The Governance of Complexity
Edited by Kurt Dopfer
This book focuses on the emerging field of evolutionary economic policy, highlighting the interface between the state, markets, and the evolutionary complexity of modern economies. The contributors explore the possibilities and limitations of governance, and provide a unique platform for the advancement of modern evolutionary economic theory.
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- Economics, Evolution and the State The Governance of Complexity
- Chapter 1: Heterogeneity and Evolutionary Change – Concepts and Measurement
- Chapter 2: Is the Notion of Progress Compatible with an Evolutionary View of the Economy?
- Chapter 3: Reconciling Evolutionary Economics with Liberalism
- Chapter 4: Historical Economics and Evolutionary Economic Policy – Coasean Perspectives
- Chapter 5: The Concept of Network Organisation – Biotechnology-based Industries as Exemplar
- Chapter 6: Sociodynamics – An Integrated Approach to Modelling in the Social Sciences
- Chapter 7: The Concept of Space in Trade – Some Evolutionary Basics
- Chapter 8: Economic Policy – A Process of Communication
- Chapter 9: Why Endogeneity is Not Enough to Explain Technological Change – A Critique of Paul Romer
- Chapter 10: Innovation and the Learning Policy Maker – An Evolutionary Approach Based on Historical Experience
- Chapter 11: The National German Innovation System – Its Development in Different Governmental and Territorial Structures
- Chapter 12: Emergence and Diffusion of Disastrous Innovations – A Case Study
- Chapter 13: Applying Evolutionary Economics to Public Policy – The Example of Competitive Federalism in the EU
- Chapter 14: Can Evolutionary Economics Make a Billion $ Difference for 60 Per Cent of the World’s Poor in Asia?
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