Coombs, Ken Green, Albert Richards and Vivien Walsh

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Rod Coombs, Ken Green, Albert Richards and Vivien Walsh

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Technology and the Market

Demand, Users and Innovation

Edited by Rod Coombs, Ken Green, Albert Richards and Vivien Walsh

The interplay between demand from the market, the role of users in shaping that demand, and the way in which these factors influence the innovation process has always been a complex one. This forward thinking book examines this interplay from a technological change perspective. The contributors explore the potential for rapprochement between economics, sociological and other social science disciplines in considering the allocation of resources and the making of decisions about technological change. The papers within this book represent a judicious blend of theory and empirical research and look at a broad range of innovations, markets and technologies in medicine, agricultural and food production, services and IT. Technology and the Market raises the question of the many ‘visible hands’ that are involved in linking technology and the market together.
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Halina Szejnwald Brown, Philip J. Vergragt, Ken Green and Luca Berchicci

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Boelie Elzen, Frank W. Geels, Ken Green and Peter S. Hofman

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Edited by Ken Green, Marcela Miozzo and Paul Dewick

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Technology, Knowledge and the Firm

Implications for Strategy and Industrial Change

Edited by Ken Green, Marcela Miozzo and Paul Dewick

There is a long-standing tradition of research that highlights the importance of differences in the organizational and technological capabilities of firms and their effect on economic performance. This book expands on this theme by exploring the role of knowledge and innovation in firm strategy and industrial change. Underlying the volume is the belief that firms have distinctive methods of operation and that these processes have a strong element of continuity.
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Edited by Boelie Elzen, Frank W. Geels and Ken Green