Technology and Economic Development: The Dynamics of Local, Regional and National Competitiveness
Since the publication of the first edition in 1991, Technology and Economic Development continues its strong tradition of providing an excellent coverage on the effects of technological change on economic growth and development. The text retains its international focus, together with a broad coverage of the activities which constitute technological innovation.
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