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" As long as they are not carried into practice, inventions are economically irrelevant. And to carry any improvement into effect is a task entirely different from the inventing of it, and a task, moreover, requiring entirely different kinds of aptitudes. "
Pioneers of Industrial Organization: How the Economics of Competition and ... - Página 212
editado por - 2007 - 352 páginas
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Technological Diffusion and the Computer Revolution: The UK Experience, Tema 25

Paul Stoneman - 1976 - 219 páginas
...from innovation and consider invention alone as technological progress. However, as Schumpeter states 'As long as they are not carried into practice, inventions are economically irrelevant' (Schumpeter [1934] p. 88) . Thus as far as the economy's development is concerned it is innovation...
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Judicial Entrepreneurship: The Role of the Judge in the Marketplace of Ideas

Wayne V. McIntosh, Cynthia L. Cates - 1997 - 129 páginas
...not necessarily its conception. As Schumpeter remarked in the context of private entrepreneurship, [t]o carry any improvement into effect is a task entirely different from the inventing of .t, and a task, moreover, requiring entirely different kinds of aptitudes. Although entrepreneurs of...
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Cycles, Growth and Structural Change: Theories and Empirical Evidence

Lionello F. Punzo - 2001 - 381 páginas
...processes of the economy. But, 'as long as they are not carried into practice', so says Schumpeter, 'inventions are economically irrelevant', and 'to...is a task entirely different from the inventing of it'.19 Denote then by C(/) the unit cost of potentially the best possible technology at time t and...
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Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Automobile Insurance: Samuel P. Black, Jr ...

Samuel Patton Black, John Paul Rossi - 2001 - 358 páginas
...entrepreneurship from invention. The two were very different functions, requiring different skills, and as "long as they are not carried into practice, inventions are economically irrelevant." The Theory of Economic Development, p. 88. 47. Schumpeter, Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy, pp....
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Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Culture: The Interaction Between Technology ...

Terrence E. Brown, J. M. Ulijn - 2004 - 255 páginas
...fulfil their function, more by 'authority', 'personal weight', and so forth than by original ideas. Economic leadership in particular must hence be distinguished...'invention'. As long as they are not carried into practise, inventions are economically irrelevant. And to carry any improvement into effect is a task...
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Innovativa processer: betänkande

Sverige Utredningen om innovativa processer - 2003 - 353 páginas
...Structure of Scientific Revolutions. Chicago: Universlty of Chicago Press. nöjda kunder. Han skriver: "Economic leadership in particular must hence be distinguished...'invention'. As long as they are not carried into practice, inventons are economically irrelevant. And to carry any improvement into effect is a task entirely...
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