Southern primary exports, technological change and uneven development
Technological innovations for raw material-saving of rich nations, the North, can result in the development of their capital growth and can improve trade terms with poor nations, the South. These are the two important implications of technological development in the North. North's capital growth will be uneven in relation to their capital and output. One negative effect of this development is neglect of welfare measures in the process of long term development.
Publication Name: Cambridge Journal of Economics
Knowledge, capabilities, imagination and cooperation in business: introduction
Studies by Brian Loasby, Ulrich Witt and Geoffrey Hodgson all indicate the context of the firm as a promoter of technological innovation and draw on three intellectual traditions. These related intellectual traditions include the approach to corporate evolution and growth, the inter-firm variety of alternative technological paths or trajectories and the function of the firm as a tool for creating and organizing capabilities.
Publication Name: Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization
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