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Micro-evidence for the dynamics of industrial evolution
|Statement||Jeong-Dong Lee and Almas Heshmati.|
|LC Classifications||HD9736.J32 L44 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007052751|
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The empirical evidence, the major stylized facts, the current explanations and the relevant unanswered questions concerning the dynamics and evolution of industrial structure are discussed in this. MICRO-EVIDENCE FOR THE DYNAMICS OF INDUSTRIAL EVOLUTION: THE CASE OF THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY IN JAPAN AND KOREA ALMAS HESHMATI AND JEONG-DONG LEE Chapter 4 vn Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Change of Industrial Structure: Importance of Micro Evidence Almas Heshmati and Jeong-Dong Lee Stylized Facts of Firm Dynamics in the.
2. Innovation and industrial dynamics: the building blocks. Since the late s, industrial dynamics has emerged as a major research area for industrial economists. Within the growing interest in industrial dynamics, innovation has been recognized as a key element affecting the dynamics and evolution of by: Get this from a library.
Micro-evidence for the dynamics of industrial evolution: the case of the manufacturing industry in Japan and Korea. [Almas Heshmati; Jeong-Dong Lee;] -- "Creation of firms with new ideas, their growth, and exit of inefficient ones constitute the essence of creative destruction which has been the engine of capitalist society.
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By combining formal evolutionary modelling with empirical evidence, she illustrates how the characteristics of innovative processes in different technological regimes influence market structure and dynamics."--Jacket.