Radical Innovation in Empirical Economics
Chapter 9: Economics of Innovation
Hereafter, this book has two main objectives. The first is to use some of the key ideas from the economics of innovation to suggest an outline strategy for those innovations required to improve our knowledge of empirical economics. The second is to turn that outline strategy into some specific proposals that will address the issues and problems discussed in Part I. In this, Part II of the book, I am concerned with the first objective, while Part III is concerned with the second
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