Evolutionary Economics and Chaos Theory: New Directions in Technology Studies
L. A. Leydesdorff, Peter van den Besselaar, Peter Murray Allen
Pinter, 1994 - Chaotic behavior in systems - 215 pages
Ensayo sobre las repercusiones que en la evolución económica tienen las innovaciones tecnológicas.
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