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|ISBN:||1843763311 9781843763314 1840649224 9781840649222|
|Description:||XII, 224 str. : graf. prikazi, tabele ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Contents: Preface by Chris Freeman Introduction: An Interpretation Part I: Technological Revolutions as Successive Great Surges of Development 1. The Turbulent Ending of the Twentieth Century 2. Technological Revolutions and Techno-Economic Paradigms 3. The Social Shaping of Technological Revolutions 4. The Propagation of Paradigms: Times of Installation, Times of Deployment 5. The Four Basic Phases of Each Surge of Development 6. Uneven Development and Time-Lags in Diffusion Part II: Technological Revolutions and the Changing Behavior of Financial Capital 7. Financial Capital and Production Capital 8. Maturity: Financial Capital Planting the Seeds of Turbulence at the End of the Previous Surge 9. Irruption: The Love Affair of Financial Capital with the Technological Revolution 10. Frenzy: Self-Sufficient Financial Capital Governing the Casino 11. The Turning Point: Rethinking, Regulation and Changeover 12. Synergy: Supporting the Expansion of the Paradigm Across the Productive Structure 13. The Changing Nature of Financial and Institutional Innovations Part III: The Recurring Sequence, its Causes and Implications 14. The Sequence and its Driving Forces 15. The Implications for Theory and Policy Epilogue: The World at the Turning Point Bibliography Index|
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