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The Invention of Technological Innovation

Languages, Discourses and Ideology in Historical Perspective

Benoît Godin

This timely book provides an intellectual and conceptual history of a key representation of innovation: technological innovation. Tracing the history of the discourses of scholars, practitioners and policy-makers, and exploring how and why innovation became defined as technological, Benoît Godin studies the emergence of the term, its meaning, and its transformation and use over time.
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Appendix 1: Publications from the MIT program on “The Economics of Technological Change”

Benoît Godin


1 Scoville’s work on technological change started as part of a joint project between the Committee on Research in Economic History of the Social Science Research Council chaired by Arthur H. Cole, and Maclaurin’s group.

2 Explorations in Entrepreneurial History was a series from the Research Center in Entrepreneurial History (1948–58), founded and directed by A. Cole of Harvard University.

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